Ginger and Rosa 2012 LiMiTED BRRIP XVID-AC3-PULSAR

P2P group PULSAR released the BRRip of Ginger and Rosa, a drama movie starring Alice Englert, Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks and directed by Sally Potter.

Plot: London, 1962. Two teenage girls – Ginger and Rosa — are inseparable; they play truant together, discuss religion, politics and hairstyles, and dream of lives bigger than their mothers’ frustrated domesticity. But, as the Cold War meets the sexual revolution, and the threat of nuclear holocaust escalates, the lifelong friendship of the two girls is shattered – by the clash of desire and the determination to survive.

Genre: Drama
IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 from 478 users
Directed by: Sally Potter
Starring: Alice Englert, Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks

Release Name: Ginger.and.Rosa.2012.LiMiTED.BRRIP.XVID-AC3-PULSAR
Size: 1.84 GiB
Video: XviD, 720×304, 2469 kbps
Audio: English, AC3, 448 kbps
Runtime: 90 min 46 sec

Links: iMDB – Trailer – TinySubsHereGoogle Search


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  • troll

    what is the point on keeping the site running?

  • flamingo

    Info is enough, people still need a site like this :)

  • Trololollolloo

    There’s always sceper, rlsbb and other alternatives too

  • mik

    @1 This site use to be information only. I hope we can have some REAL comments now on. About quality, nukes, etc. Like we used to have before…

  • blung

    Goodbye rlslog. I’m sure you made lots of money from the affiliate links, adverts and download revenue for the files that you uploaded.

  • sd

    all i ever needed was the info on notable releases,download links were newer ever an issue and they were only killing this site. the real death of this site came from pages of useless link on each release and no real information about the release itself. i rly hope that will finally change now and we can read some posts about actual quality of the release

  • Dqx

    Good riddance, many of the posted links were premium only, fake or infested anyway.

  • Mido

    let’s say goodbye to our rights on the internet …by the way thanks rlslog but i blame you because you give up the battle ..the copyfight has no end …and if you give up ..we all will never give up

  • x

    time to delete rlslog from bookmarks, hardly visted the site anyway.

  • johne

    I bet out of the countless users that visited this site daily almost none bothered to read what was written in the banner under Releaselog, “Hot INFO about new scene releases”. To them all I can say is sucks to be you, as for me I am grateful I was here during this site’s glory days. It allowed me to learn a lot of info about the warez and scene that most of the new users will be totaly clueless about.

  • dddd

    @well what links or filehosts do u want to c on my site??

    i know there is loads out there so which filehost do u want??

    the new mega i dont know but if u are willing to use them ok but there isnt alot of filehosts that payout anyway??so lads get voting what filehost u want 10 votes i put them on my new blog :)

  • Jessica

    No loss to me if the links are gone. I always just came here to see what was out everyday. Anything I saw (Music/720p HD movies) I would then find it on a torrent site. Filehosting sites are only worth it if you have a premium account and well – if I’m not paying for content, why would I pay for filehosting? Besides torrents are just easier.

  • JackJ

    No loss to me if the links are gone. I always just came here to see what was out everyday. Anything I saw (Music/720p HD movies) I would then find it on a torrent site. Torrents are just easier.

  • k

    i just take the name of the rip and put it into a torrent search engine or google or yahoo search for a ddl

  • Da Man

    Now this site can back to what it did very well, that is to show the latest releases in the best format possible…Never used those mostly useless links some posted. A lot linked to rubbish…Anyone worth their salt using this site seriously, always went where they could safely download their daily/weekly fix of content…!!!
    And the RSS on this site works very well in Google Reader on an Android Tab…Well done…!!!

  • xord

    I don’t understand what’s the fuss about. All this time I was just copy the post title and paste in the piratebay’s or google searchbox.

  • evildee

    I personally never used any of the links in the comments section. back in the day, when RLSLOG linked to torrents only the comments section was actually useful. People would comment on the quality of a release or give the critique on a film etc. Following the demise of the torrent links (due to the explosion of filehosting services), the comments section just became useless. People posting fake links, trojans etc. Or posting simply to make money for themselves from their own filehosting account.
    Like the admins – and other users have said – this site is prmarily information. I NEVER used links here…just found the scene release name and found it on a torrent site.

    However, the latest developments don’t bode well for the future of filesharing. Seems they’re gunning for everyone bit by bit.

    F*%K MPAA, RIAA. You corrupt f(_)ckers will never win. Until you pay the money under the table to the courts to get Google to filter/ban all links to anything illegal (which is basically impossible as us pirates will always find a way around it), ALL YOUR BASE ARE OURS!

  • someone

    Apparently many here don’t understand that the majority of RLSLOG’s editors do the whole post just to put their link at the bottom and get a few bucks from the DLs and that’s why pretty much everything was posted here up until now. From now on, since there is hardly any more motivation, the posts will be limited to only very important stuff just to keep the site alive.
    Also for the not-so-intelligent people who think all the people who post links in the comments are just wasting their time: you’d be surprised to see how many people actually download from the links; I know because I posted links here for years.

  • vrekman64

    I don’t know if this will reach the owners of this site but I’d like to state that you did the right thing. Please continue posting of new releases, with accurate names and extensions, and leave the rest to us.

    The bureaucrats fail to understand that a direct link in this site lives for only a few days. The torrent file witch WE WILL ACQUIRE NEVERTHELESS, might last for years on. They just extended the piracy of their products, by forcing us to use a more robust one (the torrents).

    …And lets not forget that, apart from movies, the rest of the site works flawless.


  • Milstar

    Honestly, I only MOSTLY used this site for news. The number of viruses and malware was never worth it.

    There are a lot of good sites that do monitor their users, but there isn’t a way to really tell when a new releases hits.

  • Andy Madden

    LOL – always prominently displayed a link to the post about how the FBI tried to shut down the site and all it took was a piece of paper. Goodbye to a site that was infested with fakes and trojans. Information? It can be found anywhere (this IS the internet) and I don’t need to spend my time googling to find a download link.

  • Hank

    I posted a thread YEARS ago on rlstalk when it was up that this site should become information only to protect itself. the response I got gave me the distinct impression that most people were just too ass-lazy to actually use the information provided to look elsewhere. i have no intention of stopping using this site at all

  • Gareth

    This site might as well close. Its spinless people like the current owners of rlslog that just love bending over and allowing the American legal system free range.

    I really hope that people and users carry on the work by going against the change in direction that has been chosen today

  • anachr0n

    Besides… how difficult is it to put the rls name which is provided into a search engine?

  • Hank

    @24 – you’re right, but some people just want everything handed to them on a plate

  • ddd

    removed rlslog from bookmarks, sorry…

  • John

    Doesn’t affect me much, just wish more hosters would have search engines. The only decent one is m.e.g.a.s.h.a.r.e.s. Most of the time I can just search their site (search is only available to paid accounts and i have no interest in referring anyone).