7 Khoon Maaf

7 Khoon Maaf

7 Khoon Maaf movie is a romantic misadventures story of an Anglo-Indian woman Susanna Anna-Marie Johannes, a beautiful lass who over the course of thirty-five odd years, gets married seven times due to the untimely and mysterious deaths of half a dozen of her hapless husbands. The strange circumstances of their deaths, makes Susanna a prime accused. Did the husbands deserve to die? Were the murders out of necessity or pure blood-lust? Does Susanna ever find her one true love?

Susanna's quest for love leads to a series of marriages, each ending in the mysterious death of her latest husband. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


7 Khoon Maaf torrent reviews

Marah R (kr) wrote: So crappy I couldn't finish it.

David N (mx) wrote: I definitely need more repetitions!. Visual Poetry & Black and White. Love & Revolution. Clotilde Hesme & Louis Garrel.

Kimberly C (br) wrote: it was all pretty good until the end. Really? I'm so freakin glad they made one more movie where the male lead to tells the chick who to be and she just folds. Wonderful. I'm just so ecstatic... please shoot me.

Kenny O (ru) wrote: A confusing flick!!!

Ian W (br) wrote: A great underdog film.

Christian P (gb) wrote: Worth a watch, if only to see Troy get hit by a truck. A few tremendously boring scenes serve their purpose, though uninterestingly.

Stuart K (gb) wrote: Written and directed by Steve Buscemi, who also stars in the film. This is a low-budget independent comedy-drama set in small town America. Buscemi learned alot from working with indie directors such as the Coen Brothers and Quentin Tarantino, and shows good confidence with his debut, and even turns in another good performance. Tommy Basilio (Buscemi) is an unemployed mechanic who lost his job after he "borrowed" money from his place of work, and he has become an alcoholic, hanging around for most of the day at the titular Trees Lounge, and his pregnant girlfriend Theresa (Elizabeth Bracco) left Tommy for his ex-boss Rob (Anthony LaPaglia). Tommy seems to have no social life other than hanging around with other barflies at Trees Lounge. However, he soon finds a job driving an ice cream van around the local neighbourhood, something his Uncle Al (Seymour Cassel), did until he died on the job. He soon picks up a friendship with 17 year old Debbie (Chlo Sevigny) who hangs around with Tommy, and they have a relationship, but it's not to last long at all. A semi-autobiographical film, Trees Lounge is a bleakly comic look at what life is life for down and out Americans, and it's underlying message is you don't always get what you want. Buscemi manages to mix quirkiness and melacholia well, and it has a good cast including Carol Kane, Debi Mazar and Samuel L. Jackson.

Grant H (mx) wrote: Pretty good movie. Funny, great performances and bits from its leads.

Kelly C (mx) wrote: This was the third Elvis Presley film I have watched in its entirety. (SPOILER) This was Elvis's acting debut and his only on-screen demise. The film is slightly confusing unless you really pay attention. There is tons of character conflicts with numerous characters such as the Reno brothers, the Federales, the women, and so forth. The film's plot is steady and Elvis shows promise and potential as an actor. I especially liked Richard Egan (Vance Reno)'s character. His character is definitely a true and respectful gentleman. I could definitely watch this film over and over again...