The Man Who Will Come

The Man Who Will Come

A group of Italian villagers struggle to survive during a tumultuous time in 1943, debating how much assistance to give the partisans with the impending arrival of the Germans. Based on True Events.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:Italian,German,Latin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   italy,   priest,  

Winter 1943. Martina is small child, who stopped talking since the death of her infant brother some years before. She lives in a rural area of central Italy. Her mother is pregnant again ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Man Who Will Come torrent reviews

Mauricio M (mx) wrote: Una pelicula sobre como 2 adolescentes aprenden a vivir en un mundo adulto a traves de la guia de un experimentado profesor de ingles, versado en Antonio Machado y The Beatles. Probablemente le saquen mayor provechos los fanaticos de Lennon & McCArtney por las referencias permanentes a los 4 fantasticos de Liverpool.

Sutthirak P (de) wrote: I usually enjoy the tragedy but really couldn't stand all these mentally-ill characters in "Himizu." A post-tsunami Japanese film depicted the breaking points of human being and effects from bad families through young generation. The movie presented a lot of insanity which was hard to believe and made me wonder how many normal people are left there in Japan after the disaster.

Anthony W (us) wrote: A decent action film but the plot feels like it had a massive rewrite at some point.

Nermin S (ru) wrote: Suprisingly good, i can see how some people can compare this movie to the blair witch project, cause' it had a lot of similarities, but this one had much more gore which hits you towards the end of the movie...

Private U (kr) wrote: DO NOT SEE THIS MOVIE!!! Seriously, it sucked. The plot was cheesy and predictable, and it...just...urgh...don't watch it. It's a huge waste of an hour and a half of your life. Seriously.

Paul F (kr) wrote: this is a great doco, what do the words 'freedom of speech' actually mean, watch this movie and you'll be scratching your head too.

Harry W (it) wrote: Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story is an absolutely hilarious spin off of Family Guy and features an ambitious step towards a new wave of comedy for it's creators.Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story explores it's characters very well and bring the comedic tones of all of them straight to the surface in a great manner.

Sydney C (ca) wrote: One of the funniest black movies.

Jon C (gb) wrote: it's a step down from the fun, gory, scary 1st installmentbut Andrew Divoff's return as the Djinn makes the movie worth sitting throughthe effects seem very cheap here for some reason as the filmmakers intended which does disappoint, although they don't half-ass the gorestill, it's not the worst of the series, that's not til #3and of course #4 is still tolerablethis could have been the next great horror franchise but it just keeps limping sadly on it's own feet

Adrienne L (au) wrote: Madonna is a performer with the ability to be charming and very entertaining. She can also appear to be distant, bitter, unhappy, and kind of a bitch. You get plety of both. More than that you get interesting behind the scenes moments from her 1990 World Tour. The dancers are annoying.

David H (nl) wrote: This Movie is together a realistic View of the German Gay Scene, a much melodramatic Movie with real strong Feelings and disappointments and it shows again how heartless many German People are first Fox Lover and then the brilliant Last Scene when he is lying dead in the Subway when his "Friends" walk over and the one Say "I don't want anything to do with that" and Boys stole his Money

Ryan C (ca) wrote: One of the best American biopics to ever be captured on film with George C. Scott portraying Patton in this epic WWII movie about one of the best generals in American history.

Brian R (gb) wrote: An interesting cold war / spy / submarine movie, if you get past the 1960s style of overly long dramatic pauses and old-school special effects.