Chancellor Adolf Hitler assists Azad Hind Fauj, led by Subhas Chandra Bose, which include a group of Indians who are frustrated with the Gandhian manner of non-violence to compel the oppressive British to quit their country. Punjab-based Balbir Singh is one such member of the Fauj, who has left his wife, Amrita, and son, Veer, behind. Ironically, Amrita is a follower of Mohandas Gandhi, and patiently awaits her husband's return home. Mohandas writes to Adolf, addressing him as 'dear friend', imploring him to end the violence. The allies, which include America, Russia, Britain and France close in on the Germans, while Adolf, a little perturbed by defectors, but still in company of many loyal supporters, is determined to continue, and even makes preparations to wed his mistress of 12 years, Eva Braun. Meanwhile Balbir and the rest of the Fauj must risk their lives through treacherous territory..
Nate R (fr) wrote: I liked this better than "Red" with John Malkovich and David Thewlis (Harry Potter films) comic performances.
Lucia B (ru) wrote: Muy buena! Una joyita del cine ruso. Merecidos los premios de la Berlinale 2010.
Massimiliano F (mx) wrote: alla fin fine niente male proprio... poi c' la futura patrizia di RC... unico difetto, l'effetto notte ridicolo... per le basi sono davvero buone!
Lasse C (es) wrote: One of the worst movies I have seen recently.
Juliano K (us) wrote: just what you wold expect!!!!!
Kristina K (ru) wrote: What a lovely movie. Very cute, loosely based on a true story, which is pretty amazing. A feel good movie, that leaves you with many positive emotions.
usmond t (gb) wrote: this is the most interestint movy that can keep me focus on the screen
Miguel R (au) wrote: Shining Through is an underrated picture, blending elements of a spy thriller with those of a romance
Logan M (jp) wrote: An astonshingly forceful biopic from Martin Scorsese.
David S (kr) wrote: Fassbinder's style makes this visually engrossing, but there are too many passages that ramble didactically on instead of involving us emotionally.
Michael W (au) wrote: Sci-fi classic has scientist rebelling against orders and crew when the plug is pulled on his beloved project to protect earth's remaining botanical life. Bruce Dern expertly cast as the non-conforming botanist. Starts out brilliantly before becoming tedious and often boring once the one-man doomed flight ensues. Joan Baez contributes some good music.
Mandi Z (es) wrote: Why can't moviemakers stick with the plot of a good book? All that's left of Wodehouse in this ridiculous movie are the names of Bertie and Jeeves!
GM W (ag) wrote: Awesome movie, Richard Donner's Director's cut is better that the original cut.
Steve S (ca) wrote: I enjoyed it. The acting is good and the story is interesting. I think it may not appeal to everyone. There weren't any dynamic characters and they were all simple. They could've made the story more compelling by showing some of the effects of the sell-off outside the firm. It was enjoyable for me, but not recommended for all people.
Ben C (au) wrote: I think this is my favorite of all ST movies. Will always be a classic.
Michael P (ag) wrote: Good story, better acting would have seriously helped.