Toto, Peppino, and the Hussy

Toto, Peppino, and the Hussy

Antonio, Peppino and Lucia are three brothers who live in the country near Naples. Lucia's son, Gianni, goes to Naples to study medicine, but there he knows a ballet dancer. They fall in love and, when she goes to Milan, Gianni follows her. Informed of this and afraid that their nephew will stop studying, the three Caponi brothers leave for Milan to persuade Gianni to come back and continue studying and abandon the "Malafemmina" (bad girl).

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:106 minutes
  • Release:1956
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   letter,   train,  

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Toto, Peppino, and the Hussy torrent reviews

Gagan K (nl) wrote: nice movie excellent action Gippy is good in this one like the songs must see.....

Jerry T (de) wrote: If every man who watches this would heed it's message & live the way it teaches, life in this country would improve vastly. To Rotten Tomatoes; it's about the message, not the entertainment value. I watch these movies for my interest, not what your thoughts on the content may be. In this case, you were without a doubt, Rotten in your review.

Ryan U (gb) wrote: best stunt people movie ever made!!!

Daniel B (br) wrote: hmmmm ....... sounds like something i'd like

Fredrika L (ru) wrote: At first I thought it'd be an usual Korean rom-com movie, but as the story unfolds there is a lot more to it and I cried like a baby at the end. When it comes to the actors I have to say that Kang Dong-won portrays his role as the many layered Tae-sung very well, compared to the female lead Han-kyeong, portrayed by Lee Chung-ah. It felt a bit stiff or maybe I didn't like it because I think her character is wimpy and she's so indecisive which results in her leading on the male leads, Tae-sung and Hae-won (Jo Han-sun). Still, it's a very good movie, which I recommend you watch! ;)

Dammy G (us) wrote: One word to describe this movie. Weak.

Rubia (nl) wrote: Late influence of Dogma 95. The Dogma certification in the opening credits had a strange effect on me, as going against the movement itself. Dogma 95 manifesto is very interesting, but it's reflection on contemporary cinema and on film as art and not illusion are not new (Italian neo-realism, cinma vrit) as it's not only avoiding technical manipulations that we will be able to reach the "naked cinema". Most background music are definitely an artifice to manipulate spectator - I won't mention visual effects, let's keep it simple - but in the same way we can find truth beyond technique, we can be duped by so-called reality (how true can a documentary be?). "Elsker dig for evigt" can follow almost every rule of the manifesto, but it is still a fiction that will "work" on our emotional as any other film would. When "Le scaphandre et le papillon" and "Mar Adentro" focus more on the patient's vision, "Elsker dig for evigt" focus on how the paralysis affects other's life, on Cecilie's journey through her pain. Pay attention on the opening scene, final credits and song that goes together: "lighting is not acceptable, optical work and filters are forbidden". Was that supposed to work as a contradiction to reality or they are just there? "Music must not be used unless it occurs within the scene being filmed". And the song that plays when Cecile is sleeping in the hospital with Nikolaj, for example? If "reality" is one of its strong points - in lot of scenes, the lack of "superficial" acting let it more superficial as iit'd be in a play - "reality" had been better explored by names as Andy Warhol (Eat, Sleep, Kiss, etc ), John Cassavetes and Abbas Kiarostami, just to mention some, no matter if they shot in digital video or on film or if they used or not well-known technical devices.

Benjamin v (gb) wrote: Amazing cinematography, excellent plot development, depth of character, unpredictable plot; everything this movie had absolutely NOTHING of.

Janelle T (mx) wrote: This movie was not the truest depiction of Apartheid in Soweto (to me), South Africa, but a great attempt. My love for this film was transcribed through "Sarafina" the small village girl who learned love, the appreciation of her mother,had experienced injustices of the ruling system, and her first crush all while enduring the daunting task of becoming a woman in her harsh reality. The musical notes brightened the mood and the mother Africa herself needed no introduction when the drums began to play while showing all that beautiful natural land. I'd trade the parking lots for that any day. Loved this movie.

Joel A (ca) wrote: A fierce 'not for kids' film that I believe still gets reports for being too violent.Simply the story of a group of rabbits fleeing their homeland in search of a new one but meet many foes on the way.The animation is excellent but the story is a little unnerving..a movie that film enthusiasts should see but not what you would expect.

Matthew M (kr) wrote: Such a fantastic movie. It has a spirit to it that neither of its sequels were able to capture. Michael Fox and Christopher Lloyd are a hilarious tandem and the screenplay allows every character to shine, even the villain Biff.