The Grass Harp

The Grass Harp

Based on the novel by Truman Capote, this often-witty coming-of-age drama looks at a young man growing up with an unusual family in the Deep South in the 1940s.

After his mother's death, Collin Fenwick goes to live with his father's cousins, the wealthy, avaricious, and controlling Verena Talbo, and her compliant, earthy sister Dolly. When a city ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Grass Harp torrent reviews

Mathue E (br) wrote: stupid movie, with good potential. what the hell?

Erik N (jp) wrote: Absolutely phenomenal sound design and powerful use of metaphorical storytelling.

Oscar T (ag) wrote: Como puede ser que un relato corto de para 8 entregas? D: Fuck this shit!

Martin G (it) wrote: L'usage d'acteurs non professionels est un choix plutt efficace pour le film. L'histoire, bien que basique (une bande de jeunes dans un bus) reste tout de mme intressante jusqu' la fin sans qu'on s'ennuis trops. Original

Danny C (nl) wrote: A bunch of whining kids attempting to justify theft as "sharing." Apparently pirating others' property is OK because it is so easy. The documentary does present their position and their ridiculous views quite well.

Sarah G (de) wrote: Behind every great man is a strong woman. I'd been waiting to see this and it was sooo good. Totally what I had expected. This is an excellent historical drama/romance. It was stunning to get a glimpse at Keats passion for life, for writing, and to see how he was not only driven by these passions, but by his love for Fanny. The forbidden love is bittersweet, and Fanny sacrifices everything for him. The ending where he goes to Italy too late is so sad it made me cry. I liked this even better than The Accompanist.

Amber O (es) wrote: Story is sort of interesting, but the casting/acting was terrible. They just through me out of this story. It's too bad because the story had a lot of potential.

Aaron C (es) wrote: Good, but borderline tedious iin comparison to the Cremaster Cycle.

John A (es) wrote: Great TV Movie Which Charters Rock Legend Meat Loaf's Life From His Childhood To The Success Of Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell. W. Earl Brown's Performance Is Great, & He Does Look Very Similar To The Legend In Some Scenes. Great Story, Interesting Script, One Very Decent TV Movie.

limor c (es) wrote: where i can see thes move?

Yousef S (br) wrote: I loved it! "Rowdy" Roddy Piper was made for this role esp. his manhood, which did not make an appearance on camera, but certainly was a main player when it came to repopulating the world after Nuclear Holocaust. Lots of action, steamy sex scenes, good humor and plenty of ovulating. If you're interested in post-apocalyptic films, but don't want to feel depressed afterwards then this is the film for you.

Graham M (us) wrote: Extremely 80s zombie apocalypse film in which the zombies are completely inconsequential.

Abhishek S (au) wrote: "Do you expect me to talk? No Mr Bond I expect you to die!"... AWESOME!

Kevin N (it) wrote: A sleek Yakuza film that begins like a dream but swiftly reveals itself as a nightmare. It is a movie about a yakuza recently released from jail named Murakami (played with practiced badassery by Ryo Ikebe) who finds himself first immediately drawn back into the world of underground, big-stakes gambling and then hypnotized by a sexy reckless gambler played by Mariko Kaga, named Saeko (sound that out; in English it's quite appropriate). Murakami is a man who takes himself very seriously, one who likes to be in control and considers himself quite capable of handling his surroundings, but there is something about these two vices- first gambling, and then this woman- that draw him to their spontaneity, their danger. The film works because of Ikebe's textured performance, one that starts out looking like a typical piece of gangster nihilism but which quickly becomes something desperate and weak; Ikebe keeps his character under veils during the first act and then unleashes a performance that emphasizes the character's limits and fears. As Murakami is sucked down a hole of chance and violence, he finds himself overwhelmed and approaching the point of no return, and the film's last act, which focuses on him trying to swim back upstream, is riveting. The best part of the film is its visuals. Shot by Masao Kosugi, the cinematography has the grace of Kubrick's early work and the invasive visual violence of some of the best noir films ever made. Each shot is full of thick artistry; the visuals are almost distractingly beautiful.

Nicholas L (fr) wrote: The movie is very intense and extremely suspenseful even if it's premise is ridiculous and the military protocols lack authenticity, especially the part about a dog being allowed on a submarine.

Adam R (kr) wrote: (First and only viewing - 4/11/2010)

Michael A (kr) wrote: Fantastic extensive documentary about the Reggae maestro who preached peace and was stricken down by cancer at too young an age.