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(14268) 7.3 136 min 2018

The Nightingale is a movie starring Aisling Franciosi, Sam Claflin, and Michael Sheasby. Set in 1825, Clare, a young Irish convict woman, chases a British officer through the rugged Tasmanian wilderness, bent on revenge for a...

Aisling Franciosi, Claire Jones, Michael Sheasby, Sam Claflin
Drama, Thriller, Adventure
Jennifer Kent

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Thriller, Adventure
Director Jennifer Kent
Writer Jennifer Kent
Stars Aisling Franciosi, Claire Jones, Michael Sheasby, Sam Claflin
Country Australia
Also Known As ナイチンゲール, Słowik, Slavuj
Runtime 2H 16M
Description Stripped of her humanity and repeatedly violated without recourse, a young Irish convict is left for dead by a depraved British lieutenant and his degenerate colonialist cronies. With nothing left to lose, she enlists the services of an orphaned Aboriginal tracker to navigate the Tasmanian wilderness and exact revenge.

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Wednesday, 27 Jan 2021 05:12

The film is a gripping adaptation of a classic play by P.T. Barnum. The original was set in 1857, the year Barnum entered the United States and brought with him the wealth he gained from his success. The film, however, has to deal with the great depression and the aftermath of the Wall Street crash of 1929. That is where the story begins, and the film does an excellent job of putting the events of that time into the context of the age we live in today. The casting for this film was very well thought out, especially considering the material it had to work with. However, for the most part, the casting was not really my fault. I think the director and the cast did a great job of selecting people who had the right attitude, and the right look. As I have said in other reviews, I loved the look of this film. It was dark, mysterious, and modern. This is a film that is hard to dislike. However, I found it to be somewhat slow moving, at times. The book was certainly better. The cast all do a good job. Especially the English, but I also liked Tom Wilkinson. He was perfect for this role. The biggest problem I have with this film is that it was so well acted and the film was so well acted, that it could have been so much better. The film is good, but it could have been so much better. However, if you see the film and don't have read the book, it is worth the time. The story is well told, and the cast does an excellent job of bringing it to life. The acting is very good. Some scenes are a bit long, but this was just a minor annoyance. However, the film is still very good. I recommend this to anyone who is into fantasy, especially those who are fans of the Lord of the Rings and the Harry Potter series. I am not a Harry Potter fan, but I loved this film. I would also recommend this to anyone who is a fan of The Hobbit, or any fantasy movie for that matter. I give it 9/10.
Thursday, 14 Jan 2021 15:44

I was first introduced to the Kubrick-Horror-Fiction theme in my school days, and the movies which I enjoyed most were those which were accompanied by a single scene which gave a glimpse of the underlying moral dilemma of the characters. Here, the scene is the very first one of the movie, and it is very reminiscent of a scene in "Penny Dreadful" - except, as with the latter movie, this is not a horror movie, but a psychological one. The movie is not a thriller as it could be, but it's more of a drama about a man who makes mistakes and does things which are not in his own interest. It is not a masterpiece as it could be, but it is a very good one. We have Kubrick's sense of telling a story, a great amount of talent and a very interesting directorial style. The movie is an achievement in this respect. The rest of the movie is equally great. However, I think that the climax is a little too quick and a little too smooth. For instance, in the first scene of the movie, the ending is already revealed. However, in the following scenes, we are left with the impression that Kubrick's whole movie was already revealed. This is a good thing because it shows that the director did not try to pull this movie out of the bag and somehow fill the holes by the end. It is like a bad man going to his hotel and declaring "You see, my wife is sleeping with my enemy and I can't stop her. What am I going to do, commit suicide or something?" The climax is a little too convenient for me. The actors are of the highest caliber, and the movie could not be better if it tried to be a melodrama and not a psychological drama. I would recommend it to anyone who likes Kubrick, and to everyone who likes to see good movies. I give it a 9 out of 10, for the very good job of the movie.
Tuesday, 15 Dec 2020 13:21

The Nightingale is a great, dramatic thriller with the use of flashbacks. It is the story of the young farmer who lives in the countryside in England. His father is a farmer and his mother is a housewife. He is a diligent, hard-working farmer who loves his wife, daughter and son. When his wife, daughter and son are murdered, he is forced to go into hiding and is able to earn money by taking care of animals for the local farmer. The detective, Tom Hardy, is his father and he sees everything from his point of view. When he is able to see the farmer's daughter, he is able to be very cruel to her. He abuses her physically, verbally, and psychologically. He keeps her in his shed and takes her and her younger sister into his house. Eventually, she becomes pregnant. The farmer is able to produce enough wool to feed a family. He and his wife help the girl to continue her education. When the girl is able to work and produce enough wool, she is able to buy food for the family. But the farmer has to sell some of his wool. So he returns to his farm, but this time, he is unable to find enough wool to sell. He finally runs away. As he goes, he watches his young daughter and his father being killed. The film ends with Tom Hardy and Rachel Weisz's performances. The film is filmed in black and white and features some great performances. The atmosphere in the film is fantastic. The film has great pacing. The pacing is good, but the film is a little slow at some points. The film is very well directed by Nigel Gostelow. The film is one of the best films of 2017. The Nightingale is a great thriller, it is a great drama, and it is a great film. 9/10
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 11:53

