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Postcards from London is a movie starring Harris Dickinson, Jonah Hauer-King, and Alessandro Cimadamore. A stylish, sexy film about a young man's journey into an unusual form of escort work, set in an imaginary vision of London's...

Genres
Drama
Director
Steve McLean
Starring
Jonah Hauer-King, Harris Dickinson, Leonardo Salerni, Alessandro Cimadamore

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Steve McLean
Writer Steve McLean
Stars Jonah Hauer-King, Harris Dickinson, Leonardo Salerni, Alessandro Cimadamore
Country UK
Also Known As Pocztówki z Londynu, Pohledy z Londýna
Runtime 1 h 30 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 A stylish, sexy film about a young man's journey into an unusual form of escort work, set in an imaginary vision of London's Soho.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 15 Jul 2020 03:50

I really loved this movie. If you're looking for a little more realism in the movie then you should watch the movie 'Election'. However, it is not very easy to look at this movie with the same degree of difficulty. I thought it was amazing. I really felt like I was living in the 1920's. There were so many elements that were believable and in some cases very beautiful. The music was great. It was like it was playing itself in the background while you were watching the movie. I thought the character development was really good. The way they introduced all of the characters was really good. I also thought that the movie was really powerful. I loved the movie's portrayal of the downtrodden classes of the British Empire. It really showed that the rich and the poor were very much alike. In the movie, the upper class were depicted as being incredibly privileged and enjoyed a lifestyle that was beyond that of the common man. The people in the lower classes, on the other hand, were shown as being incredibly oppressed. They were treated like slaves and treated very badly. In the movie, it was really amazing how they were treated. I think that the movie was very accurate. I also thought that it was extremely well made. There was really nothing that I didn't like about the movie. I really love the characters in the movie. I also really love the plot. I loved how the movie portrayed the class system and how it affected the people in it. I thought the movie was really well made and it was really entertaining. I really recommend this movie to anyone who likes historical movies and I would really recommend it to anyone who likes drama and adventure movies. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 09:17

Cinematic masterpieces from the '40s and '50s were some of the most critically acclaimed films of the decade. On the strength of these films, the filmmaker may have been able to capitalize on the same audiences, but more often than not, the film was a commercial disappointment. And yet, the director was able to gain an enduring following. One of the most famous films of the decade is 'A Woman Under the Influence,' a dark, brilliant, tragic tale of a mother who can't let go of her son, even though the boy's sex drive is constantly out of control. This film is not a major blockbuster like 'The Graduate' or 'A Simple Plan,' but it is the type of film that will garner comparisons to the great films of the past. It was the 'Gone with the Wind' of its time, a classic that will likely stand the test of time. In the first half of 'Cinematic Titanic,' we meet Marlene Dietrich as the eccentric and quirky wife of movie director Stanley Kramer. She is a woman who enjoys spending time with her family, but only in the sense that they are in a wonderful place. She seems to be having a ball, but the constant bombardment of psycho-babble from her husband, Stanley Kramer, makes her wonder if she has really got that much fun. At one point, she even attempts to leave her husband, who is now having a terrific time at the same time. When Stanley Kramer leaves for his latest production, Marlene begins to suspect that Stanley has been having an affair with another woman. The film goes on to show how Stanley's life has changed since he met the woman who is now his wife. What Marlene believes to be fun and joy in his life begins to lose its charm when Stanley starts to realize how much he has lost. In the end, Stanley Kramer has abandoned Marlene for another woman. This is the only film of its kind that has been ever made. A Woman Under the Influence is a complete, well-told, and completely original film that has never been seen before, and it will be one of the films that will never be seen again. If you are a fan of 'Cinematic Titanic,' then you will enjoy this film.


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