The Help

The Help

Aibileen Clark is a middle-aged African-American maid who has spent her life raising white children and has recently lost her only son; Minny Jackson is an African-American maid who has often offended her employers despite her family's struggles with money and her desperate need for jobs; and Eugenia "Skeeter" Phelan is a young white woman who has recently moved back home after graduating college to find out her childhood maid has mysteriously disappeared. These three stories intertwine to explain how life in Jackson, Mississippi revolves around "the help"; yet they are always kept at a certain distance because of racial lines.

The Help movie is adapted from the novel of the same name by Kathryn Stockett writer. Film provides us a holistic view of American society in the 1960s tại Jackson, Mississippi, where the day before race discrimination most clearly revealed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Help torrent reviews

Abigail B (gb) wrote: any horror movie lover will highly enjoy this one...

Marnie Z (jp) wrote: Kind of reminded me of Tales from the Crypt

Kevin M (de) wrote: as a father that would do exactly what bacon did and worse...I enjoyed it. that being said, there is not a lot of twists, plot development, or originality...and it won't change your life, but def give it a watch.

Eric S (fr) wrote: Quite a brilliant film that's been swept under the carpet for the most part. Dermot Mulroney turns in a fine portrayal as the coin-rolling "leader" of a group of teenage runaways doing what they can to survive living on the streets of Los Angeles. Drugs and prostitution pose as threats to most of the kids being that they seem to be the alternatives to them going back to live with their families, as well as the bureaucratic ideals that oppose this free- wheeling lifestyle which essentially fuels their need of being apart from what is considered to be the right way of going about their young existences. This film is worth seeing for the brilliant character work by Dermot Mulroney alone, but has a cast that delivers quality performances such as Sean Astin's effective portrayal of a drug addicted teen.

Stefanie C (ca) wrote: An askew world view ends on a hopeful note. Mastroianni and Depardieu didn't know what it was all about either.

Randy T (au) wrote: "Put a little versa into your vice..."A perverse cabaret that's interesting because it's strange.

Private U (br) wrote: I may be a little biased, being a teacher myself, but this movie speaks so loud and clear to everyone, regardless. Loved the metaphor at the end. Highly recommend!

Steve W (kr) wrote: A creepy sci fi with a nice tinge of horror. Cool special effects, and probably influenced John Carpenter and District 9.

Atheer O (jp) wrote: well made and engaging although the final scene choice is somewhat strange.

Matt H (es) wrote: A fun little odd movie. Having watched The Trip and The Trip to Italy recently after Land Ho!, it's impossible to not compare them. I've liked all three as lightweight fare.

Noel R (us) wrote: Communists + stylish noir + Richard Widmark = Grade A Film

Brad S (au) wrote: This is a very heavy film and it's slow at times, but an stellar cast saves it. James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain are great in this, and there's excellent supporting turn from William Hurt, Ciaran Hinds, Viola Davis, Isabelle Huppert and Bill Hader. It is worth a watch, you just have to be in the right mood for it.