Woman of Rome
La Romana (Women of Rome) is a worthwhile early starring vehicle for Gina Lollobrigida. "La Lollo" plays a young woman who is strong-armed into a modelling career by her ambitious mother. Before long, she discovers that there's a lot more money to be had if she sells her body rather than merely putting it on display.
- Stars:Gina Lollobrigida, Daniel Gélin, Franco Fabrizi, Raymond Pellegrin, Pina Piovani, Xenia Valderi, Renato Tontini, Gino Buzzanca, Mariano Bottino, Giuseppe Addobbati, Giovanni Di Benedetto, Riccardo Garrone, Alberto Anselmi, Bianca Maria Cerasoli, Ada Colangeli,
- Country:Italy, France
- Director:Luigi Zampa,
- Writer:Giorgio Bassani (screenplay), Ennio Flaiano (screenplay), Alberto Moravia (novel), Alberto Moravia (screenplay), Luigi Zampa (screenplay)
During the fascist era, Adriana a beautiful young model, becomes a prostitute after a love affair gone wrong. She meets Mino, a partisan who falls in love with her and wants to redeem her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Cute little indie film that was rather slow in the middle, but otherwise charming and warm-hearted with good acting and some witty banter between the two leads.
(mx) wrote: a powerful story told in a powerful way.
(ru) wrote: The Benny Chan-package obviously never includes such filmmaking basics as character development or reasonably realistic plotlines, not even when they are actually required, as in Invisible Target with it's pseudo-moral discussion about conflicting loyalties and personal versus societal justice. What Chan brings however is action in heavy bursts, including a particularly enjoyable parkour-induced chase on foot, but as the movie's pace slows down so does the initial rush of these adrenalin-fuelled acrobatic segments. A swifter editor could probably have made Invisible Target a tolerable pastime (like the wonders Angie Lam did for Dante Lam's The Sniper for example), but Chan seems to have fallen too much in love with his movie, shamelessly exploiting the devastatingly good looks and popstar sensetivity of lead actor Nicholas Tse for two hours plus, with an incredibly dull-looking and sterile Hong Kong as backdrop.
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(fr) wrote: Cool animated Batman Beyond film.
(mx) wrote: Wait, what were the 10 things? Anyway, this is Taming of the Shrew re-imagined as a 90s high school chick flick. It's adorable and fun.Tagline: You gotta be cruel to be kind.
(ca) wrote: I've only seen it once maybe eight years ago, but i found it to be very memorable. I'd like to see it again.
(es) wrote: From director Tony Scott comes the exciting sci-fi thriller Dj Vu. The story follows an ATF agent who's recruited to join a special task force that investigates a terrorist bombing using an experimental technology that can view 4 days into the past. Denzel Washington and Jim Caviezel lead the cast and deliver some very good performances. And Tony Scott's directing brings a lot of energy and excitement to the film. The writing is also quite impressive, particularly in how it explores time travel and issues of causality. Plus, the investigation itself is engaging and takes a number of interesting turns. The plot can be a little confusing at times, but overall Dj Vu is an incredibly entertaining and action-packed film.
(br) wrote: Not as famous Hitchcock film. Pre WWII spy thriller that is entertaining, exciting, and fun. Never saw the plane crash scene coming. Loved it.