The Queen of Sheba's Pearls

The Queen of Sheba's Pearls

Set in post-war England, a mysterious woman arrives at the Prettys' rural family home on the eve of young Jack's 16th birthday. Her remarkable likeness to Jack's mother, Emily, who tragically died in an accident eight years ago both baffles and unsettles the family. She even wears the same pearls that Emily wore.

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Tav D (it) wrote: Really hooked me. I know there's been some debate about the film's authenticity, etc. but, even so, a compelling doc.

WS W (us) wrote: OK but kinda hollow.

RayNormanBateman (es) wrote: This is probably the 3rd best sequel after the original. It was between this and the conquest of the planet of the apes. This movie was very interesting because it takes what happened in the original and flips it around so the apes are visiting us in the present. I felt that all the sequels were intelligent with their time travel and linking stories together to make the next sequel work. This is definitely one of the more fun, maybe the most fun to watch out of all 5 films due to it's light hearted humour but again it is very underrated in my opinion.

Alek D (ag) wrote: It was okay, you only see the alligator like three times during the whole movie. I'm gonna watch the second movie to see how it is!

Tim S (gb) wrote: Woody Allen's love letter to a bygone era of radio broadcasting. Seeping with nostalgia and memories, this a great period film which seeks to capture the quirks and scandals of the radio industry, while simultaneously showing how the radio was a linchpin of the working class household. The story flits between a handful of main characters through a series of vignettes, accompanied by the classic Woody Allen narration.While I can more easily relate to the romanticism of other Woody Allen classics such as Annie Hall, or Manhattan, there is a certain charm to the story as seen by a reminiscing boy looking back through rose-tinted glasses.

Zak T (de) wrote: I give this movie such a positive rating because it is one of the most unintentionally hilarious movies I have ever seen. R.A. Dow, who's entire acting career is seen in this single film, plays Roger Grimes, who says some of the funniest lines I have ever heard a single character speak.

Christopher B (gb) wrote: Military exercises for the pre-adulescent.

Anthony A (ca) wrote: Very solid directorial debut from Soderbergh.