Let a deluded feminist director make a film with a decent budget covering cinematography and pretty costumes, and this is the result. This is pure painful fantasy in which women are 'forced' to be feminine in a kind of enforced 'finishing' camp for young women. There are scenes where the actresses sing songs, and they're bad. The film is playing here in Southeast Asia, and audiences are mostly avoiding it.
Paradise Hills (2019) 1080p YIFY Movie
Paradise Hills (2019) 1080p
Paradise Hills is a movie starring Emma Roberts, Danielle Macdonald, and Awkwafina. Uma wakes up in an apparently idyllic school for young ladies called Paradise, meant to reform her and her new friends. But there's a darker secret...
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The Synopsis for Paradise Hills (2019) 1080p
In an undetermined future, society has divided in two types: upper-class or "superiors", and the rest of the world, mid and lower-class, named "inferiors". Uma is a superior teen girl who reluctant to marry with another superior named Son to be fall in love of an inferior named Markus, her mother sends her to Paradise Hills, a school for young ladies to reform rebel girls located in a remote island in the middle of the ocean. Waking up in Paradise not knowing how she arrived there, in the island she meets another students of the school: Amarna, a world pop star who was sent after she decided sing her own songs against the will of her parents and the music company that produces her albums; Chloe, an over-weight girl which parents want to turn her in a perfect woman, thin and complaint; and Yu, an inferior that after the loss of her parents was sent with her superiors aunt and uncle, who wants to make perfect and superior as them. At the same time that Uma meets the eccentric and ...
The Director and Players for Paradise Hills (2019) 1080p
The Reviews for Paradise Hills (2019) 1080p
Feminist fantasy is painful to watch.Reviewed bycseanpVote: 1/10
Well shot ran at a good pace throughout,good soundtrack i thought,,loved the ending,,and my sister will love this film and gardeners also to a point.
Just seen it and i thought it turned out great. Mind you for a directorial debut this was superb. Well done Alice Waddington can't wait to see what's she does next.