Tommy (1975)


Directed by: Ken Russell

Stars: Roger Daltrey, Ann-Margret, Oliver Reed

Language: English | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Uk | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.85:1 | Brrip

Description: A psychosomatic ally deaf, dumb and blind boy becomes a master pinball player and, subsequently, the object of a religious cult.


1.89GB | 111:30mins | 1280×694 | mkv

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4 Responses to Tommy (1975)

  1. Intellectual says:

    Um I dont know if its my player but it seems like I can only hear the singing but the music is very low. I know the music is low because other movies I’ve played are much louder. I had this problem with another film but not all.

  2. Dennis NC USA says:

    This is truly one of the most singular movies of all time, and (IMHO) Ken Russell’s masterpiece. Check the cast!


    Russell and Townshend spent a year collaborating on the script, which, incidentally, contains no straight dialog, but consists entirely of songs, images and effects. It was Russell’s chore to give dramatic shape to Townshend’s story of the deaf, dumb and blind Tommy, which had originally sprouted in Townshend’s mind as a consequence of his religious conversion to the philosophy of Meher Baba. The allegory was thus highly personal to Townshend. If the story was confusing or unclear to any part of its original audience, the reason may be that it was not fully fleshed out on the album. To this day, Townshend considers the work a string of singles: some of the numbers, like “Pinball Wizard,” were written before he even had a story of any kind in mind.

  3. OSMOSIS says:

    TOMMY-The Movie (or ‘How To Funk-Up Your Mind 1000-Ways-Til-Tomorrow’). I finally caught this film…well, actually, stumbled upon it part-way thru via accident (channel flipping) on SHOWTIME in ’98 (it was the ANN MARGARET-scene), and after waiting my whole life, at the time, to catch it, I was FREAKED!! Yea–it was LIKE that…and STILL IS, 42-years-and-some-change later. Thanks, Rarelust.

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