Final Solution

Final Solution

The Final Solution is a 2003 documentary directed by Rakesh Sharma about the 2002 communal Gujarat Riots that arose as a response to the Godhra Train Burning incident on February 27, 2002, where 58 Hindus were burnt alive on a train carriage.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Gujarati,Hindi,Urdu
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   rape,   murder,  

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Don N (es) wrote: Heavy handed and meandering with its anti-capitalism message. Great cast & performances, but not really worth the effort unless you're a hardcore fan of crime dramas or cynical rhetoric.

Knut F (nl) wrote: Terrible acting. They must have been working hard to find so bad actors.I have seen worse fightscenes but the way they was moving camera just makes those scenes crap aswell.There is no reason for anyone to wanna se this shit.

Justin J (ag) wrote: they are good brothers. i think it is the main idea of the movie

D M (nl) wrote: Painfully bad. Bad acting, bad story just bad bad BAD.

Latavia S (nl) wrote: I love it so much who ever made this app thankyou

Matthew D (au) wrote: There's some astoundingly inventive set design and choice locations in this rip through time, unfortunately there's no emotional investment or suspense and little humour, it's just flat all the way through.

Gnter H (de) wrote: Playful, entertaining and with more undertones than most might register.

Tim S (it) wrote: Monsieur Verdoux was, for better or worse, Charlie Chaplin's first major flop, at least in the United States. The reason for this wasn't due to the quality of the film itself being forsaken on Chaplin's part, but the political upheaval and scandal surrounding him at the time. It has grown in estimation since then, but in those days it was seen by many as an unwelcome slice of both political and personal subversion. Long gone were the days of the funny little man going on a hunt for gold in the middle of winter, or adopting a small dog and taking care of it. Nor were we ever to again see a goofy factory worker on an assembly line who falls into the machinery for visual gags. Now, with this film, we have a man with questionable morals bumping off widows for their money one by one. He does it for his wife and child, of course, but you also get the sense that he takes a bit of pleasure in it too. Not that he celebrates it or holds it in high regard, but he never seems phased by the act. It's just, as he says in the film, "business." Debate surrounds the film and pervades its very atmosphere, but when all is said and done, it's still a fantastic film. It constantly delivers with the dark comedy, but it also delivers heavily in both the philosophy and the moral ambiguity.

JeanPol C (mx) wrote: Very good movie style science fiction

Nancy F (ru) wrote: A nice romance with a slightly different twist to it, I enjoyed it and the soundtrack was beautiful. Moretz' acting was ok for the most part, but it was enough to make me cry. The main guy's singing voice is great, but I didn't understand the reason behind some of the conflict between the two main characters, mostly because I don't understand that angst LOL