The Night Porter
In this unsettling drama from Italian filmmaker Liliana Cavani, a concentration camp survivor discovers her former torturer and lover working as a porter at a hotel in postwar Vienna. When the couple attempt to re-create their sadomasochistic relationship, his former SS comrades begin to stalk them. Operatic and disturbing, The Night Porter deftly examines the lasting social and psychological effects of the Nazi regime.
- Stars:Dirk Bogarde, Charlotte Rampling, Philippe Leroy, Gabriele Ferzetti, Giuseppe Addobbati, Isa Miranda, Nino Bignamini, Marino Masé, Amedeo Amodio, Piero Vida, Geoffrey Copleston, Manfred Freyberger, Ugo Cardea, Hilda Gunther, Nora Ricci,
- Director:Liliana Cavani,
- Writer:Liliana Cavani (screenplay), Italo Moscati (screenplay), Barbara Alberti (collaborator), Amedeo Pagani (collaborator), Liliana Cavani (story), Barbara
Thirteen years after WWII a concentration camp survivor (Rampling) and her tormentor, currently the night porter at a Vienna hotel, meet again and fall back into their sado-masochistic ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Night Porter torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Protagonizada por la nia (ahora vaca) de "Los Problemas crecen" y el nio (recien salido de un "after") de Terminator 2. Aguant 40 minutos.... Bufff
(kr) wrote: Trs mouvant... J'en suis sortie avec une seule question: Pourquoi c'est toujours les personnes les plus "pures" qui s'en vont??? Alice tait en colre! lol
(fr) wrote: sentimental film..good
(de) wrote: i never wanted to stop watching this. could have been 2x as long.
(gb) wrote: Bizarre, fascinating. Maybe not as off kilter as the book it's based on.
(mx) wrote: In the infamous Area 51 zone, renowned for it's UFO sightings, residents of a small town are cut off from civilization and held hostage when a mysterious convoy of "driverless" trucks goes on the rampage wreaking havoc in this close encounter of the machine kind.stars Timothy Busfield, Brenda Bakke, Brendan Fletcher, Sharon Bajer, Amy Stewart, Jay Brazeau, Victor Cowie, Aidan Devine, Brendan Fletche and Roman Podhora.directed by Chris Thomson.
(it) wrote: Great premise. Great Cast. Bad Script. Bad execution. It's a shame because you can tell the movie was punched up by committee with many good parts peering out at times. My guess is the actors read the original and signed up. Then a bunch of executives got a hold of it and test marketed it with a bunch of soccer Moms creating the abortion of a script the actors were forced to make the best of.
(mx) wrote: After the controversial flop "Walker," Alex Cox's career in Hollywood was finished. Four years passed before the British writer/director landed another feature, and he had to truck down to Mexico to shoot it -- with a slim budget and a cast whose biggest box-office draw was (drumroll, please) Pedro Armendariz Jr. No wonder the resulting film was barely distributed.Given its handicaps, "Highway Patrolman" is surprisingly first-rate. Cox's usual pop-culture satire is absent (he didn't write the screenplay), but it's not missed in this raw, realistic look at a young border officer negotiating a seedy world of drugs, swapped favors and double standards. The plot is largely episodic, and the story's lack of dramatic shape will be frustrating if you expect another action-packed "cop film."The story opens with proud Pedro Rojas (Roberto Sosa, oddly petite and cast against type) graduating from the academy, saluting his superiors with an unusual fist-to-chest gesture. But even as he's leaving, the system flashes its corruption: The new officers are drilled to stop a car first, and find a reason later. And from Pedro's initial traffic stop (where a woman cries to avoid a ticket), his principles begin to slip. Soon he's downing tequila, taking bribes, pocketing evidence and regularly visiting a prostitute, all while in uniform. He flags a truck that is illegally transporting workers, and ends up marrying the driver.When officer-related violence hits him on a personal level, he cleans up his priorities and launches a crusade for justice. But even there, he defies protocol."Highway Patrolman"'s imagery is exquisite -- Cox's passion for spaghetti Westerns is unmistakeable amidst the yellow dust, desert brush, lonely roads, intriguing rock formations and decrepit villages. There's also a remarkable footbridge to enjoy. The landscapes do a nice job of compensating for the low production values, though there is one pitiful car mishap where you can practically see the explosive charges go off.Inspired catchphrase: "Buy our iguanas!"
(es) wrote: The all star cast and multi-tiered plot, are fun, but this movie is incredibly slow, and melodramatic. Still, it defined an entire genre and even a genre of "spoof movies" (the quintisential "Airplane"), so we cannot be too hard on this gem.
(gb) wrote: This Movie has got to be the worst ever I't not even a B-Rate Movie I wish they had a button to kill the actor/Actress's The screaming that BITCH doe's is enough to drive a deaf person insane. And the Dumb IDIOT with the shot gun if i here Bro one more time I'll scream like that BITCH does. Ya The Idiot just got killed and the Bitch is STILL crying come on take a breath Good Big Foot is going to throw the trailer down a cliff aright man good for you Biggie. O Goodie the BITCH is dead this is the kind of movie you wish was a silent film and one that you root for Big Foot They got t have a Book called Bad acting for real dummies what a waste of Beta Max reused video cassette's
(nl) wrote: midler a lady in the Heart of the Boys. a wonderful movie
(au) wrote: Religious propaganda. You almost got me, Batty. Almost.