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A Quiet Passion is a movie starring Emma Bell, Sara Vertongen, and Rose Williams. The story of American poet Emily Dickinson from her early days as a young schoolgirl to her later years as a reclusive, unrecognized artist.

Drama, Biography
Terence Davies
Benjamin Wainwright, Rose Williams, Emma Bell, Sara Vertongen

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Genres Drama, Biography
Director Terence Davies
Writer Terence Davies
Stars Benjamin Wainwright, Rose Williams, Emma Bell, Sara Vertongen
Country USA, Belgium, Canada, UK
Also Known As Sessiz Bir Tutku, En stilla passion, Além das Palavras, Hiljainen intohimo, Emily Dickinson, a Quiet Passion, 静かなる情熱 エミリ・ディキンスン, Una serena pasión, Ήρεμο πάθος, A lélek saját társat választ, Historia de una pasión, Tiha strast, Émily Dickinson: L'histoire d'une passion, Cicha namiętność
Runtime 2 h 5 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The story of American poet Emily Dickinson from her early days as a young schoolgirl to her later years as a reclusive, unrecognized artist.

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Monday, 06 Apr 2020 16:17

This is a good story, even if it's not completely accurate. At least it is a story that's worth telling, as I find it very engaging. The film follows the life of Max Vondra, a French businessman and philanthropist who is in the process of building a spa for the women of Haiti, in order to help them heal from their severe physical and mental wounds from years of civil war and mass murder. When Vondra's younger brother dies, his family's financial situation becomes desperate, and he decides to move the spa to an isolated island, where the spa's founder and his four daughters can live in relative luxury. On the island, the spa's founders and employees live a happy, carefree life, with the spa's luxuries and conveniences offered to them. However, their lifestyle seems to be a source of problems for the inhabitants of the island. A local girl is being attacked by a local child, and Vondra is called to the island to help her. He soon discovers that the island's people are suffering from a terrible affliction called cancer, and that a local drug company has developed a drug that can cure the disease. However, the drug is only for the people of the island, and is extremely expensive to administer. He becomes suspicious that the drug is being used to kill the people of the island, and begins to investigate. "A Quiet Passion" is a good movie. It has good acting, and the story is engaging. It is definitely worth watching, if only for the acting, but I also recommend it to anyone who has an interest in history, particularly on the island of Haiti. It's a good story, told in a good way, that's worth seeing.
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 17:41

A Quiet Passion is a film by the man behind The Room (2004). This is the film that I consider to be his best film to date, in my opinion. A Quiet Passion is an interesting film, because it has a couple of different storylines. The first storyline is about a young boy who lives with his parents. He has a brother and a sister. One day, a man named Patrick (played by Chris Pine) comes to the house and is trying to find a place for the young boy. He eventually finds a church, and the boy's family then decides to move in with Patrick. The boy's family eventually goes through some difficulties in adjusting to the new surroundings, but eventually, the young boy finds happiness. The second storyline is about a young woman named Sally (played by Scarlett Johansson). Sally is in a relationship with a man named Tom (played by Paul Dano). Tom and Sally are in a relationship for a short while, but eventually, they break up. The young woman decides to move in with Sally. Sally eventually gets a job at a clothing store, and is able to take care of her son. The third storyline is about a man named Bill (played by Danny Glover). Bill is a small town guy who has a drug problem. He is often arrested, and never gets the help he needs. The fourth storyline is about a man named Sam (played by Scott Speedman). Sam is a former alcoholic who now is able to lead a normal life. He lives in a small town, and is able to help people that need help. The film is interesting because of the different storylines. There is also a lot of humor throughout the film. The film is good because it has an interesting story, a good story, and good acting. This film is a good film that I would recommend to people.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 05:19

In his first full-length film, Paul Thomas Anderson (director of "Boogie Nights", "Magnolia" and "Rushmore") and his writer/actor brother Ben (Ethan Hawke) bring the story of an English teacher (Helena Bonham Carter) who suddenly becomes the target of an attempt on her life, which is carried out by a pair of Muslim brothers who are hired by a local government official to dispose of her. At the same time, the local gangster Silas (Alan Rickman) starts a friendship with her. The film is an interesting portrait of a woman who is quickly becoming the target of people who want to destroy her. Anderson has a unique style that is unique for a filmmaker. He uses close-ups, long shots, a slow-motion camera, and has a special camera that is used for long shots. This style is one that is really unique for a filmmaker, and is one that Anderson uses very well in "The Master". However, it can be quite distracting and it's very hard to get used to. The film has some interesting scenes that you can't help but notice. For example, the scene where Silas asks Helena to take a ride with him and the scene where Helena is shown topless by Silas. I really liked these scenes, and they are actually pretty funny. Anderson also uses this style to his advantage, and I'm sure that you'll have fun with it. However, the style does have a drawback that is that it takes away from the film a bit. This is because it can become distracting. However, Anderson is able to get away with this because of his unique style. Overall, "The Master" is an interesting film, but it's a bit of a confusing one. I think that the style helps to make the film more interesting, but it also takes away from the film a bit. However, it's still a good film and I recommend it to anyone who wants to see a good movie about a teacher who is targeted by people who want to kill her.
Saturday, 21 Mar 2020 11:27

The American film industry has produced many classic films that left an impression on audiences and critics alike. From Citizen Kane, Casablanca and The Ten Commandments to The Thin Red Line and The Pledge, these films have made their mark on the public consciousness. This film was directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the same man who directed the fantastic Short Term 12, and it's a fascinating look at the life of a typical working class family. The film follows the real-life story of the Bennetts as they try to raise their two children and continue their family business. The Bennetts have been living in rural Nebraska since the 1940s, and they're still living the same suburban life they've always known. They're not sure what they're going to do with their life. Their daughter is the primary breadwinner, and they're still trying to figure out what their future is. One thing that really stands out about this film is the photography. I've seen a few documentaries about the Bennetts, but I have to admit that this was the first documentary I've seen that has been able to capture the Bennett's ordinary lives so well. The documentary takes a long time to get started, but it's worth it. The documentary follows the Bennetts through their various moments of adversity, from a car accident to their annual family reunion. It's a fascinating look at the life of the Bennetts, and one of the most important aspects of the film is the footage of the family. The Bennetts themselves are not only very interesting, but the movie also takes great care to capture their everyday lives. It's not easy to be a family in rural Nebraska, and it's not easy to make a living in a small town. The film is quite a bit longer than it needs to be, but it's still worth it. The film is an eye-opener about the lives of the average American family, and it's a good film that shows that life can be a bit boring and uninteresting, but it can also be quite a rewarding experience. I recommend this film to anyone who's interested in the lives of ordinary Americans.

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