Tight Skin 2

After car crash with some Turk, Pantic gets the idea to build a motel for all Turks who traveling through Yugoslavia. Sojic wants to thwart the plan, and tells the Turk in confidence that Pantic is gay. However, the Turk is also gay.

However, the Turk is also gay. Sojic wants to thwart the plan, and tells the Turk in confidence that Pantic is gay. After car crash with some Turk, Pantic gets the idea to build a motel for all Turks who traveling through Yugoslavia

Tight Skin 2 is the best great movie of Milan Zivkovic. The released year of this movie is 1987. There are many actors in this movie torrents, for example Nikola Simic, Milan Gutovic, Vojislav Brajovic, Josif Tatic, Ruzica Sokic, Snezana Savic, Vlasta Velisavljevic, Rahela Ferari, Boris Dvornik, Suzana Perovic, Jelica Sretenovic, Ratko Tankosic, Danica Maksimovic, Toni Laurencic, Dusan Pocek. The kind of movie are Comedy. This movie was rated by 7.7 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movies torrent. Please support us via sharing this movies to your friends . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Allie L (mx)

Eddie Izzard saves this movie with his awesomeness

Christopher S (es)

ot bad!. came back surprised. . . Expected the worst

Dale W (fr)

ointless slapstick and uninspired jokes, I highly recommend you do not watch this film. This film is 100% filler with little to no actual character moments, it needlessly tortures the neighbours who have done nothing and it refuses to have a coherent story over the lead character wanting to buy a swimming pool

Howard E (mx)

It's not going to set the box office on fire but it is a film worth seeing and not just for the stunning alpine scenery. CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA is a thought-provoking study of youth and aging. Anyone - woman or man - who has been there will be able to relate. Her ability to show a woman coming to terms with having to make that leap over the chasm to "the other side of 40" is refreshing real. Binoche, as always, is resplendent. Their words seem earnest and their laughter genuine. In this film she has great chemistry with Binoche. It would be very easy to dismiss Kristen Stewart (the TWILIGHT series) as a flash in the pan but she keeps notching up solid performances. It's a situation that frightens both of them but it's one that is mutually fulfilling at the same time. Val helps Maria prepare for her role as they read lines together but it's often difficult to distinguish between reality and fiction as their own relationship nearly parallels that of Helena and Sigrid. The sexiness is replaced by a scrubbed look. While the first act showed Maria as the seductive celebrity, now she is the working actress. Maria's hair is cut short and gone are the trappings of glamour and femininity. Moritz in the Swiss Alps. In the second act, set six months later, Maria and Val are moving into Melchior's house in Sils-Maria, not far from St. Quite fittingly, CLOUDS is presented in two acts with an epilogue. Deep down, does Maria think she was the cause of her colleague's death? Perhaps, but to Maria, Maloja Snake launches one career while marking the end of another. The play also holds fear for Maria because the actress who played Helena to Maria's Sigrid twenty years earlier committed suicide one year after the play ended its run. That role now belongs to the Jo-Anns of the world, who are, as Val says, the antiseptic of Hollywood. She is no longer the ingnue. While the role of Helena will cement Maria's place in acting's pantheon, it represents a change in how Maria will have to see herself going forward. Maloja Snake represents a poisoned chalice to Maria. This time, the director wants Maria to play Helena, the older woman, opposite up-and-coming tabloid bad girl, the vacuous, selfish but hugely popular Jo-Ann Ellis (Chlo Grace Moretz). The first time around, Maria played Sigrid, a young female assistant who sexually manipulates and uses her boss - a burnt-out, middle-aged businesswoman - to the point of the older woman's suicide. While there, she is approached by a young director who wants her to star in a revival of Melchior's play. The show must go on, including a photo shoot that Maria does for Chanel. There's no time for Maria to mourn. The two women arrive in Zurich and immediately get to work. It was the role that launched Maria's career to stardom. The playwright cast her in his play (and later his film), Maloja Snake, twenty-odd years ago when she was 18. The two of them are on their way to Zurich to accept an award on behalf of her friend and mentor, playwright Wilhelm Melchior, when they learn that Melchior has died. She is the process of getting a divorce, she is vulnerable and she may be relying on her highly efficient, personal assistant, Val (Kristen Stewart) a little bit too much for her own good. But all is not rosy. Maria Enders (played by Binoche) is a world-famous actress at the pinnacle of her success. He liked it and this film is the result. A few years back, actress Juliette Binoche pitched an idea to Assayas about a middle-aged actress who struggles to accept that her career may be over. Or is it?CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA is the latest film by French director/writer Olivier Assayas (PARIS, JE T'AIME). well, what doesn't she do to get her name in the press? If you're over 40 though, it's all over for you. . . The tabloids are awash with the latest news of Kim's butt, Miley's twerk and Lindsay's. That may be true as society becomes increasingly obsessed with youth and their exploits. Every year around Oscar (R) time, we hear that there are very few choice roles in Hollywood for older women unless your name is Meryl Streep

Lansden S (jp)

t's burning with great performances by Hackman and Dafoe. Mississippi is burning alright

Tor M (au)

5 out of 10 muzzles. 5. A film with both a story and a message, but it was never especially dramatic or frightening. Sadly it got a bit cheesy vibe with a bit overusage of slow-motion, and it's struggling to keep me very intrested after a while. The dog looks mighty scary and it seems painfully real. It got some great camera work, I really like the frog perspective. The story and the pace is pretty good, a very smooth process with no unneaded scenes. A film about an adopted dog that's been trained to kill black people

Trey G (ag)

The casting was well done but in general the movie just left me confused and annoyed