The Golden Coach
A small town of Central America in the eighteenth century. Camilla, the star of a theater company, hesitates between three men. The Vice King gives her his magnificent golden coach. A young Spanish officer suggests the two of them settle down together among Indians. Ramon, a torero, offers her a share of his glory.
- Category:Action, Comedy, Drama, History, Romance
- Country:France, Italy
- Director:Jean Renoir,
- Writer:Jean Renoir (story and screenplay), Jack Kirkland (story and screenplay), Renzo Avanzo (story and screenplay), Giulio Macchi (story and screenplay), G
In Peru in the eighteenth century. Camilla, the star of a theater company, hesitates between three men. The Viceroy gives her his magnificent golden coach. A young Spanish officer suggests the two of them settle down together among Indians. Ramon, a torero, offers her a share of his glory. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Golden Coach torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Miyazaki restores my confidence that people who are on the edge of sanity are the type of people who make our world a brighter better place. This movie pulled so much emotion me. An amazing inspiring man and a story that needed to be told.
(de) wrote: MLPEG still has a message about the Magic of Friendship but I do actually think that we could've had more character in Sunset Shimmer but at least in Rainbow Rocksbwe get more character from her, but I do actually feel sorry for the Bronies who didn't like this that much.
(gb) wrote: Couldn't make it through to the end. I just don't like movies by Wes Anderson. Nothing makes sense to me. Everyone is like a cartoon and not a real person.
(jp) wrote: A great start of the series! Loved it!
(fr) wrote: STRANGE, yet compelling. I'm not certain what the Polish brothers were smoking when they wrote this, but it's a lovingly odd film.
(kr) wrote: What an engaging story for such a bizarre instrument. Could've used subtitles...it fades to credits after a 10-minute conversation in Russian that, I can only guess, brings the movie to a logical conclusion.
(gb) wrote: A great movie with composite characters based on the director's own documentary, Streetwise, about street kids in Seattle. Try to track that one down, too.Starbucks and Microsoft have left their mark, to be sure, but this, too, is Seattle. There's even a scene at The Lusty Lady.
(kr) wrote: It's no match for BORN FREE, but this tale of two California kids who team up with a friendly goat herder to rescue a cheetah from gamblers is good old-fashioned Disney fun. As expected, the cinematography of the African wilderness is beautiful and of course the title character, aptly named "Duma" (who doesn't turn up until about 15 minutes into the film), will capture your heart the moment you first set your eyes on her. There are shades of the aforementioned British lion story in this movie, particularly in the scenes where the kids attempt to train their household pet to become wild. But the real heart of the story is in their friendship with the native goat herder Morogo; the chemistry between them is funny and enjoyable to watch and one cannot help but root for them when they set off on their daring adventure to rescue their pet (even if it means purposely missing their flight home and lying to their parents to do so). CHEETAH will not go down as an all time great, but it's a pleasant way to spend 83 minutes, especially in the scenes involving the cheetah and the perils across Africa (particularly a brief elephant chase). And of course, the "Jumbo" song is catchy (listen carefully for a mention of "Hakuna matata!").
(jp) wrote: I had read a good review from Leonard Maltin, and got this from Blockbuster online--but I thought it was horribly dated and pretty darn corny/over the top. It was fascinating to see Sally Field and Jeff Bridges so young, though. And they did a pretty good job, considering the material. In the director's bit at the beginning of the DVD, Rafelson said this was Field's first "adult" role. She was a hottie!
(br) wrote: One thing after all the incarnations of James Bond have come and gone, this is still the standard that every installment should live up to. Sean Connery's Bond is smooth and suave yet efficient, and immediately takes hold of the situation at hand. And you know that the bad girls are always the best one, which is why we truly love Pussy Galore. It all ends up ramping up due to Guy Hamilton's direction, wonderfully blending action/adventure, double entendres, and a wry sense of humor about it. There's a reason why it's classic and definitive, and it's all because it's the spy film done coolly.
(au) wrote: I just watched this movie for the first time and this was a fantastic movie and not that far out of the real of possiblities. Douglas and expecially Lancaster were awesome.