The Goddess of 1967
A rich young Japanese man (Rikiya Kurokawa) travels to Australia with the intention of buying a Citroën DS car (the goddess of the film's title - nicknamed the Déesse, after its initials in French, déesse being French for "goddess") that he has found for sale on the net. Once there things do not quite go to plan and he ends up on a road journey with a blind girl (Rose Byrne).
- Stars:Arlindo Barreto, Sérgio Boldrin, Rose Byrne, Rikiya Kurokawa, Nicholas Hope, Elise McCredie, Tim Richards, Bree Beadman, Satya Gumbert, Tina Bursill, Dominic Condon, Tim McGarry, John Boxer, Harry Lawrence, Masao Ishiguro, Stephanie Daniel, Jean-Pierre Mignon,
- Director:Clara Law,
- Writer:Eddie Ling-Ching Fong, Clara Law
"Goddess" stands for French "Déesse", the nickname of Citroën DS, the name of a famous car designed in the fifties. A young and well-situated Japanese man is dreaming of such a car, and one... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Goddess of 1967 torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: "ABCs of Death 2" may be better than its predecessor, but it still has many of the mistakes that plagued the first. Its primary problem is that nearly all of the 26 directors felt they either had to make some sort of political/societal statement or tried to be overly intelligent and complex in the short time they were given. Many of the segments don't work and some are just painful to watch, but the ones that do work make this worth a watch, maybe, I don't know.... how do you review 26 movies at once? I'll just end with this: someone thought that gathering 26 filmmakers with different cinematic visions to come together on 1 anthology horror film would be a good idea... and that person's insane.
(ru) wrote: The Worst Caper Film...
(fr) wrote: Beating you over the head worse than a Superfriends episode.
(ag) wrote: Pretty much an extended episode and as such sufferes from being drawn out a little too far.
(jp) wrote: My Mom Kelli Krajci, One Of Her Two Animals Wilma Flintstone Who's A Lemur And Ms. Carmen Saw This Movie At Classic Cinemas In Woodstock, IL Back In 2008, Ms. Sindelar Enjoyed This Movie, Aunt Nicki Saw This Movie With A Girlfriend.
(mx) wrote: i love winnie the pooh he is sooo cute
(it) wrote: A gently funny and uplifting meditation on the power of celluloid film as opposed to video. (Little did Wim Wenders know how CGI would come along and murder the life and soul out of cinema.)
(mx) wrote: Strange, murky, poorly-voiced animation. Adults only, but even they'll be lost. And bored.
(mx) wrote: oooo wana c this....just cuz it has andrew mccarthy in it lol xx
(br) wrote: it is pointless but it's funny! :D
(us) wrote: the quintessential gay film of the 70's
(jp) wrote: If I could make a zero, I would. Annabelle is the most disappointing film in ages. The fact that this rubbish film, ridden with cliches, holes, and complete lack of fundamentals is getting a sequel is a travesty.It only made money by piggy backing off James Wan's name (people assumed he directed it. I wish he had) and the Conjuring. I feel for it myself, as I adore the Conjuring, and the Annabelle story seemed like a sure fire win. Unfortunately it not only shot blanks, but backfired in the process, causing injury on top of insult.If you're one of the lucky that didn't waste precious time or money on this garbage, STAY AWAY! Pure Trash and failure.
(ru) wrote: I love this movie. solara is a weak character, but a great bad guy (gary oldman), and Denzel is awesome. critics missed this one.