The Old Man and the Sea

The Old Man and the Sea

The Old Man and the Sea (Russian: Старик и море) is a 1999 paint-on-glass-animated short film directed by Aleksandr Petrov, based on the novel of the same name by Ernest Hemingway. The film won many awards, including the Academy Award for Animated Short Film. Work on the film took place in Montreal over a period of two and a half years and was funded by an assortment of Canadian, Russian and Japanese companies. French and English-language soundtracks to the film were released concurrently. It was the first animated film to be released in IMAX. Oscar winning animation of the classic Hemingway story.

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The Old Man and the Sea torrent reviews

Harry W (nl) wrote: I'm glad they finally continued the tv show with this film, plus it's pretty funny

Simon R (fr) wrote: 1 gruesome scene in the film where he gets nailed to the wall in the kitchen, other than that this film didn't really hold my interest throughout.

Hana M (mx) wrote: Cute and good enough.

Mary A (br) wrote: A delightful Canadian gem I only discovered, like many others, because of my love of Ellen Page. This features a surprisingly strong ensemble cast, without a weak link amongst them. What surprised me was the sensitive and honest portrayal by Callum Keith Rennie. The movie is about hope & second chances - thankfully, it comes off sincere, not contrived. Recommended!

Shaun W (mx) wrote: U ve got to admire this for what it is. A satirictric( if that word exists) slant on events past and characters present. And done superbly I was hyserical at some of the accent scenes( the goth/german before he's about to behead the ladies) ceasor, the scots etc. And serious(plus good scenery) enough in parts to make u care about the characters.

Ryan J (es) wrote: just switched on SBS the other night and this just started, luckily i sat through the whole thing because it is a great film. some good acting, great scenes and no holds barred acts of violence as it's life they only know. follows a doctor through his work doing blood tests for prisoners in said jail in sao paulo, a jail meant for 4000 it holds over 7000, with AIDS spreading like wild fire. most characters are useless humans who deserve everything they get (just dont be in for rape or you'll be the lowest of the low) but it's compelling viewing. the final set piece is one of sheer brutality. highly recommended for anyone who likes a good foreign film.

Jose S (mx) wrote: La ltima pelcula de la gran tro Buuel-Pinal-Alatriste es posiblemente el mediometraje ms conciso, y divertido, que se haya hecho.

Christopher Z (br) wrote: Not horrible, but too loud, depressing, and short for us to truly understand Linda Lovelace. There is nothing wrong with showing the realities of women being coerced into pornography and the men who abuse them, but Lovelace doesn't really allow its audience to fully understand and feel for Lovelace, who was killed in a car crash in 2002.

Maymay A (br) wrote: Thrilling, thought-provoking, and finely executed. Source Code is a certified good watch.