The Page Turner
Mélanie Prouvost, a ten-year-old butcher's daughter, is a gifted pianist. That is why she and her parents decide that she sit for the Conservatory entrance exam. Although Mélanie is very likely to be admitted, she unfortunately gets distracted by the president of the jury's offhand attitude and she fails. Ten years later, Mélanie becomes her page turner, waiting patiently for her revenge.
- Stars:Catherine Frot, Déborah François, Pascal Greggory, Clotilde Mollet, Xavier De Guillebon, Christine Citti, Jacques Bonnaffé, Antoine Martynciow, Julie Richalet, Martine Chevallier, André Marcon, Arièle Butaux, Michèle Ernou, Danièle Douet, Mark Reed,
- Director:Denis Dercourt,
- Writer:Denis Dercourt (scenario and dialogue), Jacques Sotty (collaboration)
The girl Mélanie Prouvost is the beloved daughter of the butchers Mrs. Prouvost and Mr. Prouvost. She is an aspirant pianist and her parents make her application to the Conservatory. During... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Page Turner torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Great portrayal of what mothers in the United States have to deal with.
(gb) wrote: This is a simple but increasingly wonderful film that patiently tells a great story; bittersweet and funny. Acting and settings are powerful.
(ca) wrote: A hell of a lot better than meet the spartans
(kr) wrote: Steve Carrel and Jim Carrey, I'm in!
(kr) wrote: Based on a video game I know nothing about, this action movie is actually a bit dull. Though Wahlberg is a favorite, he is not at the top of his game here, like he only was looking for a paycheck. Kunis and Kurylenko were mighty fine and helped spruce this up to a barely acceptable level.
(de) wrote: Thriller con historia floja, compuesta por segmentos un poco confusos y que deja parte de la historia casi que inconclusa.
(ca) wrote: Charlie, an interesting typical teenage boy with a master tongue of manipulation. Not to hurt others, but to better them. A giant twist, in an outstanding film. Drugs. Sex. Alcohol. A Dream. Making Chances.
(ag) wrote: Classic Rom-com of my generation and the Matthew McConaughey rom-com period. Not much there in the "com" part but a likable story overall.
(au) wrote: Definitely up there in the Gangster/Mafia genre. Great Made for TV movie. Would've made an even greater theatrical release with a little higher budget.
(it) wrote: A cute almost-classic that kids can still plop down by the sofa and enjoy.
(nl) wrote: After dispatching justice through the Midwest, Charles Bronson is back in NYC. Attempting to lay low, he his arrested for a murder he didn't commit. On condition of his release, he is tasked with dealing some vigilante justice on the streets by the police captain. Far more over-the-top than its predecessors, 3 sees our hero taking on dozens of multi-culti street punk baddies with the help of fully-automatic weaponry and a rocket launcher. Cannon Films doing what they did best.
(us) wrote: This pointed character study of a man whore was waaaaaaaaay ahead of its' time in terms of realistic depictions of sex, drugs, and language, but the shock value is limited by today's standards making the film not quite as potent to new viewers as it likely was in the time of its' premiere.
(nl) wrote: This is the most incredible and poetic film that Pasolini directed. The characters, the location and the narrative are symbols. Words in poetry can express many emotions, truths and philosophies, and so do the characters in Teorema. The general meaning of this film is open to discussion. In my view The Visitor (Terence Stamp) represents love, and love in this regard can be inspiration, devotion to another person without personal benefit. When The Visitor shows the family another truth, and then abandons them, they are left in despair, and are unable to return to their former way of living. I think the family represents people living in a capitalist system. Pasolini was a Marxist and he directed this film in 1968, a revolutionary year in which the youth of Western Europe (and a part of Eastern Europe) revolted against their governments and wanted to build a society based on new principles. This is a very relevant film for unpoetical times.
(ca) wrote: I watched this film as a curiosity, this being the film that Jean Harlow died making and I had never seen it. Going in knowing this, it was quite a sad film to watch, giving me a feeling I get when I watch "The Crow (Brandon Lee died during filming)" or "Giant (James Dean died during filming)." You watch, you know what her last scene was, you see her ill and can see she is not acting, but is actually sicker then what she should be in the scene. I do give credit to the people behind it, the original plan was to reshoot, instead they used a double to complete the scenes that needed to be shot and shot her from behind. It is a difficult task to do these days, let alone back then. Not to mention, Lionel Barrymore was also hurt making this film. The film itself is a decent film from the 1930s, filled with a lot of the greats. Its a fun story and I laughed aloud several times. Jean Harlow and Clark Gable had made five other films together, and their chemistry on scene was great. Cliff Edwards, Hattie McDaniel, and Clark Gable would go on to make "Gone With the Wind," and there is an amusing scene between Frank Morgan and Margaret Hamilton who would go on to make "The Wizard of Oz." All and all, its a piece of history, and a must see.
(kr) wrote: surprisingly suspenseful , unpredictable ... liked it
(ca) wrote: awesome gangster film ... surreal and beautiful imagery... flawless performances....