The Satin Slipper

The Satin Slipper

During the century of the Spanish Gold, Doña Prouhèze, wife of a nobleman, deeply loves Don Rodrigo, who is forced to leave Spain and go to America. Meanwhile Prouhèze is sent to Africa to rule the city of Mogador. Ten years later Rodrigo leaves America and travels to Africa in search of Prouhèze to find out that she died and eventually meeting her daughter.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1985
  • Language:Portuguese,French
  • Reference:Imdb
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The Satin Slipper torrent reviews

Champ S (gb) wrote: I would stay the story is simple and easy to appreciate, but at some point i feel like it's too simple.

Jason C (us) wrote: If you like The Rock and/or are not yet a teenager, this is engaging fare. Otherwise, please move along, there's only a silly UFO story to see here.

Michelle G (ag) wrote: The acting seemed really fake, and the movie was just boring. It wasn't funny to me. I didn't like it but yet I watched the whole thing.


James M (jp) wrote: I watched Bombay today, and although it has been recommended to me multiple times as a prototype for Bollywood films, I still couldn't really get into it. My areas of concern are basically the same with all Bollywood films; while I feel that the compositional direction is oftentimes very creative and the cinematography in general is usually absorbing, the terrible sound editing and lack of realism from a narrative standpoint (besides the songs, mind you) just makes me lose focus throughout most of the film.Rosie Thomas writes an interesting article in defense of Indian cinema in which she claims that most cinephiles don't appreciate Bollywood just because we've become so accustomed to the paradigm of Western cinema and art culture. She argues that India is one of only three countries in the world where their domestic cinema is more watched than Hollywood. I agree with the notion that Indians simply don't enjoy Western cinema more than the misnomer that they don't understand it / don't know how to make it. She even claims that Western culture chooses to ignore Indian cinema even as an art-form entirely, but rather as viewing it as hopelessly naive. That notion of art being subjective is interesting to me, as it makes me wonder if art has to mean or say something, or even invoke some sort of affection.

Lanky Man P (kr) wrote: Sexual sea monsters... what's not to love?

Jonathan P (gb) wrote: This 1965 look at life in Japanese POW camps during WWII is the best POW movie I've ever seen, it subtle and gracious in its delivery of an insight into the depravity faced by men of a different ilk from a different era. Kept me up till 2 in the morn and worht every minute of lost sleep.

Alexander C (kr) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!

Jocey D (de) wrote: Starts out with an interesting premise but quickly becomes predictable and lame. No compelling surprises. It redeems itself a little in the end.

Dan H (it) wrote: Weird role for Robbin, but alright movie.

Jamin M (jp) wrote: It's James Cameron's blockbuster Titanic. I'm just going to say it. I freakin' love this movie. Yeah, say what you want, but I think the film is pretty good. I honestly don't why this movie has received backlash. There's absolutely nothing so wrong with the movie that it needs such harsh criticism, at least to me. What I absolutely love about this film is how James Cameron recreated the wreck. It looked so well-done. The special effects are very good and Cameron truly makes me feel the terror of the event. The acting and casting choices were good. Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio do good jobs. Billy Zane is an over-the-top but enjoyable villain. The romance is also cute and believable. The film does suffer from somewhat weak writing, mainly dealing with the fact that Jack and Rose constantly refer to each other by name. Seriously. Couldn't they say "sweetheart" or "my love" or something? And there are some corny lines. There's also the famous debate over whether or not Jack could have survived the wreck, the answer to which is yes. This film really didn't deserve its backlash. I even saw a review that said "the most dreadful piece of work I've ever seen in my entire life" Seriously? There are worse films out there than this. Yeah, it's corny. Yeah, it's clich (C)d . But I don't care. Titanic is personally one of my most favorite movies. It's visually stunning with likeable characters and a sweet love story. It has its flaws and it's not perfect, but it's pretty enjoyable

Randy T (fr) wrote: Strange minor noir with a border town flair. Montgomery terrific as the tightly wound stranger in town on a mission of revenge.