The O'Neills lived happily in their house in the Australian countryside. That was until one day fate struck blindly, taking the life of Peter, the father, leaving his grief-stricken wife Dawn alone with their four children. Among them, eight-year-old Simone denies this reality. She is persuaded that her father still lives in the giant fig tree growing near their house and speaks to her through its leaves. But the tree becomes more and more invasive and threatens the house. It must be felled. Of course, Simone won't allow it.
- Stars:Charlotte Gainsbourg, Morgana Davies, Marton Csokas, Christian Byers, Tom Russell, Gabriel Gotting, Aden Young, Penne Hackforth-Jones, Gillian Jones, Zoe Boe, Bob MacKay, Ryan Potter, Murray Shoring, Taren Stewart, Robert Joseph Stewart,
- Country:France, Australia, Germany, Italy
- Director:Julie Bertuccelli,
- Writer:Judy Pascoe (novel), Julie Bertuccelli, Elizabeth J. Mars (first screenplay)
After the death of her father, an 8-year-old girl becomes convinced that he is whispering to her through the leaves of the gargantuan tree that towers over her house. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Tree torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: I loved it it kept me on my toes the whole time
(ag) wrote: 100% waste of money.
(de) wrote: Still a way to go though to compete with Mega Shark Vs Giant Octopus, but a worthy effort
(kr) wrote: Really weird, but funny as hell.
(ag) wrote: Tragic and disturbing. Exactly how I would imagine it to be to live amongst a polygamous cult.
(it) wrote: A sub-standard ghost story, heavily influence by the films such as Dark Water and the Ring, but really lacking in orginaility or generating any interest in the characters
(ru) wrote: The last film in the Stewart era, thankfully, is one of the better ones, thanks in no small part to the acting genius Tom Hardy, a real stroke of luck for the casting department there. I found it telling that there was no farewell scene for this bunch of hapless b-actors. I'm hoping that the new format is going to take a very big step up.
(fr) wrote: Excellent cartoon! Barbar was very smart and you could relate to him.
(ru) wrote: Hugely overrated by the horror community. Doesn't live up to its reputation, or its premise, or even its DVD cover. Would have been a good 20-minute Tales from the Crypt episode. As it stands, it's overlong and boring and undercooked. Best part about it is the body horror practical effects, which look quite good, but they aren't used well enough. Worth seeing if you're an absolute nerd for practical effects and body horror, but most people should just skip this one.
(nl) wrote: Really bad movie. It's really rare to find a law movie this bad. I usually enjoy films with courtrooms scenes. Not this one in the least. And Gary Oldman who has become such a great actor, is absolutely terrible in this one.
(ru) wrote: Top 5 favorite movies of all time! Saw this at the Music Box midnight showing years ago and am still blown away by it. Imagine a Terrence Malick screenplay filmed by a meth head...with swords.
(us) wrote: A rare Sellers misfire.
(ag) wrote: I haven't seen this in so long, and must watch it again!
(ca) wrote: A movie that feels extremely rushed and directed in the safest way possible, is only elevated by Ben Foster's amazing performance. Only to be watched for Ben, and maybe Chris O' Dowd.
(au) wrote: What happens when a group of incredibly talented people work on an excellent story that Hollywood (for the most part) has brushed aside? Answer: it doesn't get any better than that.