Village by the River

Village by the River

An independent-thinking doctor in a rural community with his own ideas of how medicine should be practiced begins to find himself ostracized from the community after one of his patients commits suicide.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:1958
  • Language:Dutch
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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Village by the River torrent reviews

Brian P (mx) wrote: the best movie about parking lot attendants i have ever seen.

Nick K (au) wrote: Mixed feelings on this one. Points for good performances, but sadly a very predictable and sometimes pointless plot.

John Y (ru) wrote: Same as the TV show, but way too much Japanese homages.

Jacob B (br) wrote: Cinematic Science-Fiction in its top form; it mixes cyborgs and action with important science fiction concepts and a powerful human story.

Lee M (ag) wrote: Behind the narrative twists and contrived dramatic complications is a searing and scary look at dysfunction.

Leo K (kr) wrote: Utter junk. The violence is rubbish, and everything from the opening credits to the 20+ seconds long shots of the mummy slowly making its way through the tacky lightning flashes (for which no rain ever occurs) takes fucking ages. Painfully dull and the quote from one of the characters at the end mirrors your feelings 'I just want to forget this ever happened'

Jennifer H (au) wrote: This is the most terribly gay film I've watched. I think guys may get nausea when watching this film but it's really a good watch. It simply portrays the queer youth so well. Should watch if you haven't watched any classic gay film like this.

Trevor S (us) wrote: The only good parts of this movie came when the funny ass dinosaurs made constipation noises, and when the tubular smoked out boyfriend opened his mouth. Have a little biscuit with your tea.

Tim M (es) wrote: Miike is still honing his skills in this flick. The quality is grainy and the music is terrible. Good plot, mediocre fights.

Nikhil M (nl) wrote: Starts off well, loses plot in the middle but ends up nicely.

Scott R (ca) wrote: Fun and beautiful romantic comedy. Rome is amazing.

Sarfara A (fr) wrote: Out of the Past a film-noir screenplay by Daniel Mainwaring and directed by Jacuqes Tourneur (Cat People). Starring, Robert Mitchum, Kirk Douglas and Jane Greer. It is adopted from the novel called 'Build My Gallows High' Most of the story is told in New York is told in flashback: Jeff (Robert Mitchum) was formerly a private-eye in New York and then working for a gangster named Whit Sterling (Kirk Douglas), he is now running a pump-station in small town and spending days with his sweetheart Ann (Virginia Huston) by the lake fishing. In those days, Jeff was hired by Whit to track down a woman named Kathie (Jane Greer) - an irresistible beauty full of sexiness and treachery in her. Kathie had shot Sterling four times and ran away his money $40,000, Whit only wants her back and describes it why is that so in one line to Jeff 'When you see her, you'll understand better.' - a man surprises Jeff one fine day at station who tells him that Whit wants to see him - Jeff had double-crossed Whit by eloping with Kathie who has by now returned back to Whit. Jeff, is lured into doing one more job for Whit, that of obtaining affidavit from Whit's secretary in San Francisco who has been blackmailing him. Robert Mitchum and Kirk Douglas are worth seeing together; you have the chances of experiencing witty remarks passed between the two and fiery but calm exchange of lines. Whosoever has seen Tourneur's Cat People should not undermine director Tourneur's capability working around story involving film-noir. Nicholas Musuraca worked as a cinematographer on Out of the Past; he also had collaborated with the director on his previous film Cat People - he used excellent lighting for scenes involving smoke of cigarettes (more cigarettes than in any other film-noir and it really kept the climate of the movie darker). Excellent film-noir, everyone knows he/she is being double-crossed and yet go along giving each other, a chance to pass through. Out of the Past comes with brilliant direction as well as superb cinematography - it is debated to be among the best of film-noir.

Mykola G (jp) wrote: Tries to paint a picture how people become terrorists these days. Not bad.

Greg A (ru) wrote: A colossal disappointment with a very misleading title. I thought this movie was a Viagra documentary so I never bothered to check it out at the theater. Sara Jessica Parker helps M. McConaughey get his mojo back without viagra. It also doesn't help that McConoghey is leaning into Parker on the poster just like a flaccid penis. Failure to Launch is exactly right. A viagra documentary would have been worth my time. FALSE ADVERTISING.