The Wind

The Wind

Letty moves to West Texas from the East and it seems that the wind always blows and the sand gets everywhere. While living with relatives, she finds that she is not welcomed by the wife. With no where to go, she marries a man who disgusts her. Her new home is a small shack with the wind and the sand constant companions. When it is necessary for most of the men to go out into the sand storm, one stays back to have his way with Letty and that costs both of them.

A frail young woman from the east moves in with her cousin in the west, where she causes tension within the family and is slowly driven mad. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Wind torrent reviews

Chris R (ca) wrote: average horror, could have been alot better but it was ok.

Simon D (de) wrote: I can't understand why this isn't rated higher by the critics; it's a splendid film. I accidentally watched the sequel first; that was also a great film. This is really a sort of introduction to the second film which goes a lot deeper into favella life where this is more about building the team to tackle corruption, drugs, and the gun problems of Rio.

Matthew J (ag) wrote: Thou it was sure faulty Wise Guys had me laughing all the way trough.

Wendy K (de) wrote: A movie that did not have a real great plot, and unfortunately the acting of Audrey Hepburn was not her best.

Tony H (fr) wrote: Poetry so sad it hurts.

Nicholas G (au) wrote: I never liked Stallone as an actor and I didn't like this movie. There a few good action sequences but the plot was terrible. If you think about how the fight started between Rambo and the other, it makes zero sense.

Steve W (us) wrote: Harsh Time is an appropriate American tragedy. The performances are stellar, from Freddy Rodriguez and Christian Bale, as two losers who need jobs, despite their destructive nature. Bale plays Jim Davis, a haunted PTSD stricken Gulf War veteran with a drug problem, and his friend Mike needs to get a job to satisfy his girlfriend Sylvia. The movie is almost like a glimpse into their gritty life, and ends on a rather anti-climactic note, as if it needed to be tragic to have heft. But the performances are worth the viewing for this interesting drama film.