Treno popolare

Treno popolare

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:63 minutes
  • Release:1933
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:boat,   bicycle,   train,  

His 1933 debut, following some years as a journalist and then script boy, was Treno popolare, an early sound lark about several Roman petit bourgeois on a day trip to the country that was influenced by the German proto-neorealist silent picture People on Sunday (1930). Produced at the height of the fascist era, Treno popolare was nonetheless free of propaganda, and featured the first film score by the legendary composer Nino Rota. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Treno popolare torrent reviews

Scott R (de) wrote: Groundbreaking submarine war drama.

Josh E (au) wrote: Suppose to be a comedy but instead just ends up being depressing. Even Cary Grant can't save this film!

Joan O (br) wrote: OK pre-code would like to see an updated version

Susi S (ca) wrote: One of my all time favourite movies....I don't get the bad reviews. Certainly it is gruesome and horrific but at the same time it is spell binding. I recommend this flick.

Chris W (it) wrote: Set in Houston, Texas in 1998, and based on actual events, this indie drama focuses on Mike Weiss- a talented young lawyer and functioning drug addict. Along with his straight-laced law partner Paul Danziger, they run a modestly successful mom and pop style personal injury law firm. Their business really picks up when, after taking on the case of an ER nurse who accidentally got stuck with a contaminated needle, they find themselves embroiled in a web of conspiracy with big business interests are lawyers far more powerful than they are. Though it is a Herculean task, the two buck up and do their best to fight for what's right, despite all that stands in their way.In a way this kind of feels like the cinematic equivalent of an airport novel, but I mean that in a positive way. It's well paced, engaging, and keeps you interested. There are shades of familiarity of course, and it's not the deepest material either, but there's still a fair amount of substance, and what really holds it all together is the lead performance by Chris Evans, who once again adds another solid piece of work to his resume. Evans is fun to watch, quite convincing, and does a good job at balancing the slick lawyer side with the wild side. As his foil, co-director Mark Kassen is fine as Paul. We also gets some okay work from Vinessa Shaw as their nurse client, Marshall Bell as a key player in their investigation, and an all too brief, but still fine appearance by Michael Biehn as another piece of the puzzle.The film is not all that different from other legal procedurals, but what makes it worth it is the acting (especially from Evans), the fact that it's a neat real-life based story, and the cinematography, which is a nice blend of darkness and light.I found this to be a nice satisfying little drama and, though it's not groundbreaking, it is still done decently well enough to warrant a watch.

Tanner B (kr) wrote: -IGNORE THIS RATING4/4Controversial, violent, and intense story of an isolated couple, American mathematician Hoffman and his British wife George, who are menaced by locals. Screenplay by David Zelag Goodman and Sam Peckinpah, from Gordon Williams' novel, The Siege of Trencher's Farm. Score by Jerry Fielding. Remade in 2011.

Brandon L (de) wrote: it was sort of fun, and sort of comical, and sort of bizarre, but i think it made best of its intentions, and i learned a thing or two about Shakespeare's plays/