Vitus tells the story of a highly-gifted boy (played by real-life piano prodigy Teo Gheorghiu) whose parents have demanding and ambitious plans for him.

The film tells the story of a highly-gifted boy whose parents have demanding and ambitious plans for him - they want him to become a pianist. However, one day the boy, Vitus, is no longer ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Vitus torrent reviews

Paul D (kr) wrote: It's an interesting snapshot of certain customs of a group in Russia, although the voice-over makes it feel like a documentary with its explanation of the environment and what we are seeing the main character undertake. It's beautifully shot even if the intention is to keep the film's appearance as bleak.

Keith M (au) wrote: alot of style and set pieces in this film with great performances from all around. It's a bit slow paced for in the west but it's still good.

Gimly M (nl) wrote: Not one of Broken Lizard's strongest entries, but perhaps classic viewing for those in the state that it's characters are: Drunk.

Don S (us) wrote: Low-budget zombie fare that actually has plenty of the undead creatures in it (unusual with little cash for effects). The story is easy to swallow, and I liked the back-and-forth interchanges between the two leads. The anti-government theme throughout was an unwanted distraction. I liked it more than I thought I would, but it still doesn't qualify as being worth your time and money.

Tamika M (es) wrote: Good Movie!!! Loved the ending!

Donnell B (it) wrote: My all time favorite hood movie sad to say that this type of stuff happen everyday..

Tyler H (ca) wrote: A cliche, but mostly sweet talking animal movie with good actors to balance it out.

Robyn (mx) wrote: want to see this one

Simon T (fr) wrote: Even Spielberg accepts this is one giant turkey. Pitched throughout at 'too much', it's an over-choreographed, under-plotted, self-indulgent attempt at sending up the immediate aftermath of Pearl Harbour, with veteran screen stars like Robert Stack, Warren Oates, Toshiro Mifune Slim Pickens and Elisha Cook Jnr playing second fiddle to emerging Saturday Night Live comedians like John Candy, Dan Aykroyd and the genuinely gifted John Belushi. Makes you yearn for Eric Rohmer.

Juan David C (mx) wrote: It works better as the prequel to Alfonso Cuaron's unforgettable Children of Men.