The Little Match Girl
On a cold New Year's Eve, a poor girl tries to sell matches in the street. She is freezing badly, but she is afraid to go home because her father will beat her for not selling any matches. She takes shelter in a nook and lights the matches to warm herself. In their glow, she sees several lovely visions including a Christmas tree and a holiday feast. The girl looks skyward, sees a shooting star, and remembers her deceased grandmother saying that such a falling star means someone died and is going into Heaven. As she lights her next match, she sees a vision of her grandmother, the only person to have treated her with love and kindness. She strikes one match after another to keep the vision of her grandmother nearby for as long as she can. The child dies and her grandmother carries her soul to Heaven. The next morning, passers-by find the dead child in the nook.
An impoverished girl tries to sell matches on NYE. Shivering with cold and unable to sell her wares, she sits in a sheltered nook. Striking a match to keep warm, she sees things in the flame. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Little Match Girl torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Almost a perfect movie! I loved every second of this film. Taika Waititi's movies keep getting better and better. This is a movie about a boy who is fostered out to a married couple, Aunt Bella and Uncle Hec. For the first time in young Ricky's life, he feels like he has a home and it's so sweet to watch his interactions with his foster family change. After tragedy strikes, Ricky and Hec go on the run from ninjas, cops and the foster care agency. Shenanigans ensue.This is such a unique, sweet, touching, funny movie! Cannot recommend it enough.
(ca) wrote: Lacks the power of "Sucker Free City" or "Crooklyn", but is not unrewarding.
(it) wrote: I believe this is a my first Ken Loach film, but even before this, when hearing upon his techniques of withholding certain key moments in the script so the actors' reactions feel more natural, filming everything in order so the actors experience everything as they would in real life, infusing social commentary involving the working class in his films, naturalistic acting, etc. I'm definitely a fan of that and this movie I think succeeds in doing that, I found the acting in the film to be completely natural and organic, almost as if he just decided to let the actors shoot the shit and just act as they would if they really hanging out. It really helps the story feel more authentic and natural, there's only few parts of the film that feel truly scripted, and that's when the group are about to take the whiskey from the cask. I thought it got a little too silly for my own tastes, considering what the film had been. I didn't really have a problem with it, as the film is really well-made and the acting is really good, but it felt like something out of a completely different movie. But I found the story to be really good and surprisingly touching, it's easy to root for Robbie as he's very much trying to make a change in his life in order to give his son a different life to his own. The social commentary comes in the treatment of people that have already served their time and the prejudices they face when trying to integrate themselves back into the community or the hardships they face when applying for jobs. And in most cases, the crimes these people commit are relatively minor. So, in a way, it's an indictment on the system that incarcerates you in order to get you to rehabilitate yourself, but will discriminate you even if you've really made a change. The process of distilling is certainly very metaphoric for the changes the characters are trying to make. So I really liked this movie, strong story and believable acting make this a very good movie.
(gb) wrote: NO CLOSED CAPTAIN THEN UNFAIR, I am deaf!
(es) wrote: I want to see this movie but unfortunately Ican't :( :( :(
(ag) wrote: Very gory, and not original. If your in the mood for a bloody gore fest, this is the movie for you.
(kr) wrote: Robert Patrick is the only redeeming quality in another unnecessary sequel.
(ag) wrote: Such a good movie! Why the bad revieuws!
(ag) wrote: absolutely quintessentially mexico. impressive, so impressive.
(es) wrote: I looove this movie and I can't find it anywhere :'(
(br) wrote: It's set in a toilet factory, nuff said.
(it) wrote: The inevitable sequel to a great first entry. Doesn't quite live up to the first, but not a bad second attempt.
(fr) wrote: Decent enough biblical film. Gregory Peck does a memorable performance as David. To enjoy this film you either have to be christian or a movie geek.
(au) wrote: I liked Ingrid in this film. I like Ingrid in MOST films. Everything else was just for period "gravy". The four boys eventually go off to WW1 and they are SO jingoistic...unbelieveable...even AFTER they came back from the war...but...well, anyway. There is a scheming woman in this...and it's just funny how much everyone's eyes GLEAM in anger or GLEAM in despair, etc. It was a sweet movie, but not super-super interesting...
(jp) wrote: Recently separated voice actor goes drag to be close to his kids in this predictable guy in dress comedy.
(de) wrote: DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE. sorry to spoil, but the trailer is pretty self explanatory. This film is nothing but a ever building stream of sexual tension between people who really should not be having such feelings. And when this sexual tension comes to its predictable end you, the viewer, are left in your own pit of disgust. not only at the characters but at yourself, because after 1hr and 30 min of sexual tension you want it to happen. and when it does its the most traumatizing thing. because you blame yourself. for wanting it to happen. That my be some very clever film making, but i think all who went into making this film need extensive psycho analysis. All i wanted was a nice matt smith film. now i am scared for life.