The Name of the Rose Movie Download

The Name of the Rose YTS

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2 hr 10 min

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Plot Summary:
14th-century Franciscan monk William of Baskerville and his young novice arrive at a conference to find that several monks have been murdered under mysterious circumstances. To solve the crimes, William must rise up against the Church’s authority and fight the shadowy conspiracy of monastery monks using only his intelligence – which is considerable.
Jean-Jacques Annaud
Top Cast
Sean Connery as William of Baskerville

Christian Slater as Adso of Melk

Ron Perlman as Salvatore

William Hickey as Ubertino da Casale

The Name of the Rose 1986 720p.BluRay

695.73 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
2 hr 10 min
Seeds 41.

The Name of the Rose 1986 1080p.BluRay

1.95 GB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
2 hr 10 min
Seeds 19.

The Name of the Rose review

Reviewed by Coventry

10 / 10

These nasty monks haunted my nightmares for 25 years…
Only a limited number of films that I watched during my youth managed to leave an everlasting impression on me, but Jean-Jacques Annaud’s adaptation of Umberto Eco’s “The Name of the Rose” is one most definitely of them! I forgot for what purpose it was, but I actually watched “The Name of the Rose” in the fourth grade at school. I don’t know what my teacher was thinking because this seriously isn’t the type of film to show to a bunch of 9-year-olds, but on the other hand I’m strongly convinced the experience contributed a great deal to my current obsession for grim horror movies and convoluted murder mysteries. Even though we are 25 years later, and I’ve seen perhaps 15.000 films since then, I still remember practically every detail of that wondrously grim and mysterious film in which creepy monks were being killed off in a remote and petrifying old monastery. I found it even more impeccable & effectively disturbing now, especially since the recently released TV-series (produced by and starring John Turturro) was somewhat disappointing and tedious.

The charismatic Sean Connery puts down one of the most stellar performances of his rich career as William of Baskerville; – wise Franciscan friar and Sherlock Holmes ahead-of-time. He and his young novice Adso Von Melk (Christian Slater) travel to a remote monetary in the Italian alps, supposedly to participate in a grand Catholic debate, but the vicious murders quickly absorb all of Sir William’s attention. Undoubtedly the #1 reason why “The Name of the Rose” forever kept stuck in my head is the extraordinary casting work. These monks are a dozen times scarier-looking and more menacing than immortal horror icons like Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger, and the image of several of them (like the hideous Malachia, the old & blind Jorge de Burgos, the disgusting Salvatore, …) appeared in my nightmares for several years. The film also looks simply stunning! The 14th century set-pieces, and most notably the claustrophobic library-labyrinth are downright astounding. The costumes and photography are fantastic, and the script also contains a few fascinating history lessons that are far more educational than anything you’ll ever learn in school, like for example the completely opposed interpretation of religion by the Franciscans and the Vatican.Read More

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