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Ziteitai pseftis

Theofilos Ferekis is the new minister of Health and Welfare who has to deal with all the "favours" he promised during the pre election period. As soon as he realizes that he will not easily...

. . As soon as he realizes that he will not easily. Theofilos Ferekis is the new minister of Health and Welfare who has to deal with all the "favours" he promised during the pre election period

Ziteitai pseftis is a movies torrent of Panagiotis Mantziafos (adaptation), Dimitris Psathas (play), Konstadina Yahali (adaptation). This movie was introduced in 2010. We can counted many actors in this movies torrent, such as Ieroklis Michaelidis, Odysseas Papaspiliopoulos, Zeta Makrypoulia, Pigmalion Dadakaridis, Pavlos Orkopoulos, Michalis Iatropoulos, Fotini Baxevani, Katia Goulioni, Thanasis Dovris, Klelia Renesi, Akis Sakellariou, Maria Filippou, Tasos Kostis, Sergios Leventis, Dimitris Mavropoulos. There are many categories, such as Comedy. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 6.1 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movies torrent. Please support us via sharing this movies to your friends

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Amy H (fr)

ybe bcos of the bear!! :P. . . but it didn't quite get there! Certainly better than most crappy horror i've seen. . . . could have made it into a comedy horror. . . . The plot of this story could have been quite good


Barnaby E (it)

An interesting period piece, based on real entries from Samuel Pepys diaries, which never quites lives up to the potential. It's just that the film veers between serious and comic and never sets out to be one or the other, or has enough of either to make it an even ride. However, the supporting cast are excellent, with Ben Chaplin suitably louche and fickle as an in-the-closet Lord, Hugh Bonneville playing less of the bumbling idiot and more of the enthusiastic toff as Samuel Pepys of the Diaries fame, Tom Wilkinson (who gets the best lines or, possibly, who just has the best comic timing) as the owner of the theatre and it's troupe of players is brilliantly sarcastic, and Rupert Everett riffs on his role as the Prince Regent from 'The Madness Of King George' by playing the same posh, likeable, airhead-eccentric in his role as King Charles II, and rounding out the cast (no pun intended) is Richard Griffiths as the villain and theatrical patron of the piece, reprising his role as Uncle Monty from 'Withnail & I' in all but costume! The art direction, set dressing and the locations themselves are brilliantly realised and beautifully done, as are the costumes and the direction. Claire Danes, as first his 'dresser' and then his successor, is never very likeable in any of her film roles (after the brilliant 'My So-Called Life' on TV), which creates an odd distance with a character you're supposed to empathise with. This is a stange movie; seriously comic, shall we say? Billy Crudrup as the main lead (the much-lauded Kynaston - who is the cream of the crop of male actors playing femaies in English Restoration London - whose story we follow in true tragedy), with his preening ego and fall from grace, is an odd choice, if I'm honest, for the lead, as he just doesn't convince as a female as he's supposed to. With everyone saying this is a sub-par 'Shakespeare In Love', there is more at work here than first meets the eye (and ear)


Esteban D (it)

Muy real la pelcula. Dolorosa, divertido, amorosa y por supuesto, con una excelente direccin


Ian C (es)

An unbelievable cast in an extremely complex portrayal of a truly dysfunctional family


Justin R (kr)

An enjoyable effort, but at the same time, it's devastatingly cliche


Kevin W (it)

Whilst it's a theme much used by him previously, it never feels like repetition. Typically for Fassbinder, he reveals love to be nothing more self-deception and a tool for others to manipulate. There's also a taped monologue which overlaps scenes in which her body is found, improvised by Spengler, which are just devastating. The sole reason for her changing her gender doesn't want to know after all. It truly is heartbreaking too; not just the emotionally tiring scenes of Elvira rejected by lovers, but also Elvira rejecting her recent femininity after Anton humilates her - she cuts her hair and wears a man's suit to reclaim her former masculinity, as if she's asserting that life was better or less difficult as a man. It transcends the film by some distance, which is often a bit erratic and struggles with certain elements midway through the film, but because of the personal angle and the fact that Fassbinder simply had to make the film for his own sanity, it's still more than worthwhile. It's a performance full of compassion and sympathy, and never pity. Featuring a dynamite lead performance by Volker Spengler (who was the sexually ambiguous son of the housekeeper in 'Chinese Roulette'), Elvira is one of Fassbinder's greatest characters. As fate has determined, this film does not have a happy ending for Elvira, with the cruelty and humiliation of those she loves/loved finally shattering her resolve. However, life and love in Fassbinder's universe is cruel and so it must be that Elvira is humilated once more by a man who no longer remembers Erwin from before, and what's more seduces Elvira's prostitute friend more or less in her presence. Believing than Anton would now want her, Elvira now seeks to find Anton, who is now a powerful businessman on the back of apparently dubious business practices (another indictment of the West German economic miracle?). Elvira when as Erwin once declared his love for Anton (Gottfried John), who remarked "it's a shame you're not a woman", a throwaway remark which Erwin then took to heart, and hence Erwin became Elvira. Fassbinder then reveals an incredibly bloody and brutal scene showing the slaughterhouse in great detail, which requires a strong stomach to endure. It was not for the benefit of her present lover, but for a co-worker at her previous place of work - a slaughterhouse. The reasons for Elvira's sex change become apparent. Their rocky relationship seems to have ended before, but whilst he can walk away, Elvira cannot cope with rejection. Elvira is over-emotional and hysterical, but we realise that this isn't the first incident of the couple splitting up. Initially beaten by a man during a cruising incident for not having a penis, she is then mistreated and abandoned by her cruel lover, who offers the parting shots that she's fat and repulsive. This was the case of Elvira, formerly Erwin (Volker Spengler), a woman who recently had a sex change operation in Casablanca, whose torrid romantic life is her downfall. This is also the case in a year with thirteen Moons, where inescapable personal tragedies may occur. Every seventh year is a Moon year and those who are strongly influenced by their emotions suffer more intensely from depression during these years. The film starts with an extended set of titles on the screen, a prologue so to speak to account for the actions and behaviour of the main protagonist. It's been suggested that had he not made the film, it's highly likely he also would have committed suicide, yet Fassbinder was able to positively use his volatile emotional state to create an incredibly moving and sympathetic account of the last days in the life of a character on the edge. Devastated after the suicide of his lover Armin Meier, who'd appeared in a few of his previous films, Fassbinder threw his energy into this hugely cathartic and personal project. At least temporarily. 'In A Year Of Thirteen Moons' was the film that saved Fassbinder's life


Matt G (de)

What do I care if you don't wanna laugh? No skin off my sunscreened nose. Or don't. Heck, watch it twice. Watch it. Real, real funny. it's funny. . . A veritable cavalcade of, "Hey! It's that guy / gal!" But mostly. Rewards people who watch lots of movies with jokes that actively work against what we've come to expect (walking off dock, lining up against wall). Mixes super dry with super broad humor brilliantly


Ryan C (ru)

It's an exciting movie that builds all the way to the final drum-off and it's some of the catchiest music you'll tap your feet to


Sean N (ag)

the best corey haim film of all time irregardless of his disappointing personal life this film is interesting with his slick-ass cool comedic perfromance this is again next to "the big hit" the most underrated action/comedy film of all time!


Steven S (de)

This is a marvelous film that I would highly recommend to anyone that enjoys a great story accompanied by superb acting from veteran Omar Sharif and the then newcomer Pierre Boulanger. This was a great French film that displays the French culture in both a low light and a high light as it travels throughout the slums of France and into Paris