It's late 17th century. The viola da gamba player Monsieur de Sainte Colombe comes home to find that his wife died while he was away. In his grief he builds a small house in his garden into... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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It's late 17th century. The viola da gamba player Monsieur de Sainte Colombe comes home to find that his wife died while he was away. In his grief he builds a small house in his garden into...
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Gerry M (gb) wrote: Excellent film making, from script to casting and direction to sound track... One of the best films I've seen in a long time. And it deserves a wide audience. Thanks to the people who made this film possible. Good to see that talent will be seen and heard on the screen.
Gina D (it) wrote: I just saw it on a Pre-Premiere. It's really touching, you feel each one of the actors, and it presents some faces of Mexico that we know that exist and you talk about them but usually don't see all the context and people involved, so this movie reflects it completely and gives you something to think at home.
Pathetic L (gb) wrote: very excited for this.
Daniyal S (ru) wrote: I dont know... what drugs they were on, when they made this movie.
Ethereal S (it) wrote: ENGLISH: Dull and depressing, this movie deals shallowly and uninventively with important themes such as personal integrity. Among the various irritating aspects, Ian Curtis is mentioned a number of times and 2 Joy Division's songs are in the soundtrack: this movie definitely does not deserve such poetic and musical references.ITALIANO: Noioso e deprimente, il film tratta in modo superficiale e privo di inventiva tematiche importanti come l'integrita' personale. Fra i vari aspetti irritanti, viene citato diverse volte Ian Curtis e la colonna sonora include 2 brani dei Joy Division: questo film non merita assolutamente tali riferimenti poetici e musicali.
Kurt A (br) wrote: Phil Roth is the devil. All of his films blow. He is the worst director ever.
Kashtan H (ru) wrote: The usual Ozpetek movie, screaming aloud that friends are what families are made of. Once again a celebration of friendship, and death. Nice one. Oh, and beautiful music.
Matthew S (br) wrote: I'm seldom offended by a movie. But this movie offended me.
D371N 5 (mx) wrote: This movie is not good, however it is not as bad as everyone says it is in my opinion. I think the real reason people hate this movie is that it's not just bad, but it was extremely disappointing, which granted it is. There is awful acting, awful CGI, awful characters, characters act like robots, ironically the robots feel more human. This movie also introduces Jar Jar, the worst character, not only in star wars, but ever. If you loved the original series, then I recommend it I guess. But if you're not a huge star wars fan, just skip the prequels.
Robert H (kr) wrote: Movies about transgender people don't number that many (at least in mainstream cinema), and even less so the further back you go, so ORLANDO is somewhat unique by virtue of its very existence. Based on a Virginia Woolf novel (which I haven't yet read, but definitely want to), it tells the story of Orlando, an English nobleman blessed/cursed with immortality and who changes sex from male to female. Without going into spoiler territory (e.g., when and why Orlando changes), the film is largely concerned with social roles and expectations of men and women, unfairness in how women have been treated, etc. I thought it was rather interesting to for Orlando to be possessive of a woman he fancies early in the film, only to be on the receiving end of a similar proposal later on as a woman. And then there was my favorite scene where Orlando sits in on a discussion between several famous writers/poets (including Alexander Pope). All of the feminist discussion and thematic content alone makes this worth a watch, but there are a few minor quibbles to be had. The chief one is due to the main character's immortality. You get several sections in different time periods that show Orlando's progress, but it gives the film an episodic feel at times. I also wasn't terribly satisfied with the way it ended, although I'd be at a loss to posit an alternate ending without extending the running time further (and I thought it was a good length already). Suffice it to say, this is one of the best performances I've ever seen out of Tilda Swinton, although she was less convincing as a man than a woman (for obvious reasons). Still, her character isn't the only fun the film has with gender fluidity, as Queen Elizabeth is played by Quentin Crisp and there are a couple castrati who provide some diegetic music. Aside from the performances, the production design, sets, costumes, and score were all equally good. For more open-minded viewers, I can wholeheartedly recommend this. It will definitely affect the way you think about gender/gender roles.
Joel R (jp) wrote: DePalma and War Film are a strange combination, but it's a moving film that works.
Veniea T (ag) wrote: All CLASSICS are GOOD
Madison S (gb) wrote: I love the transformation sequence
Asif K (it) wrote: this does look something good .... if found :P
Leslie A (au) wrote: What a great movie...love his father..the premise is just wonderful...and you get pulled in immediately..
Brett B (gb) wrote: Solid overall flick with some good character development and portrails that aren't common in most westerns. Kind of slow at times, but a decent ending sequence helps finish it off.
Mark J (fr) wrote: One of the stupidest movies i have seen in a while. Even Miss Piggy couldn't save it.
Ada D (mx) wrote: Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, the 3D adaptation of a classic tale starring Danny DeVito, Ed Helms, Zac Efron,Taylor Swift and the legend herself Betty White. It's a fun movie for all ages to enjoy.