Bewafaa

Bewafaa

Anjali, living in Canada with her parents, hides her relationship to the musician Raja from her parents. When her sister dies during the birth of twins, she abandons her love, marries the widower Aditja and moves to New Delhi to become the new mother of her sister's children. Three years later, when Raja visits Delhi on his concert tour their love inflames again.

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Talmadge W (de) wrote: We watched the first ten minutes. Poorly written, poorly acted, poorly directed. Not exactly the worst film I've ever seen, but it comes pretty close.

Dalton H (au) wrote: Slight at best, James Van Der Beek nevertheless brings an unhinged, interesting portrayal to an otherwise ordinary thriller.

Malini P (gb) wrote: Strategising and Marketing Bolivia's Presidential Elections through Focus groups. Documentary.

Gordon B (us) wrote: charmingly mediocre.... saw this in theaters 4 years ago...

Adam R (ca) wrote: (First and only viewing - 12/15/2008)

Matty S (de) wrote: This film is perfect. If you love film, you do not want to miss an opportunity to see it. Steadman and Bradbent manage to both warm and break our hearts. Nothing more needs to be said.

Connor G (es) wrote: Good god, was that intense, and I was watching it with the lights on. I can only imagine how terrifying it is in the dark. Easily my favorite performance from Audrey Hepburn, and probably Alan Arkin too. Everything built so fantastically to the last encounter.

Robyn M (kr) wrote: For a guy who eventually makes his living as a prizefighter, Danny Kenny is one of the gentlest heroes James Cagney brought to the screen. His greatest pleasures are found in the girl friend he has from the neighborhood, Ann Sheridan, and in listening to the music creations of his brother Ed, played by Arthur Kennedy in his film debut. Kennedy has ambitions to be a serious composer and Sheridan has ambitions herself to get out of the Lower East Side of New York via show business as a dancer.My suggestion is that when you watch City for Conquest do it alone, because if you do it alone you might more easily give way to tears at Arthur Kennedy's dedication to his symphony to his brother.

Bill T (mx) wrote: It\s odd that a movie made in 1928, about movie making, a comedy, and with tons of cameos of stars and directors of the day could have slipped by my radar for so long and not know ANYTHING about it. Yet, this silent little nugget did just that, and what a total pleasure it was to see it. Marion Davies plays a young starlet wanting to get into the movies, and William Haines plays the low-rent-comedy actor she falls in love with. But when fame beacons, she follows it, and soon becomes to big for her britches. It's a truly wonderful and engaging story. I also really really loved the lovely cameos that the stars of the day put in, Chaplin! Fairbanks! Heck, even Marion Davies makes a cameo in her own movie (which is totally hilarious). Simply a must see if you love the movies. I'm still amazed I'd never heard of it until now.