Without Destination

Without Destination

Sin Destino follows the life of a 15 year old Mexican boy, Francisco, as he struggles to survive on the streets. His primary source of income is money raised by prostituting himself to men for sex, and the film implies that this learned behaviour has arisen as a result of a contact with a single man when Francisco was 9 years old. This man, Sebastien, is an "artist" who initially claimed to want to photograph the boy, but it is clear that their relationship at one time extended far beyond that of photographer/model.

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Without Destination torrent reviews

Claudette A (au) wrote: It's an ok film. Don't you just like the way the films say "based on a true story" and there is no information about it on the internet. Well this is one of them.

Jessie K (au) wrote: I loved it! It was a perfect blend of suspense, drama, and romance.

Josh S (fr) wrote: A great movie that I thoroughly enjoyed, even though its a bit old now, I can watch this movie again and again, but I can see why it is not to everyone's taste but I thoroughly enjoy it.

Paul V (it) wrote: Shocking movie, as in shockingly bad. Think it's meant to be funny, but it certainly didn't work for me.Apparently a sequel was made. Won't be going anywhere near it!

Samantha K (de) wrote: Was actually pretty decent for a Lifetime movie.

Ryan T (nl) wrote: Contains a surprising modicum of substance, for a French film.

David R (de) wrote: I really like the action

Jeff B (kr) wrote: In the classic Cat People, Jacques Tourneur played on our fears by capitalizing on ambiguity, terrorizing audiences with a deadly predator that remains sight unseen. In the legendary Jaws, Steven Spielberg played on our fears by capitalizing on our overactive imaginations, frightening audiences with a deadly predator that remains mostly sight unseen. With the psychological thriller Head Trauma, director Lance Weiler's plays on our fears by giving us a mind-bending Rosharch Test in which the protagonist - and the audience by proxy - spirals into a terrifying dreamstate where reality, like ink-blots, evolves out of what we think is seen. After a 20 year absence, a drifter with a troubled past (Mola), returns home to settle his grandmother's estate, only to find that her house is scheduled for demolition. As he tries to save his legacy from the wrecking ball with the help of some friends (Mangan, Monahan), a series of disturbing nightmares threatens to unravel a deeply repressed secret involving a mysterious young woman (Brandee Sanders). Like Tourneur and Speilberg in the early stage of their careers, Weiler has a limited bag of tricks due to a restrictive budget, but resourcefully uses it well. Having honed his skills well on the cunning shocker The Last Broadcast, he shuffles the base aesthetics and a tricked-out soundtrack into a scary-as-hell narrative that seems almost epic, if only because he is playing with our own skewered perception. The fine cast fires on all cylinders, making the tale all the scarier because they look so terrifyingly, well, normal. Weiler learned well: An audience certainly does not need an airbrushed Sarah Michelle Gellar crawling around in leather pants to signify ultimate terror. Bottom line: Get some Head.

Luis H (nl) wrote: this movie was slooow. Just a bunch of typical Japanese myth/weird things going on that leads to more weird things. Big whoop. Explain how this is so great. I dare u. I did like the unique boss ending and ending in general but, damn, did it take forever to get there.

Daniel H (kr) wrote: First half is some of the best comedy I've ever seen. Kind of Falls apart towards the end.

Jason M (br) wrote: William Hurt puts on a great performance and Lee Marvin also does well as the films villian. I would say the only drawback is that it can feel a little slow at times

Philippe P (au) wrote: Mention au directeur de la photo, aux d (C)corateurs et aux rep (C)reurs. Les sc (C)naristes auraient pu faire un effort, par contre...

Cattera Y (it) wrote: Austin Powers in GoldmemberEven though the third film lost some of it's mojo, the luxurious Austin Powers in Goldmember still smashing and very shagadelic.. yeah, baby!

Mikko K (br) wrote: This movie is plain shit. It doesn't make sense. There are serious plot holes. The characters don't act like normal people would. The main character is a mindless zombie. Their is an abundance of needless soft-core porn which is indicative of a shitty C- movie. There is sooo much wrong in this movie that every five minutes or less I was pointing out something that was clearly wrong.DO NOT WATCH THIS GARBAGE.

Joseph T (au) wrote: One of the greatest of all time

Edgar J L (it) wrote: I like Francis, but he's not Frank.

Mel Z (gb) wrote: Good film. Good plot.