The Seasoning House

The Seasoning House

The Seasoning House - where young girls are prostituted to the military. An orphaned deaf mute is enslaved to care for them. She moves between the walls and crawlspaces, planning her escape. Planning her ingenious and brutal revenge.

The Seasoning House: where young girls are prostituted to the military. The movie tells the story of a deaf and mute orphan enslaved to care for them who silently plots an ingenious and brutal revenge on the soldiers who prostitute the girls. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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The Seasoning House torrent reviews

Paul E (us) wrote: Interesting war movie with very tittle dialogue. However, breathtaking cinematography in a dense tropical rain forest and great acting make for a watchable movie. The final scene for the Australian pilot was very weak I thought.

Bishaldeb H (ag) wrote: A genuinely quirky, delightfully black mix of neo-noir and Western set in the badlands of Uttar Pradesh, it features nuanced acts by Vidya Balan, Naseer, Arshad Warsi, Rajesh Sharma, Salman Shahid and a somewhat overwrought one by the great Adil Hussain. What ultimately undoes it is the narration of the most twisted parts of the tale that come across as hurried, contrived and unconvincing. Yet, one of the rare Bollywood films with a decidedly adult sensibility.

Louise R (jp) wrote: This was a true story and very interesting particularly when you see the real criminal is.The faith of these South Americans is absolutley undying tha tis for sure-she thinks she is the Virgin mary in the end.This film is worth a look.

Simon D (kr) wrote: interesting story but it was all about Jacksons performance. A good true story.

xxx PwnCe x (ag) wrote: kl movie but not dat interestin!!

yate y (nl) wrote: a story which seems so true

Grayson W (de) wrote: Very atmospheric and beautifully shot.

Chris H (us) wrote: Very human tale. Billy Bigelow (Gordon MacRae), recounts the story of his life, and death, after meeting Julie Jordan (Shirley Jones). Includes the classic song, You'll Never Walk Alone, which sort of sneaks up on the viewer. Billy, seems to have no redeeming qualities, except that Julie loves him. He is redeemed, somewhat, when he begins to consider the consequences of fatherhood. Here, he starts to develop a conscience that could have led him to a more honest and productive life. Alas, his best friend is a crook, a thief, and potential murderer, who only succeeds in leading Billy to his doom.Despite this, the story is about redemption. Billy is allowed to return from the grave, and help his daughter, Louise Bigelow (Susan Luckey), avoid being led astray.Trivia from IMDB states that Frank Sinatra and Julie Garland were considered for the roles of Billy and Julie. Wouldn't that have been interesting, but it's great to see Shirley Jones, in another pre-Partridge Family role, lighting up the screen (or sadly, in my case, the television set).

Carlos M (jp) wrote: The long takes may be a remarkable stunt but those hidden cuts are in fact extremely distracting and obvious - and, contrary to popular belief, the film does have conventional, unmasked cuts. Even so, it benefits from tense moments and a well-written plot with great dialogue.

Sylvester E (ca) wrote: A film worth adding to your collection.

Christopher W (br) wrote: Another 90's movie that I liked but nobody else does.

Zed L (gb) wrote: Good plot, good music.

Troy K (us) wrote: Re-watched it recently (directors cut). Damd good movie, but I still hate the ending.