In 1924, James Boswell is sent to investigate the disappearance of a young nurse from a sanitarium after a brutal attack. After being granted entry to the premises, he finds himself in the middle of a murder mystery, but an escaped convict named Dr. Samuel King who's on the run from the authorities and looking for a prestigious fellowship. He wants to reveal his plans to the public before he can do it. If you have seen "Midnight Cowboy", "The Shawshank Redemption" and "The Big Sleep" you know that this is a great movie. If you haven't seen any of those movies, you are in for a treat. Here we have another twist on the classic novel by Stephen King, with a modern twist on the themes of power and individual freedom. In a scene where a character is not saying much at all, and the dialog seems to be in line with the rest of the film. By focusing more on what is going on with this character, and not the ordinary lines of conversation, the film is able to add some realism to the story. We then see an un-realistic but very good cop/con situation. We also see a twist on the modern idea of friends and friends of friends being in lock up together. The film becomes a real thriller as we have the detective thinking of ways to free his friends in hopes of being himself before his actions. In the end we see an amazingly written twist on the ideas of what friends are and where friends are when friends aren't around. This film is a must see for all Stephen King fans, regardless of their age or mood. I know that this film is highly rated and will certainly be considered a classic for many years to come.
Saturday, 12 Sep 2020 19:04

I'll confess it - I love that movie. I first saw it when I was about 10, and I was intrigued, captivated, enraptured. I saw it again when I was about 10 and again about 15 and then at about 16. It's a great film for anyone. I think that if you are in that age group, you would probably appreciate it more. There is no explanation in the movie, no need to be a special person to appreciate it. It's just a movie, and you don't have to have a deep and abiding interest in the subject. If you've got something to do, you'll enjoy it, because it's just good, old-fashioned entertainment. And if you have nothing to do, you'll enjoy it. I think the movie was a work of genius. For my kids, it's a classic, because they are huge Victorian classics fans. They get very excited about it. For me, the movie is just very satisfying. I like that it focuses on character development. The character's are written so much more than usual. As you can tell, I like it very much. I was interested to know what it was like for young people in those days, and then watching it. Well, I don't think any child under 10 should see it. I think children under 10 should only ever see the end of the movie. I think children below 10 should only ever watch the beginning. And no matter what, they should not see the movie again. For them, that would be a complete waste of their time, as the movie would be completely forgotten about, no matter how they watched it. So, kids, don't watch it. They should watch their own movies. It's an excellent movie, with excellent acting, excellent cinematography, and superb writing. I give it an eight out of ten. I think it's a very worthwhile movie.
Tuesday, 01 Sep 2020 12:54

If you're not a fan of this film, I cannot understand why you would choose to watch this film. It's an excellent film, however it could have been better. It's about two women who were involved in the theft of a priceless painting, who ends up in the hands of the Duke of Beaufort. They are brought into custody, and are taken to the castle of the Duke. There, they have to live and survive in the feudal society of the Duke, in a manner of speaking. Some scenes make me sick to my stomach. I feel sick at the thought of such a bleak life. As well, I don't believe the Duke would allow such a poor woman to be taken to his castle, and suffer like this. What I don't understand is why the Duke would only release the two women to work at his castle, in exchange for giving them control over the painting. They have to spend their time guarding it, doing all sorts of chores and tasks, while living in a miserable life. I don't understand it. I think the Duke is evil, because he treats women like this. The end of the film is such a cliche, and makes no sense at all. I felt so manipulated, that I didn't want to watch this film, even though I had loved it when I first saw it. It was very good, but could have been so much better. Also, I didn't like the prince at all. I found him annoying, and the fact that he kept talking to the ladies, made me want to punch him. I felt very sorry for him, and it didn't help that he was treated very rudely. I am not a very nice person, and I'm not going to put myself in the position of the two women. I don't know why, but I think they deserved better.
Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 19:42

I recently went on a trip with a group of 15 to 20 friends who never saw this movie. I have only recently gotten around to seeing this movie. I was worried this movie was going to be too dark and it wasn't. While I was sitting there, I kept asking myself what the hell was the point. After all, it is a film of choices. You have to go with your gut, whatever your gut tells you. But the film really could have used a better story. It has a lot of good things going for it, but a lack of story always comes back to bite you in the ass. And there really isn't one. But the stars of the film were the performances of the three leads, John Hurt, Richard Burton, and Penelope Wilton. I think Hurt is really the best, but I have to admit, Burton was wonderful as well. I also enjoyed the movie a lot because I watched it for the first time after it came out on DVD, and I hadn't even seen it before. I am sure I will rewatch the movie over and over. I think it is a film that should be viewed for the performances it is truly great. One problem I had was that I was expecting it to be an action movie and in that sense I was disappointed. I found the film to be really dark, but not over the top. Also I think the ending was a little rushed and I think it could have gone in a more straight forward way. I really liked this film. It was well-done, it had some very powerful performances, and it had a dark and twisted plot. The stars of the film, the 3 lead actors, all did great in their roles and that was a big compliment for me. I highly recommend this film for anyone who wants to see a good film with strong performances and a great plot.

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