The Sea Is Watching

The Sea Is Watching

Based on Akira Kurosawa's final unproduced script, this Edo-period drama takes place almost entirely inside an ocean-village brothel. O-Shin is a young brothel worker who one night helps a young samurai escape from his pursuers. Against the warnings of her fellow workers, particularly Kikuno and the brothel's owner, O-Shin falls in love with the samurai.

19th century. Oshin is a prostitute in a brothel of a red-light district. A disgraced samurai, Fusanosuke, rushes in the brothel seeking for a refuge, because he had wounded a powerful ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Sea Is Watching torrent reviews

Bill B (mx) wrote: A watchable documentary about the pron industry, with a photographer interviewing 16 different porn stars and photographing them, all of which plays out like most porn docs are known to do. Essentially there's the initial sex-positive vibe of it all, how they love sex and are exhibitionists, but we eventually get a few tears or a quavering voice about the industry, as it obviously has a dark side.I mean, I hate to sound dismissive about it, but this is literally the story every time, and I just can't get worked up over this stuff playing out as it has for the past 40 years in every other behind the scenes look we've had. For every one gal who does porn and then moves on, there's the person who has it ruin their lives and that seems to be just the nature of the business.It's a very middle of the road film, filled with no real surprises. You kinda know of this is your thing or not, so proceed accordingly.

Alyan H (ca) wrote: a powerhouse directorial debut for drew Barrymore and an amazing ensemble cast

Michael D (es) wrote: so uninteresting, you could easily see that the makers of this film had only done shorts because it didn't flow well at all

Kieran F (ca) wrote: Was an ok film, cult feel which I think it was looking for, still trying too hard!

Private U (br) wrote: Seriously the worst movie I have ever seen. The bog monster is a fat bald guy who wears fuzzy slippers and is afraid of horns. I can actually enjoy some cheesy scary movies but this is beyond that.

Ahmed A (nl) wrote: Truman Capote's character is very well done by Toby Jones. Daniel Craig is not a very fitting actor for the portrayal of Perry Smith. Craig lacks the sensitivity of an artist and a broken person.

Danny M (us) wrote: The fighting scenes are cool but the film couldn't really keep me hooked

Scott V (gb) wrote: More of a meditation than a story, I can see why others thought this was a bit slow -- it is -- it takes its time unfolding, but I was very glad we made it to the end. Cute cute cute movie.

Sara C (ru) wrote: Margherita Buy is amazing in this role! I love her!

Carlos I (jp) wrote: Pretty cool, not Zombie's best, but there is some good stuff in here. It's an entertaining enough Grindhouse movie, but it lacks the punch of some of his previous films.

Sanket K (au) wrote: Its dark n humorous and even with its gory violence its a feel good movie.A must watch

Joetaeb D (ru) wrote: Crumpled by annoying overrating, incoherent direction and terrible sound effects. Inspector gadget is the movie equivalent to a Bonzibuddy.

Maya F (mx) wrote: First movie I watched entirely on youtube.What I thought about it? Don't know, and probably I'd have to write a lot in here.=P it would be nicer to watch it yourself, don't you think?

George E (mx) wrote: An interesting thriller that uses sci-fi elements. I really don't know how it is obscure since it's quite original.

Brinn O (ca) wrote: Jingle all the way used to be one of my ALL time favorite films of all time. I didn't only watch it on Christmas but I watched it at least twice a week for a year. Back then I was obsessed with this movie. It was funny seeing Arnold literally stop at nothing to get Jamie his Turboman doll. Watching it now I may notice plot of the plot holes, but for what it is it's still an entertaining Christmas flick.

Raji K (br) wrote: Recently divorced to her high school sweetheart Peggy Sue (Kathleen Turner) finds herself at at a high school reunion where she will have to break the news to everyone that she is no longer with her long time husband Charlie (Nicolas Cage). In the middle of being declared the queen of the event, she passes out and awakens back as a teenager in 1960. With the knowledge she knows about her relationship with Charlie she struggles to connect and decides to explore the possibilities of some of the others she would have been interested had she never been with Charlie. Peggy Sue was an interesting concept, but was for me rather lack luster for a movie with time travel. I feel this movie would have more charm had I lived in this time period and enjoyed some of the detail put into representing that time period, but without such experience, and watching this movie for the first time 28 years later Peggy Sue was not all that I had hoped.

Antwon B (fr) wrote: Highlander is a 1986 British-American cult fantasy film directed by Russell Mulcahy.The film stars, Christopher Lambert, Sean Connery, Clancy Brown, and Roxanne Hart. The star of the film is Christopher Lambert, he stars as Conner McCloud the Highlander. You might know Lambert from Greystoke: the legend of Tarzan. The film begins in 1985 when McCloud is checking out some crappy wrestling match. It's a rouse. He's really there stalking another immortal. Immortals can sense each other out like a spidey sense. The rule is that "there can be only one." So they seek each other out and once discovered they fight to the death. Death comes only by beheading. Some immortals become life long friends. While others become bitter enemies.. The film goes backward and forward in time. It speaks to the hero's journey. The movie is often mistaken for a time traveling film but it's not. The film takes place in the present time and it shows flash backs to accent the story. It's a very non linear way to tell a story and for the era, the 1980s it was very original. One of McClouds friends is Juan S,,,nchez Villa-Lobos Ram,,,rez (Sean Connery), who claims to be the Chief Metallurgist for Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain. When they first meet, Ramirez has to convinced McCloud that he's an immortal, but McCloud think that it's some b.s. And so the adventures begin. The movie is a sweeping adventure about friendship love loyalty and loss. It's a romantic story that was ahead of its time. During its original run it was a box office failure but gained an audience thru VHS sales and rentals and positive word of mouth. It later spawned several sequels and two t.v. series and a cartoon. It's a shame that the director Russell M didn't understand his own product by ruining the sequel. Even his cinematography for this film was Awesome! His transitions from the past to the present was amazing. The fighting scenes and the sword play don't hold up, Lambert is not very athletic. The fx is not very good, there's a scene were you can see the cable suspending the actor in the air. Never the less I say see it, the original theatrical release if you can find it.The music is something special. It was composed by the late Michael Kaman. It is beautiful and haunting. The music during the scene with Connor and his wife is elegant. Michael Kaman composed the music in this film along with Queen. This will also be one of Freddy Mercury's last album appearances before his death in 1991. Michael Kaman is an excellent collaborative artist mixing it up with Eric Clapton in the Lethal Weapon series and Queensryche in Arnold Schwarzenegger's 1993 film Last Action Hero. Sadly he past away in 2003.An excellent film, but not this version. This is a director's cut. Some scenes go on too long and it drags the film down. The VHS version is much better.

Greg P (it) wrote: One of the classics of the early 80s sci-fi genre.

Dara K (br) wrote: "in the Navy they steak, caviar and whipped cream cake, ...but in the army you get mess and it really is a mess!...Oh, the Navy gets the gravy, but the Army gets the beans (beans, beans, beans, beans)

James H (nl) wrote: This is such a fun musical comedy. The teaming of Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney is always a delight. They make such a great pairing. Lively, entertaining with some great songs, and Judy singing too!