The drawbacks and difficulties of military life are explored in this film. Paolo Passeri (Michele Placido) is a college graduate, somewhat spoiled, somewhat effete, who finds himself in an officer training program under the stern martinet, Captain Asciutto (Franco Nero). He gradually becomes acclimated to the military mind-set, and when the Captain's wife (Miou-Miou) decides to take a romantic interest in him, he does not report her dangerous peculiarities to anyone.
- Stars:Michele Placido, Franco Nero, Miou-Miou, Patrick Dewaere, Peter Berling, Alessandro Haber, Luciano Crovato, Nino Bignamini, Massimo Boldi, Ekkehardt Belle, Nicola Di Pinto,
- Director:Marco Bellocchio,
- Writer:Sergio Bazzini (screenplay), Marco Bellocchio, Florian Hopf, Christine de Loup
The drawbacks and difficulties of military life are explored in this film. Paolo Passeri (Michele Placido) is a college graduate, somewhat spoiled, somewhat effete, who finds himself in an officer training program under the stern martinet, Captain Asciutto (Franco Nero). He gradually becomes acclimated to the military mind-set, and when the Captain's wife (Miou-Miou) decides to take a romantic interest in him, he does not report her dangerous peculiarities to anyone. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: Excellent documentary confirming that the law is an ass. Well filmed and compiled with insight and balance.
(us) wrote: A low budget scifi comedy and splatterfest that kinda grows on you... This movie mixes better and worse acting performances and is definitely low budget - but it makes do with what is has and the over-the-top characters, simple plot, sense of humor and cheap but effective special effects and gore actually combine into the makings of a fairly entertaining movie. This movie is much better than it really should be given the circumstances.
(ca) wrote: Kill is kiss.I finally watched Pontypool and I loved it! I don't know why its taking me so long to watch it. Once again, a film like this is rare and just goes to show less is more and you don't need a high budget to make an effective horror film. Creative, brilliant and intense. Pontypool builds a ridiculous amount of dread and is psychologically terrifying, it creeped me the fuck out, but also fun at times with its comedic moments. 95% of the film takes place in a radio station and has very light to no gore and violence and its one of the best films Ive seen in a while because of how refreshingly original it is and how undeniably scary it was in a mind fucking way. Highly recommended, its available and streaming on Netflix now.
(kr) wrote: These movies getting worse and worse in every movie. Maybe it is time to stop making these movies or create something which way two first films were good.
(kr) wrote: scary. nothing we haven't heard before but interesting to see it all laid out. hope obama doesn't fuck it up. money blows when you owe it.
(us) wrote: Well, film ini masuk kategori don't look the movie just by the poster, karena film ini hanya bagus di posternya aja...:)
(us) wrote: One of the most intelligent Star Trek scripts. Borrowing elements from Shakespeare, this is a fitting and sophisticated farewell to the old crew of the Enterprise. From start to finish this is a flawless entry. The action is suspenseful, the characters truthful and the story solid. (Not surprisingly, they brought back the same director from Wrath of Khan). Star Trek wouldn't get this good again until Abrams got involved. I'll miss the old crew and the classical "motion-picture-feel" of the original Trek films.
(ru) wrote: i vaguely remember this movie, but i do remember it thats all that matters. hell if i tried explaing it people would think im nuts :S
(es) wrote: This wasn't a bad movie. Sure there were some cheesy moments, but this was actually a pretty good movie.
(br) wrote: "Les Enfants Terribles" starts with boys with being boys, but maybe too much as Paul(Edouard Dermithe) is injured by an errant throw in a snowball fight lobbed by Dargelos(Renee Cosima). While Dargelos is expelled, it is not for that but for a run-in with the headmaster(Jean-Marie Robain). As far as Paul goes, the family doctor(Maurice Revel) says he will be okay with some rest, which leaves his sister Elisabeth(Nicole Stephane) to take care of him along with their invalid mother(Maria Cyliakus). When she dies, their friend Gerard(Jacques Bernard) takes them on a holiday to the sea. "Les Enfants Terribles" is a darkly entertaining tale of family tragedy and how family while comforting can also be the worst of traps at times. So while the movie has one eye on the past, it also has another one on the future, as these young people have already had more than their share of experience with death. That not only the involves the complicated feelings the characters have for each other that they have a hard time expressing despite all the words but also the movie's anticipating the French New Wave in its character structure and linking narration.