The Violation of the Bitch

The Violation of the Bitch

A superstitious, illiterate young gypsy servant girl comes to live with a solitary female artist at her country chateau. The girl has recurring nightmares of a naked man on horseback ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:artist,   rape,   murder,  

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Vincent P (mx) wrote: A (relatively) painless way to spend an hour and a half... which goes by quickly, if only because you have to be on your toes for the next ineptitude Mega Shark will sling your way.

Diego G (gb) wrote: propaganda for universal health care! kinda cheesy!

Barry N (us) wrote: Heartwarming, but sometimes oversentimental.

bill s (nl) wrote: Maetin is great in this twisted dark comedy.

Richard L (gb) wrote: It's an interesting movie with impressive aesthetics, but some of the special effects involving jumps are annoying and key parts of the storyline are painfully predictable.

Michael H (fr) wrote: Apart from one really funny scene and some nice conceptual ideas about heaven the film feels slightly tedious and the laughs are somewhat sparse. 97% score is ridiculous. It's half the film MODERN ROMANCE is.

jason a (au) wrote: I didnt want to walk around my house for a month!

Harry W (br) wrote: With a strong collection of actresses headlining the film, Steel Magnolias sounded like an interesting ensemble piece.The main reason most people would see Steel Magnolias would be on the basis of its large cast. The only thing is that because there are so many characters in the film whom are key in relevance to the narrative, it is hard for the film to really focus on any of them with much depth. Because of this, Steel Magnolias falls less into the category of being a well structured story and more into a cinematic gimmick of being a film which maintains an array of well-known and talented actresses more than anything else. The story in Steel Magnolias was a really unfocused one which made it a difficult one to get a grasp of. I couldn't exactly tell who were the most interesting characters because it was less about the script and more about the performances, yet good acting alone can not carry a film of this calibre. There are some powerful moments in the film which have characters interacting on a serious dramatic level, but so much of the film has characters just coming and going without much consistency or talking about anything deep. This becomes more prevalent after the first hour gets cleared because from there the story gets intriguing and begins to grasp some edgy subject matter. But still, the issues pertaining to focus on characters remain for the majority of the film. Steel Magnolias is not without its charm, but there are too many characters and an insufficient plot to carry them all. The main focus of the story relates to the marriage and pregnancy of Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie. She seems to be the character at the heart of the story, but the film focuses on both her and various characters around her as they deal with their own subplots as well as her situation. But since the script doesn't seem to have much good to do with them, they end up seeming like little more than a distraction. I just couldn't wrap my head around why Steel Magnolias had so many characters but used so little of them, particularly when the cast was such a talented collection of actresses. The subject matter in the film is touching and the characters in the film are likable enough to reach out to audiences, but I just didn't feel it. I feel as if the themes in the film are more likely to appeal to female viewers due to themes of sisterhood friendships and pregnancy, and that is understandable. But the fact is that there was not enough supporting that for the film to really reach me. I just got lost in the surplus of characters and lack of plot consistency to the point that I ended up lost in my attempts to keep track of it all. I wasn't overwhelmed by the film, more I was underwhelmed by its inability to do much. The story maintained with edgy subject matter in many plot dynamics, but it couldn't take a lot of its material in many directions. We gather that the events are saddening and affect the lives of the many characters in an unhappy fashion, but considering the nature of what the film deals with that is to be expected. There are smart concepts in the film, but they are used as little more than a gimmick which are not explored any better than most of the characters are. While some of them are interesting, most of them seem to be there solely for the sake of having famous actresses there and little more. I've never seen a theatrical production of the play that Steel Magnolias is based on, but it would make a lot more sense on stage than screen because when so many big names get together only to headline a film where they take on such arbitrary roles, it can be very misleading. I guess the problem is that I expected a bit much from Steel Magnolias considering the talent assembled, as well as the fact that it had been so well received. But it just didn't get me. For a play to be turned into an ensemble film with many well known names yet have so many of them play arbitrary roles in the story is just unsatisfying.But I will admit that the cast make a nice effort.Julia Roberts stands out in Steel Magnolias. In her first of several Academy Award nominated performances, Julia Roberts stands out among such a largely popular cast and delivers a breakthrough performance. As her character is the heart of the story, she has a lot of responsibility carried on her shoulders. Without question, she rises to the challenge and delivers a performance which is just incredible. She carries all the stress of the character without forgetting to put a sense of charm into the part which means the approaches the material at just the right angle to find a balance between taking things lightly and dleaing with the drama in the most legitimate sense. Julia Roberts is excellent in Steel Magnolias.And Sally Field also delivers a firm part. Like many of the other characters, her part in the film is all over the place with the relevance coming and going. But that doesn't stop her from delivering a strong performance which is likable and sympathetic. There is one moment towards the end of the film where she delivers an extremely powerful soliloquy which illuminates a lot of what the drama in the film has spent building towards in its own subtle way, and her line delivery in this scene is very powerful without seeming anything beyond natural. Sally Field is a great addition to Steel Magnolias.Daryl Hannah, Olympia Dukakis, Shirley MacLaine and Dolly Parton all do their part as well in capturing naturally likable personas.So Steel Magnolias has as strong cast led by Julia Roberts and Sally Field in strong performances, but the lack of focus in the film and its inability to explore enough subject matter with sufficient depth renders it a film which fails to capitalize on its misleading gimmicks.

