The Page Turner 2006

The Page Turner (2006)

Evaluation: 6.7 (Votes: 64)

Movie Drama, Music "The Page Turner" Torrent is rated with 6.7 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 64 ratings by critics. Film is released in 2006-08-09 by Diaphana Films, Les Films à Un Dollar, . The main stars are Clotilde Mollet, Jacques Bonnaffé, Pascal Greggory, Catherine Frot, Déborah François, Christine Citti, André Marcon, Martine Chevallier, Michèle Ernou, Xavier de Guillebon, Frédéric Moulin, . The length of the whole piece is 85 minutes.

Original title: La tourneuse de pages
Genres: Drama, Music
Release date 2006-08-09
Duration: 85 Min
Country: France
State: Released

The Page Turner 2006 - Download Torrent limetorrents RARBG EZTV TORRENT9 1337X ZOOQLE KickAss YIFY TORRENTZ2 Streaming Magnet - Mélanie Prouvost, a ten-year-old butcher's daughter, is a gifted pianist. That is why she and her parents decide that she sit for the Conservatory entrance exam. Although Mélanie is very likely to be admitted, she unfortunately gets distracted by the president of the jury's offhand attitude and she fails. Ten years later, Mélanie becomes her page turner, waiting patiently for her revenge.

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Critic Reviews

Ken Fox

MetaScore: 88 Autor: Ken Fox

The film flows like a sinister and unsettling piece of music, from gripping overture to the tightly orchestrated movements to the unforgettable coda.

Josh Rosenblatt

MetaScore: 67

A revenge fantasy fit for a Seventies arthouse theatre: There are no knives or armies of kung-fu acrobats, no torture scenes involving rusty pliers; there's only a creeping malevolence quietly wreaking havoc on an otherwise normal bourgeois family.

Kamal AL-Solaylee

MetaScore: 88

The secret of the film's success is performance, performance, performance.

Ella Taylor

MetaScore: 50 Autor: Ella Taylor

Though The Page Turner clearly aims for ambiguity of meaning, you'd have to be blind, or deaf to the strenuously long-faced score, to miss the signs and portents that keep piling up in this dispiritingly transparent movie, which brandishes its foregone conclusion 20 minutes in.

Mick LaSalle

MetaScore: 50 Autor: Mick LaSalle

A big fizzle.

Stephen Hunter

MetaScore: 70 Autor: Stephen Hunter

What The Page Turner lacks in scale and ambition, it makes up for in precision. It's a small French delicacy, tart, acerbic and cynical, that focuses on three or four characters and yet manages to bring them and their dilemmas to vivid life.

Michael Hardy

MetaScore: 50

The stakes in this story seem too low to justify its audience’s attention. If The Page Turner were a novel, it would hardly be a page turner. Why should we hold films to a lower standard?

Kenneth Turan

MetaScore: 70 Autor: Kenneth Turan

Though this film is as formal and predetermined as a carved palace of ice, it builds interest through the strong performances of its pair of costars, the veteran Catherine Frot and relative newcomer Deborah Francois.

Andrew O'Hehir

MetaScore: 70 Autor: Andrew O'Hehir

It's a fine example of the excellence of French genre film right now: A dark tale of revenge with an inscrutable heart, ice in its veins and an electric undercurrent of eroticism, it also might be the best-photographed picture I've seen so far this year.

Jim Ridley

MetaScore: 70

Anyone who remembers "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" will see the instruments of revenge laid out like cutlery in a slasher movie's kitchen, and Dercourt's overbright visual scheme aims for a Michael Haneke–esque bourgeois chill that comes off instead as curiously bloodless.