This Transient Life
The lovely Yuri is 24 years and not a day goes by without her parents complain that she is still unmarried. Her three years younger brother Masao is on her side against the parents. Their lives are a tangle of Buddhist monks, statues and forbidden temptations, the largest of them is to each other.
Set around a remote Buddhist monastery, it features Masao, a young son of a rich merchant who doesn't want to follow his father into business or go to college, preferring to study under a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
This Transient Life torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: An uncharacteristically tame picture from director Oliver Stone, "Snowden" has a bombshell of a story and a fine performance from Joseph Gordon-Levitt, but is a tepid, mildly intriguing film overall.
(ag) wrote: Another winning doc from Werner Herzog.
(mx) wrote: Fer Mamla Gadbad Gadbad is a different Punjabi cinema, with an original story-line, good music and decent job done by the actors, the movie is funny, has good songs and a smooth storyline.
(fr) wrote: It's totally watchable.
(kr) wrote: I loved the different styles all implemented in this movie, deep and very character diven. My favorite type of anime. I was't too impressed by the last tale in this series. Very boring compared to Chapter 1 and 2.
(nl) wrote: A great crime caper from Bill Murray. Despite the moral issues conveniently ignored, it's a funny and clever film.
(gb) wrote: Yikes, this movie does not age well!
(mx) wrote: strong film. the person i watched it with told me that fellini had to change some scenes to accomodate the lead man (Broderick Crawford) because he had such a severe drinking problem. it shows, especially in the last 5-10 minutes of the film. Crawford's mannerisms are eerily reminiscent of James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano. i enjoyed this film.
(kr) wrote: For a movie that is essentially a play largely set in one room for 95% of its running time, Ray Milland's charismatic performance and a fine (if occasionally slightly stilted) script make this a great Hitchcock movie. Grace Kelly is always easy on the eye and though not her best performance she's still perfectly cast here. It's hard to believe this movie was made in 3D and having seen the 3D version it does have it's merits though mainly as a curio to see how Hitchcock uses the technique under such constraints.
(de) wrote: What's weird about this movie is that it's got a decent plot, believable setting and relatable characters - and it has no balls. The characters unmeshed flood, relationship priorities and stereotypical enemies make this a C at best.
(nl) wrote: Being aware of the work of Director Elia Kazan , i never really had this film on my radar.Thanks to Eureka Films and Martin Scorsese featuring the film in his Letter to Elia I decided to seek the film out and see if it ranked alongside the directors more celebrated works.The film opens with footage of the Tennessee river bursting its banks ,we then move to the main action as Montgomery Clift plays a man tasked by the government in moving a stubborn old lady and her family from an island which will be flooded when a large dam is built.The trouble is the lady in question has no desire to move and Clift causes more tension in the local town when he employs black workers alongside white workers to clear the land.Amid all the tension Clift falls for the matriarch grand daughter played by Lee Remick which only adds more fuel to the local bigots fire.Clift was always a haunted man after his 1956 car accident and here Kazan puts that to great use .You feel every emotion written across his face and his performance is one of the very best I have seen in a studio picture .Kazan makes great use of the cinemascope format in his location filming and again there is some guilt over what he did in in the red scare in the late 40s and 50s in Hollywood by giving the film a very prominent liberal tone.I really let this film sneak up on me and I am glad for once that I did as its one of the best film of the late studio period.