The values of life. Peeter Ristsoo, Mart Pukk, Enn Vetemaa, Peeter Sauter, Peeter Kardna, Rein Tomingas and others introduce the legendary Valli Bar and explain its importance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Valli Baar torrent reviews
Dan T (ru) wrote: Actually pretty good. The name is a bit generic, but was actually quite frightening at some points and the effects were well done.
Wes M (ag) wrote: This was redonkulously badass. Can't believe I forgot to review it before :/ oopsie.
Matthew D (de) wrote: I first saw this in New Hampshire at a hotel and loved it. The actors were great, Not a waste of time to see, 12 is a lot! Its the number of games that Tom (Steve Martin) coaches; it's also the number of months a book was on the top seller list and the number of kids they take care of.
Andy B (jp) wrote: Great film, really enjoyed iy
Stella D (ca) wrote: a lovely dance where partners are constantly changing. i can't really imagine this as an american film, especially in 1950!
John H (it) wrote: A breathlessly sensual film, even now highly provocative. The deconstruction of Western pretensions and blind imperialism as Deborah Kerr's order of nuns succumb to the atmosphere is startling enough, but the fact that it came out just before the collapse of the British Empire is nothing short of mind boggling. Kerr holds it all together, but Kathleen Byron is terrifying and unforgettable, and Jean Simmons and Sabu (in essentially cameos) are particularly memorable. Just like THE RED SHOES, its sheer beauty seduces you instantly... but the underlying tensions are rising to the surface, and the crash, once it comes, can't be stopped. A masterwork.
Laura B (fr) wrote: This is a great movie and Gary oldman totally immersed himself into this character..great bio-pic
Bruno V (nl) wrote: Hard punishment for such a small crime ...like prison-movies and this was a good classic-one