A five-year-old boy is the sole survivor of a devastating plane crash in the mountains of California. When the newspapers reveal the boy was adopted and that the crash occurred on his birthday, three women begin to ponder if it's the son each gave up for adoption. As the three await news of his rescue at a mountain cabin, they recall incidents from five years earlier and why they were forced to give up their son.
- Stars:Eleanor Parker, Patricia Neal, Ruth Roman, Frank Lovejoy, Leif Erickson, Ted de Corsia, Edmon Ryan, Larry Keating, Katherine Warren, Arthur Franz,
- Director:Robert Wise,
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Three Secrets torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Oasis: Supersonic is one of the most entertaining and riveting musical documentary films about a rock band called Oasis I've ever seen this year.
(br) wrote: top movie if life was like that i wish !
(kr) wrote: The intriguing comedy by the Coen Brothers remains unrivaled in this spy story, rich with a perfect cast, and two great big as Clooney and Pitt
(jp) wrote: 74%Take the sock monkey! Take it!
(us) wrote: Imagine getting exclusive to the cult that gassed Tokyo and who's blind leader is now on trial. Imagine being able to make a shot film about that? Well they've done if. Seems like a bunch of randomly cut together home videos. Completely fails to tell any sort of story or give any sort of perspective.
(br) wrote: amazing camera and movie
(fr) wrote: I like Albert Dupontel's films. This is my favourite. Very "decale" sense of humour. So witty, so poetic sometimes. Not a moment of boredom, good pace, hilarious moments (and yes, so violent !!!). I would be interested to know if people from other countries than France appreciated it. I personnally think it is close to perfection.
(gb) wrote: Overly long, derivative, lacking in plausibility. When is the last time you saw a "cowboy" firing two pistols at once- Roy Rogers?
(us) wrote: Loved this film gritty and well put together.