Dave J (mx) wrote: Thursday, January 13, 2011 (1984) Dreamscape THRILLER/ FANTASY Footnote: I'll tell you this right now, the poster is a bit misleading anyone expecting this film to be like the Indiana Jones or the Pirates of the Caribean series are going to be gravely disappointed because this is what adventurous movie posters 'do' look like! And then they're others such as myself who're 'not' going to determine what kind of movie it is by 'looking' at the poster and tend to watch any film oblivious to what it's about! This is one of those movies in which the synopsis should be read first so that they would know what to expect! After my second viewing since my first experience about watching this was when I was still a kid and I was more interested in the actions of it's characters than the actual storyline itself, such as good guys win and bad guys lose because any young kid could instinctively tell who're the the good guys by looking at there happy faces wearing bright clothes from the bad the bad guys who're always angry with serious looks wearing dark clothes! Anyways, in my opinion the sole idea for Christopher Nolan's big box office hit "Inception" originally derived from this film since this is a very straight forward story about a teenager with telepathic abilities who eventually able to come to grips with his ability to enter into other people's dreams! Anyways, he's being found out about this ability and being sought after to parttake into a gov't experiment facility starring a young Dennis Quaid to have him enter other people's dreams to overcome or assist people who repeatedly contain nightmare problems whenever they're sleeping! As the movie progresses viewers should expect mishaps and gov't corruption! What this film does very well what "Inception" fails to do are the revealations which're self- explantory and gradual which allow viewers a chance to consume what they know whereas in "Inception" the whole film feels somewhat imposed upon and automatic and a common occurance that happens all the time with it's lead stars before leaving viewers hanging at the end meaning that "Dreamscape" has an ending and a very satisfying one at that. The only downside is that with a running time of only 99 minutes, with all the ingredients that it has, it does have the opportunity to be longer than what it is, making viewers such as myself wanting to see more because the possibility of more revealtions but because this film wasn't a big boxoffice hit, this is what we're left with! Besides a young Dennis Quaid, Christopher Plummer, Max Von Sydow, and a younger Kate Capshaw ( wife of director Steven Spielberg in real life) also stars in this! 3 out of 4

Senor C (jp) wrote: Jack Hill once again teams w/ Pam Grier & gives us a very strong (& fun) entry in the blaxploitation genre. Although personally not as enjoyable as Coffy this go around (that was actually originally intended as a sequel to Coffy) does give it a run for it's money only I find it doesn't have as much grit. Pleased as shit to have Antonio 'Huggy Bear' Fargas in the cast & a returning Sid Haig (even if he isn't in it very much). Grier is always smokin hot & it's always a pleasure to watch her in action. Films like this is why I love Grindhouse/Drive In & why Jack Hill is my favorite directors of the this formula. Hardly anybody does it better

Scott R (br) wrote: A Texas police convoy led by convicts that shows how the line between criminal and civilian can often be too close.

Jeff J (fr) wrote: It is a so-so movie. I mean, I liked it, but not really inclined to watch it a 2nd time or something.

Chelsey S (fr) wrote: Loved the layout of the story and the "un-Hollywood" ending.

Jim F (ca) wrote: Such beautiful camerawork in T.M. movies. I could tell one a mile away. Not unlike Tree of Life with those awful suburbs. 'Morti', her friend is so spot on when they go for a walk around the estate. Never see pedestrians in America. The blurred close ups, Drifting from character to character. There is such beauty to listening to the characters thoughts, almost poetic and haunting is the narrative. There is so much beauty in the script it can be picked up upon within further repeat viewings. For a movie so slow, I could seriously watch again. The romance grows and dies and I can feel the characters heat and going off the boil. She is beautiful, wants to be happy and dances too much. I feel like him. I would tire of it. Am I like him?? I wonder. I love Terence Malick films. This got slated but it's what I expected in the style I've become aquainted with. Class