The Sheltering Sky

The Sheltering Sky

An American couple (John Malkovich, Debra Winger) drift toward emptiness in postwar North Africa.

The American artist couple Port and Kit Moresby (John Malkovich, Debra Winger), who are searching for new experiences that could give sense to their relationship, drift toward emptiness in postwar North Africa. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Sheltering Sky torrent reviews

Merlene F (mx) wrote: Someone please explain to me what is good about this derivative film? NOTHING happens. I get the impression that middle class white men (broadsheet reviewers) feel cool to say they enjoyed it. It is OK at best. Some nice shots and decent acting but ultimately a flat undercurrent and a silly silly ending. UK film please do better.

Marcus D (de) wrote: Excellent story about the human experience.

Soraya (ca) wrote: Julie Delpy is a female Woody Allen...Loved this movie!

Private U (ag) wrote: A must see comedy. Watch it with someone who will find it hysterical, use slow motion whenever possible, and do NOT be afraid to point out every hilarious inaccuracy/stereotype/ sound effect.

Jeanne L (br) wrote: MON AMIE JOUE LA-DEDAN!!! :)

Stephanie G (gb) wrote: Love this movie very funny

Scott W (de) wrote: Jeffrey Combs inherits an Italian castle, but little does he know the son of the previous owner is still in the cellar - he's a brutish, deformed and sexually frustrated freak. It's a bit dull in places and absolutely horrible in others, but fairly enjoyable.

The Critic (us) wrote: Whist this isn't the best showcase of what filmmaker John Landis has to offer audiences, 'Spies Like Us' is a reasonably entertaining piece, elevated by stars Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd. The pair are as good as you'd expect, but the material doesn't give them much to work with. There's a few sketches that hit the mark (the exam, for one), but the film is a little too casually paced to be truly effective. A good effort that should've been great.

Alec B (ag) wrote: It can be hard to remember that at one time Walt Disney's aims for animation were equal parts commercial and artistic success . . . if "Fantasia" (for awhile at least) failed at the first it mostly succeeds at the second. The expository scenes between each animation piece are utterly pointless but they're easy to ignore.

David W (ru) wrote: UK classic, the film you watch during the Olympics, And that damn song you hear, but can't remember the name! Oh, Chariots Of Fire makes you feel like Jesus walking on water