Dr. Devendra (Dharmendra) is an eligible young man, employed with the local prison for women. He meets an attractive female inmate named Kalyani, and both become friends. Devendra finds Kalyani very attractive, and would like to marry her, and refuses to know or judge her from her past. What Devendra does not know is Kalyani is a killer, who has confessed to killing the wife of a freedom-fighter, Bikas Ghosh.
- Stars:Ashok Kumar, Nutan, Dharmendra, Raja Paranjpe, Tarun Bose, Asit Sen, Chandrima Bhaduri, Moni Chatterjee, Rajan Verma, Satyendra Kapoor, Bhola, Benjamin, Lalit Rai, Abhimanyu Sharma, Sharma,
- Director:Bimal Roy,
- Writer:Jarasandha (story), Nabendu Ghosh (screenplay), Paul Mahendra (dialogue)
During the British Raj of the 1930s, a prison-doctor falls in love with a convict who eventually reveals the story of her past and her connection to a freedom fighter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Somehow even better than the first... which I liked immensely.
(au) wrote: a unique look at Liverpool told from the viewpoint of director Davies who narrates with quotes, opinions and lots of poetry using his own history as its vocal point. A visual delight from start to finish and inspiring in its use of music to expand the view, it is a rare film that blends art and life. Entertainment for the soul
(fr) wrote: Before Sunrise was a good romance movie with such great, thought provoking dialogue. Though completely optimistic and good hearted, it lost me at that overall elevation of love, finding the true love at such a random encounter on one day. However, I have to say that after watching Before Sunset, my thoughts on Before Sunrise elevated. One that may say that would most likely say it if the sequel were an inferior movie, but Before Sunset is absolutely not. Before Sunset builds off the events occurring nine years ago in Before Sunrise, but builds in a way that is so perfectly works. Before Sunset is not an unnecessary sequel, especially when it excels its predecessor, and is the best way to make a sequel to a romance movie.In Before Sunrise, Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy) had a heightened view of love, life, and the future. Like I said before, it was very optimistic, most notably in its ending. Instead of travelling down the same road that Sunrise took, Before Sunset shows our two leads both having different ideals, problems, and outlooks on life than before. And rightfully so, their mindsets should have changed in the nine years of not seeing each other. While both flustered and excited by how they get to meet again, both Jesse and Celine are bitter and show the struggle they've had after that one great night in 1994. Jesse, though sounds successful when written down in a short biography, is a shell of the man who idealized love, which also goes for Celine, who achieved her dream, but faltered on romance.You sit and watch in awe as these two walk and talk and sit and talk, and you begin to ask "why can't these two just be together"? And Before Sunset doesn't hold any of its punches back, it clearly explains the problems with you thinking that, all the while giving such a subtle romantic connection between the two leads. You an feel the chemistry, the sparks flying, but no grandeur romantic acts come in sight for either. It's perfect, realistic, and a more mature movie than Before Sunrise.I did not expect to love Before Sunset as much as I did, especially after only liking Before Sunrise (which I gave a 4 out of 5). The chemistry between Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy is incredible, downplaying the romance and love for one another, but still showing their affection for one another. It's not as long as Before Sunrise, but still manages to hit all the points it needed to hit, along with an ending that perfectly wraps it all up by leaving you both satisfied and craving for more.
(fr) wrote: It wrings some good tension out of its bonkers plot, but by the end "In the Company of Men" feels like it's all concept, middling craftsmanship, and no valuable message.
(ru) wrote: This is pure Lynch. If you love Blue Velvet or Mulholland you will love this movie.
(fr) wrote: Strange little Amicus Anthology flick. By 1981 all these British companies had all but ceased to be, and i think this is the last of the Amicus. It was ok, but the tales are all pretty weak. The bits inbetween were much more amusing, especially the inclusion of some 80s rock.
(br) wrote: Like the great Unmade Looney Tunes-war satire, Catch 22 is absurd yet poignant. It effortlessly comments on the nonsensical and hypocrisies of warfare while having tons of bizarre slapstick and sight gags on offer from teh various army nutballs.
(br) wrote: At first, I thought it was a little bit predictable, but it actually turned out to be a pretty good movie. A tale of choice.
(fr) wrote: Every slasher movie fans' dream come true. In all its cheesy gory glory.