The Ladies

The Ladies

Filmed in a women's restroom in a park in Tehran, this film offers insights into the lives of women in Iran. The ladies' room enables the women to unveil themselves, both physically and psychologically. In a series of frank and intimate conversations, these women debate everything from drugs and family abuse, to sex, relationships and religion.

Various types of women, including prostitutes and vagrants, are interviewed as they hang out or seek refuge in a ladies' room beside a park in Teheran. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Ladies torrent reviews

Matt M (au) wrote: With Mister John, Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor establish themselves as unique visionaries in modern cinema. Their unique branch of hypnotic modern noir really comes through in the film, which unusually and enigmatically thrives on its avoidance of mystery to become mysterious. Yet the realism of the film is rendered beautiful and cinematic not only by the wonderful cinematography that really glorifies the greens and reds of the Singaporean landscape - and stand as a testimony as to why 35mm still looks best on the big screen - but also through dream sequences and the audience's subconscious perceptions of realistic actions and reactions in a traditionally cinematic way. Much can be said about the hypnotic pace of the film, as thankfully and rewardingly it takes its time in letting its story unravel. As well as that, the film features an amazing performance by Aiden Gillen whose interpretation shows a great connection with his lead character Gerry and makes his passivity seem magnetic, hence conveying Mister John's take on masculinity as a theme and as a preconception.

Alnissa S (it) wrote: Loved it. If like things that make you say" OUCH!!" this is the movie for you. Can't wait for the next one.

A C (it) wrote: I don't normally rate b-list films, but I have to say that there's "something" about this one. The plot is very predictable and even cheap and funny when it's not meant to be, and the excuse of making a low budget film doesn't apply anymore, since we have seen great films made with zero dollars. But, I have to say that having a bad direction and being capable of not only doing a good performance, but even growing as an actor, is a huge achievement. Well, Marc Blucas does it here. A terrible film-though a guilty pleasure-with terrible direction and something called cinematography that was hard to see here. But again, being very actor driven myself, I like when actors like Blucas grow and give decent performances in such bad conditions. Did I mention it is worth watching as a guilty pleasure? It really is...

Janne S (au) wrote: ?rimmisen onnistunut ja humaani kuvaus vaikeista ihmissuhteista. Liberaalien ja konservatiivisten ihmisten kohtaamisesta tietysti irtoaa monia herkullisia kohtauksia. Kaikki nyttelijt pistvt parastaan ja toiset onnistuvat jopa yllttmn.

Private U (us) wrote: Je veux epouser cette Chulpan Khamatova !!!!

Sonika S (es) wrote: Such a beautiful movie. I saw it so many years ago. It's just as good today as it was then. A movie about love lost and the strange ways in which life works at times. Very sad.

Adam W (it) wrote: Very dark film this and one of Quaids best roles. Definately worth checking out if you haven't heard of it.

David C (gb) wrote: It's no much to ask for a decent Seagal's action movie??

Charles S (ru) wrote: definition of a feelgood movie.... It's fun seeing Fishburn so young too

Doctor S (ru) wrote: Minimalist zombie apocalypse finds two teenage sisters and a trucker as possibly the last humans left alive after Earth's orbit passes through the tail of a comet. There aren't many 'comet zombies' on hand either so don't expect any "Dawn of the Dead" mayhem, this is more of a character study than action movie. The characters are what make it watchable as Rachel and Samantha aren't the brightest bulbs in the box and the script humorously captures the teenage mindset with unusual accuracy. They encounter some memorably creepy stockboys at a clothing store, and while the effects look cheap the deserted city locations give a real sense of dereliction.

Javier E (gb) wrote: Biografia de Karen Silkwood que fallecio en extranas circunstancias al buscar mejores condiciones de trabajo para sus companeros, en contra de la empresa para la que trabajaba. Meryl Streep, Kurt Russell y Cher rara vez han tenido mejores papeles despues de estos. Vale la pena, a pesar de que el final pudo ser mas arriesgado, no pierde su importancia. (texto intencionalmente sin acentos).

Stuart K (au) wrote: Directed by John Sturges (Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957), The Magnificent Seven (1960) and The Great Escape (1963)), this started out life as an abandoned treatment for Magnum Force, then it became a potential vehicle for Steve McQueen (hence the title), before it was given to John Wayne. It was his first cop film after years of westerns and war films. He does well in the role too, but he's looking a bit old for it, and he should have made this sooner. In Seattle, it begins when Detective Sgt. Stan Boyle (William Bryant), has been picking off police officers is himself shot in the back by someone he was working for. His partner Lon McHugh (Wayne), also known as McQ, is assigned to investigate, and it takes him to shipping businessman Manny Santiago (Al Lettieri), who has been known to deal drugs. But McQ's excessive force ends up with him being kicked off the police force, or rather, he resigns. So, he teams up with private detective "Pinky" Farrell (David Huddleston), and continues to investigate the web of deceit and lies that involves the police have been stealing drugs and swapping them with sugar, with Captain Edward Kosterman (Eddie Albert) wanting to keep McQ out of trouble. Even though it's all been seen before, Wayne proves to be a dab hand as a cop, and he should have started doing them sooner, this makes a good double bill with Brannigan (1975). This benefits from good cinematography by Harry Stradling Jr. and a soulful score by Elmer Bernstein.

Zach M (de) wrote: This was my first Pete Walker film and it was not that bad.A very simple thriller about a girl who has people trying to kill her.Susan George was good in her first film.It went by quickly and never really felt boring.Though I will be honest and say that I was expecting a little bit more out of this movie because I thought most of Pete Walker's movie were supposed to be exploitation films and this was a very basic thriller.

Akhil A (us) wrote: A great relief to eyes,brain and ears after all those 3 hour long groovy tunes to which we as a breed are accustomed to...!!! Although at times it looks over stretched but kudos to the attempt.

Sylvester E (jp) wrote: The reason it has this high of a rating is because of the nice and much better fight scenes than the first one had. The story was so-so and of course so was the acting. However it was entertaining and had very good choreography. Kane Kosugi, Scott Adkins and Tim Man are beasts in the martial arts world.

Bruce B (ag) wrote: Sounds really good, lol