The Mouth of the Wolf

The story of a criminal Vincenzo and his transsexual lover Mary, who waited for him for many years while he served his prison sentence.

Mary Monaco and Vincenzo Motta star. But as he combs the seaside town for hints of his past, he finds solace in the arms of Mary, his faithful lover and a transsexual who embodies the mysterious allure of Genoa itself. Pietro Marcello directs this genre-defying Italian docudrama that follows mustachioed ex-con Enzo as he returns to Genoa after a long stint in prison, only to find that the city he once loved has changed almost beyond recognition

The Mouth of the Wolf is a funny movie of N/A. The released year of this movie is 2009. There are many actors in this movies torrent, for example Vincenzo Motta, Mary Monaco, Franco Leo, Stefano Carappa, Anna Massa, Antonio Micheletti, Andrea Cambi, Adriano Rossi, Sara Trombetti, Michela Jugovich, Domenico Fertini, Claudio Coppola, Roberto Polloni, Anita Lee, Ursula Salvo. There are many categories, such as Romance. The rating is 6.9 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie torrents. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

The Mouth of the Wolf torrents

The Mouth of the Wolf full movie

The Mouth of the Wolf 2009 torrent

The Mouth of the Wolf torrent, The Mouth of the Wolf movie torrents, download The Mouth of the Wolf full movie, The Mouth of the Wolf 2009 torrents, download The Mouth of the Wolf 2009 torrents, watch The Mouth of the Wolf movie, The Mouth of the Wolf englishsub, free download The Mouth of the Wolf movie, movie The Mouth of the Wolf torrent

Links Name Quality Seeders Leechers Size
Download   La Bocca Del Lupo (Pietro Marcello, 2009) Other 32 47 1.07 GB

Users reviews

Eric T (au)

Also, lots of adult themes and racism. Pretty cool

Hani H (mx)

is not even worth to be seen on DVD, waste of time. . . . it is a very stupid movie, they were trying to make a good psychic movie, but they failed badly

Igor A (fr)

. . Rezija: Francis Ford Coppola ; Igraat: Tim Roth i Bruno Ganz ; Moze li nekoj sto go gledal filmov da mi go objasni, posto nisto ne razbrav

Masoud T (de)

While the story holds your attention for the majority of the film's 110 minute run, it never fully delivers, and leaves you dissatisfied with the conclusion

Michael C (us)

Very funny, but is best for hardcore Monty Python fans

Michael T (ru)

It may be too slow for some, but its a nice change of pace from the usual Giallo mode. The hero's paranoia is heightened by the fact that he is a foreign journalist operating in a Stalinist police state. Director Aldo Lado keeps the viewer on the edge of the seat by implied threats and unseen conspirators. Unusual for a Giallo, there is no black-gloved killer nor a lot of bloody murders. His girlfriend (Barbara Bach) disappeared and his investigation was stymied by both the servants of the Marxist-Leninist state (this film was released just three years after the Prague Spring was crushed by Soviet tanks, and 18 years before the collapse of the Berlin Wall, when the Cold War was still going strong) and by a mysterious conspiracy of depravity. The journalist then remembers the series of events that led to him lying on a slab in a Czechoslovakian morgue. He's not, he is actually alive and trapped inside his supposedly dead body. French actor, Jean Sorel, plays an American journalist who is found lying in a Prague plaza and is thought to be dead. This one was in my Anchor Bay Giallo boxed set of DVDs which I picked up on sale a few years back

Phillip D (gb)

Blades of Glory is predictable and pretty dang funny at that

Robert B (es)

** 1/2. (Seeing Venkatesh have a Mark Borchardt-style explosion? That woulda made this movie. But he could have trod a lot closer to the line. I should give Smith points for not turning this into a morass of message. There's a fine line to be drawn there, and I am certainly one who would advocate erring on the side of caution. This is understandable (after all, the underlying meaning of the caste system has always been let's keep those lower-class thugs away from our nubile daughters?), but it seems to me an outsider"an American film director, say"would be more inclined to be bold about his subject, not less. The movie almost seems paralyzed by the boldness of its subject matter at times. This may be why I got that tacked-on? feeling for the last hour; the setup for the romantic subplot becoming the main plot of the movie was there, obviously, but it wasn't there enough, if you get my meaning. It is too gentle. The biggest problem with the movie, though, I alluded to in my opening paragraph. I'm not necessarily saying this is a bad thing; those who are used to Bollywood films, however, might get a sense of disjunct. But The Pool is staunchly American, from the ninety-eight minute running time (in Bollywood, that's a short!) to the lack of cast-of-thousands song-and-dance numbers to the indie feel of the whole thing. I could be wrong, but it seemed to me that Smith was looking to make a Bollywood-style film here, and I'm all for Western directors heading over to India and learning Bollywood methods of moviemaking, if for no other reason because we might start seeing the return of the three-hour American film. ) There were also some other Bollywood touches that were missing. But the other part says that's pretty cool?, you know? (I know it's all manipulation, but at least that allows me to choose whether I succumb to it. That said, I have fought revising the rating for this movie up a star for the now-well-worn trope of using amateurs for movies aimed at the art-house set (a la Cidade de Deus, which brought the trope back into the popular consciousness); I enjoyed the acting here, and the rational part of my brain knows it doesn't matter how much prior experience the actors had. The Pool hits that point after about thirty minutes; one more screenplay revision could probably have fixed it. I've always seen this as a major drawback, because everything else in the movie feels tacked on. There comes a point in some movies where you ask yourself, okay, so the main point is resolved, what's next??. Kind of. Who is, of course, hot, and thus Venkatesh's pool obsession gets transferred. There's also a daughter, Ayesha (Ayesha Mohan). Dad (Ghost House's Nana Patekar, the only actor here with prior experience), a gruff-but-tender sort, notices Venkatesh, and hires him to do odd jobs around the grounds. Or part of it, anyway. He goes and stares longingly at the pool every day, and life goes on, until one day the family who owns the house shows up. All we know of his life outside the world of the hotel is that he has a much younger friend named Jhangir (Jhangir Badshah)"at one point Venkatesh claims to be eighteen and Jhangar eleven (though Jhangar states that Venkatesh doesn't know his actual birthday, and thus doesn't know how old he is)"and that Venkatesh is obsessed with the idea of swimming in a pool at a summer house in one of Goa's nicer districts. Venkatesh (Venkatesh Chavan) is eighteen and working in a hotel in Goa, not at all content with his lot in life. Of course, there ends up being a great deal more to it than that, but that's your basic gist. But put the guy on a plane to Goa and you end up with this gentle (sometimes too gentle) comedy-drama about the Indian caste system and one teen's attempt to break out of it"all in order to get a swim. And those I've seen are all well worth your time. While in America, Smith has stayed in the documentary world, turning out the same kind of quirky, funny docos. Chris Smith was the co-director of one of 1999's best and quirkiest documentaries, American Movie. Here we have another. Maybe the American directors figured that heading out of country would improve their stuff? Needless to say, the ones who are willing to try it are already good"Cary Fukunaga (Sin Nombre) and Joshua Marston (Maria Full of Grace) are recent examples. The Pool (Chris Smith, 2007)What's up with American directors shipping off to parts unknown to make foreign-language films these days? When you think about it, it's long overdue; Hollywood has been importing, and destroying, foreign directors for years

Shayla M (gb)

HOLY HELL!! I NEED TO SEE THIS! the trailer almost made me cry! Haha

WS W (nl)

Ezra Miller recovers quite a bit for this piece