Karim Khan is employed as driver for a gangster named Don, who has an accident with his car, and asks Karim to take the blame for it for a hefty sum of cash, which Karim does so, and is imprisoned. But Don does not fulfill his promise, and as a result, Karim's wife, Razia, and new-born son are left destitute. Razia complains to Police Inspector Anwar, who arrests Don and holds him in prison, pending his trial in court. When Anwar finds out that his new-born son, Iqbal, is in need of a pace-maker, which he is unable to afford, he makes a compromise with Don, who lets him have one. Iqbal undergoes surgery and a pace-maker number 786, considered lucky in Islamic faith, is attached to his tiny heart.
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Brian B (au) wrote: Awesome awesome awesome movie! Right up there along the lines of Silence Of The Lambs! Get ready for an action packed thrill ride!
Erica H (fr) wrote: A well-written movie. Great character development, perfectly developed tension and suspense. If you appreciate "The Hiding Place" or the "The Diary of Anne Frank," then you will most certainly enjoy this movie--the best of its kind.
Jarrod R (jp) wrote: Brilliant, classic....4 Daniel Johns
Michael S (es) wrote: This is a thoroughly delightful movie: it gives you the warm fuzzies one minute and reminds you of some of the harsh realities of life and society the next. The main character is an absolutely awesome and confident young lesbian lass who thinks for herself and doesn't take any shit she shouldn't. But she also tends to degrade and judge people terribly. Her flatmate and lecturer, a feminist gender studies academic with life experience and contacts, has to give her a little life lesson in a little respect. Through accepting that initial appearances are not everything, she develops a romance with a wonderful human being who she might otherwise have never known. We also see how "family values" can break up families, and how the values of the lesbian scene can exclude those who choose to dabble in the odd man or two.This would have to be my first equal favourite film of all time.
David C (ca) wrote: A brilliant uncomplicated film, well acted and keeps me entertained even 20 years on
Michael T (es) wrote: What made Luis Bunuel such a timeless film-maker, was his acute sense about the nature of the human condition, the animalistic base of man, and the veneer of social etiquette...Belle de Jour, while not in any way his magnum opus, is a prime example of the director's extraordinary talents...
Mark C (kr) wrote: Banz no OesteBanz no Oeste - 1974 - Gene Wilder
Farah R (fr) wrote: Mediocre and unimpressive for its cast ensemble. And some scenes were very cringeworthy.
Sylvester K (es) wrote: An innovative film tackling the problem with bullying and teen suicide to the extreme. While I genuinely enjoyed its profound message, the acting and the plot were both silly to be taking seriously.