The Holy Innocents

The Holy Innocents

Somewhere in the spanish country, in the 60s. Paco and his wife Régula are very poor. They work as tenant farmers for a very wealthy landowner. They have 3 children. One is backward. The others can not got to school because the master "needs" their work. When Regula's brother is fired from where he has worked for 61 years, he settles down at their little place... An attack against the archaism of the spanish country of the 60s.

Spain, 1960's. People from a very poor family work in the country, at the service of a rich family of landowners... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brandon W (fr) wrote: When I read the premise of Electrick Children, I had to look at it again to make sure I wasn't reading it right, which I did read it right and find it surprising that it's not a comedy film, but a drama movie. So when I watch it with some mixed feelings at first, Electrick Children is better than I expected that is great for the first time film from director/writer Rebecca Thomas. The acting is really great, especially Julia Garner who gives a memorable performance. The soundtrack is really good, which one of the songs sounded similar to the trailer for the remake of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo which also sound strangely fitting to this film. The characters are entertaining to watch, and swing a Mormon's daughter go to a place that she finds unfamiliar is really interesting, something that I've never seen before, and I was curious to see were she was going to next. There are some funny moments, and the film is interesting with some good twists. Electrick Children is a really great film that I'm sure that it's going to have a cult following in the future.

Robert D (ru) wrote: This low-budget one hour Canadian film will appeal to fans of badly dubbed Kung Fu movies, Nazis, video games, demons, cyborgs, rubber masks and trashy action movies from the 80sit even has love. Manborg is intentionally bad, and while that could have backfired on director Steven Kostanski, it succeeds on what it sets out to do " It(TM)s lovable trashy fun.

Nandita A (br) wrote: Salmaan looked Hot....Nice One...Liked it...!

Brian C (de) wrote: A group of ghost hunting documentarians spend the night in a haunted building, and get killed off one by one. The police review the footage that they shot in hopes of figuring out who did it, and why.The answers come, but to be honest it doesn't really matter. Dead of the Nite is boring and involving. The characters are just sort of there. The killer has an interesting motive, which was rather surprising considering the narrative.Tony Todd hams it up and steals every scene he is in, but sadly he couldn't save this one.

Jared J (kr) wrote: ok movie mostly just a one time one watch kind of deal

Tiberio S (gb) wrote: Lots and lots of complaining. We see what Wal-Mart does, but the filmmakers are not nearly interested enough in the global conspiratorial aspect which makes Wal-Mart a monster against the world, not just small communities. This film gets 3 stars for giving attention to the problem. But do not be radicalized by this documentary and suddenly become a Target supporter just because Wal-Mart has bad light cast under it. The global practices of these multinational corporations, and their so-called method of 'trade,' is what really ought to interest you. Research that and you'll find this film very small and irrelevant.

Akshay M (ca) wrote: The most impressive, depressive and realistic dramatic movie about world war 2. Bruno ganz provides an outstanding performance as adolf Hitler (one of the best portrayed performance). Downfall was breathtaking in every way. Specially the overall realistic look in the movie.

Shaun B (es) wrote: Excellent Belgium film that tackles a universal sticky subject for any 1st World and 2nd World countries....illegal immigration. It takes a look at the moral quandry through the eyes of a young teenager who helps his father in the enterprise of bringing in and housing and getting illegals to work in the country. Police investigators are a problem, accidents are problems, and young sons who have a sense of responsibility for human decency along with a strong family bond along with a Dogme 95 like direction style (more along the lines of handheld camera action with extreme close-ups and a natural style of bringing you into the "action") equals an excellent film with an ending that doesn't quite sit well with this reviewer b/c it slightly stumps me. Maybe I got lost in the translation here, I have a feeling as to why it ends in the manner it does but it's still a bit of a headscratcher b/c nothing is said as the characters walk away from the screen saying nothing.

Lavinia S (br) wrote: Film che non avevo mai visto per spregio. Male, perch poi ne sono rimasta affascinatissima, tant' che ora Salvatores uno dei miei preferiti.Non so dire se l'Oscar come migliore film straniero se lo sia meritato o meno, sta di fatto che l'ha preso e a me piaciuto.

Kevin R (gb) wrote: The idiot will drone on and on.Julien Tavernier seems to have life set. He is a successful business man, is banging a hot married woman on the side, and is making plenty of money. One day the husband of the woman Julien is sleeping with starts getting wise to their activity and Julien kills him and disposes of the body; unfortunately, murder can be more challenging than a business transaction and life is flipped upside down for Julien."Is this a joke? It's not a joke?"Louis Malle, director of May Fools, Damage, Alamo Bay, Crackers, The Thief of Paris, The Lovers, Black Moon, and My Dinner with Andre, delivers Elevator to the Gallows. The storyline for this picture is kind of slow and methodical with some thriller elements sprinkled in here and there. The acting is okay and the cast includes Jeanne Moreau, Maurice Ronet, and Georges Poujouly."Don't sneer at war. It's your bread and butter."I recently came across this on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and decided to give it a shot so I DVR'd it. I recently watched this and felt it was a bit bland, just okay, and not very...thrilling. There is a nice conclusion here; but other than that, I'd probably skip this. "It's the same man...I'm telling you!"Grade: C

Rift S (gb) wrote: The worst in the series. The nightmares suck, Freddy's awful, theirs no creepiness in the whole damn thing and the story and cast are horrendous.

Ben M (kr) wrote: Need for Speed is a movie which tries to take the charm that the Fast and Furious franchise brings to cinema. However, with a plot that is nothing more than predictable and characters who are trying too hard to be funny this ultimately fails.

Dann M (ag) wrote: "You hear a phone ring and it could be anybody. But a ringing phone has to be answered, doesn't it?" Extremely intense and suspenseful, Phone Booth is a gripping psychological thriller from director Joel Schumacher. When a publicist named Stu Shepard answers a random call while in a phone booth he's taken hostage by a sharpshooter who's intent on forcing him to come clean of the lies he tells. Colin Farrell and Kiefer Sutherland both give excellent performances that are really powerful; particularly Sutherland, who brings a real malevolence and sinister edge to his character. And Schumacher uses an interesting directing style with split screens and picture-in-picture that creates an immersive experience. Incredibly gritty and provocative, Phone Booth is an exciting film that's extraordinarily compelling.

Daniel C (nl) wrote: In this, Spielberg demonstrates his aptidue for filmmaking, crafting narratives, and exploring deep themes.

Jonathan C (jp) wrote: A Halloween movie based around all things Halloween. Four spooky story lines converge on a Halloween night in Anytown, USA. Best Halloween movie ever!