The Happy Housewife
Lea is an immaculate 30-something wife whose husband’s job in real estate allows her an enviably glossy lifestyle. The word ‘emancipation’ simply isn't in her vocabulary and as long as the money rolls in, all is rosy. So, when Harry Jr. arrives, she is a little traumatized at having to swap canapés for nappies.
- Stars:Carice van Houten, Waldemar Torenstra, Martijn Nieuwerf, Marcel Hensema, Jaap Spijkers, Isis Cabolet, René van 't Hof, Maike Meijer, Rik Launspach, Bert Luppes, Matthijs van Nieuwkerk, Mara van Vlijmen, Eric van der Donk, Annemieke Bakker, Joke Tjalsma,
- Director:Antoinette Beumer,
- Writer:Marnie Blok (screenplay), Karin van Holst Pellekaan (screenplay), Heleen van Royen (novel)
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The Happy Housewife torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: I don't really like barbie that much. It's a bit girly thingy. But this movie was good.
(ca) wrote: Given the rather poor reviews, I avoided this movie till recently on cable. FInally happened to see it several weeks ago, and found it hilarious. Quite underrated in my opinion. There's several scenes approaching comedic genius, for instance when they're all trying to impress their new black boss with how 'down' they are with black people ('African and Americans' as Burgundy insists). The movie is set at a time when the media outlets began to become politically polarized, and it suggests Burgundy was the founding father of, ostensibly, FOX news.
(fr) wrote: I have seen better acting in a junior high Christmas program. There are a few "jump" moments, but overall this is a terrible movie. Waste of time.
(jp) wrote: this was just on tv.very emotional movie.
(it) wrote: A good movie that could have been great if not for mild incoherency in its middle segments.
(ag) wrote: Talaye Sorkh benefits from a nice central performance from Hossain Emadeddin, who carries the film well, and keeps the interest during the rather slower sections of the film.The political areas are covered ok, but the twist, which actually opens the film, throws the film off balance, and when the film try?s to run with that central scene and build around the reasons for it, and a political Israel story which although very realistic, does'nt quite all string together.
(mx) wrote: The whole film is disturbing but as a docu-porn, I get the point. The Love story part of it was pretty cute but the whole thing was a bit disturbing so just be prepared. I puked a little.
(gb) wrote: Interesting and different in the way it deals with self destruction but this film drags at times by todays standard of pacing a film.
(es) wrote: classic just classic.
(jp) wrote: The flying guillotine weapon was the only cool thing about this very overrated kung fu flick. Also known as 'The One Armed Boxer II".
(nl) wrote: This musical was very cute and funny. Not to mention the music was pretty good.
(mx) wrote: Meryl Streep is a genius. Heart breaking Holocaust movie.
(it) wrote: There's a limit to how much brutality I can take in a horror movie. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning goes WAY WAY WAYYYYYY past my tolerance. The movie is so cruel and heartless and brutal and gory and pointless it made me feel ashamed to be watching it. Like, this is supposed to be entertainment? Watching four innocent people get tortured for an hour and a half?
(gb) wrote: An impassioned New York union man comes to a small southern baptist town entirely dependent on the local textile mill for economic support, and convinces working girl Norma Rae to take up the fight for organized labour, much to the chagrin of the belligerent management. Sally Field is excellent as Norma Rae, finding just the right note of cultural authenticity without being exploitive or traipsing into melodrama. One could fault the screenplay for its one-sided depiction of complicated labour politics, presenting the workers as stalwart victims and the bosses as inhuman demons, when, in fact, there are complexities in the issues that go unexplored. But to have been so objective would have diminished the dramatic pull of the picture, turning it into a head-scratching mess. As it is, the film works quite well. Director Martin Ritt does a good job at evoking the noisy, sweaty, hostile environment of the factory floor with smart photography and sound design.