When the Cat's Away
When Chloe (Garance Clavel), a young Parisian, decides to take a long-overdue vacation, she has to find someone to look after Gris-Gris, her beloved cat. Everyone, including her gay male roommate, refuses to help her, but she finally makes an arrangement with the elderly Madame Renée (Renée Le Calm), who often watches over other peoples' cats and dogs. However, when Chloe comes back, Madame Renée tells her that unfortunately the cat has been lost, and the unlucky owner goes on a search for her dear animal friend. While looking for the cat, she meets many colorful characters who populate the neighborhood.
- Stars:Garance Clavel, Zinedine Soualem, Renée Le Calm, Olivier Py, Arapimou, Rambo, Simon Abkarian, Frédéric Aufray, Olivier Barny, Jane Bradbury, Joël Brisse, Olympe Brugeille, Franck Bussi, Marilyne Canto, Aline Chantal,
- Director:Cédric Klapisch,
- Writer:Cédric Klapisch
Chloe, a young woman, is going on holidays. She entrusts her beloved cat to Madame Renée's care. But one day Madame Renée (an old lady of the neighborhood) can not find the cat. Chloe ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
When the Cat's Away torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Sad story about 2 friends.
(ru) wrote: ot seen it but its probably as gd as the first one
(ru) wrote: That movie was a very funny revisit of a kids show. Made for your inenr child to enjoy. And I did enjoy it. Not the best movie of all times, but by far not as bad as all the trolls male it out to be! If you loved the show as a kid, give it a fair burl.
(jp) wrote: Pretty genius mockumentary from Peter Jackson.It's impeccably made, but could be a bit funnier. Although that would probably destroy the illusion.
(fr) wrote: This Turkey is set in Turkey! Seriously, how can such a terrific cast have made such a terrible movie. Mildly amusing in places but really a travesty to the Carry On name..
(gb) wrote: Breaking in... what, a bank? Virgin's Legs? Being Broken in the booty... what?!
(es) wrote: Very amusing, sarcastic look at the life of pampered, spoiled movie stars. Very underrated.
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(es) wrote: Slow paced, economical but gripping thriller with assured photography (busy highways, foggy mountain roads, eerie forests) and sound design. Everything just works.
(kr) wrote: A heartless conglomerate is seeking to shut down the last horse-drawn trolley in New York City, but Speedy (Harold Lloyd) won't let them undersell its proprietor without a fight. This movie's sequence of misadventures include a hypnotic trip to Coney Island's Luna Park, a cameo by Babe Ruth, plenty of traffic mayhem, and a posse of geriatric Civil War vets who tackle the bad guys with clubs, a hot iron, and even a peg leg improvised into a shank. Harold Lloyd was arguably the biggest star in Hollywood when he began working on this continuation of the stunts, bizarre similes, and physical comedy found in preceding hits like The Freshman, Grandma's Boy, and Safety Last. The advent of talkies (as well as the Great Depression) quickly made Lloyd's "Glasses Character" into a quaint relic of the Roaring Twenties, but Speedy serves as a vigorous and entertaining finale to its leading man's peak at the cultural zeitgeist.
(us) wrote: I love this musical live. I probably saw the movie long ago... but don't remember anything about it. But since Fiddler on the Roof is my favorite musical, I really should see how the DVD compares.