The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne

The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne

A penniless middle-aged spinster scrapes by giving piano lessons in the Dublin of the 1950s. She makes a sad last bid for love with a fellow resident of her rundown boarding house, who imagines she has the money to bankroll the business he hopes to open.

She falls in love with a broken down former NYC hotel doorman, who tells Judith vaguely that he was in the hotel business. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne torrent reviews

Daniel R (br) wrote: amazing movie brought tears to my eyes and goosebumps to my skin.

Pierluigi P (gb) wrote: This band's story is a hopeful and endearing rock fable that touches the heart of many, even non metal fans like myself. Robb and Lips are two dedicated artists who never had the recognition they deserved.

Aaron S (gb) wrote: A Chicago Puerto Rican entry in the "family gathers for a holiday and simmering tensions/ drama rise to the surface" genre. It features plenty of scenes of self-consciously ethnic banter, tables covered with home-cooked food, and dancing/ singing along with old songs. Nice performances elevate a mostly by-the-numbers storyline.

L D (es) wrote: I think that everything that a Tintin fan could want has been crammed into this movie. Not added... Crammed... That is perhaps the only issue, but it is a large one...

Andrew K (ca) wrote: Good story but not gripping and the characters lacked depth. Emily Watson and Sophie Nelisse were brilliant.

WS W (ru) wrote: Feeling very new when the film began but soon turns out to be very formulaic when it goes on, especially for the musical numbers. Though, the story itself still kinda amusing.

Vanessa C (ca) wrote: So ahead of it's time!

Carlos Z (kr) wrote: Action flick with a message.

Freddie K (de) wrote: It's admittedly cringe-worthy at times through a rehashed message on the importance of Christmas spirit, but that is completely mauled over by the unstoppable tide of hilariously crafted charcters. Perfectly encapsulating a locked -antlers family over the Christmas holidays...this is probably my favourite Christmas movie, and with an overly clichd message, that's quite the achievement.

Justin B (ru) wrote: A spinoff of one of Disney's already weaker efforts. Rigidly formulaic with just enough colours and wacky voices to entertain the younger audiences.

Drew R (ca) wrote: Mary Winstead + Serious Topic + Great script = Yum. Drags a bit in the middle.