Goynar Baksho

Goynar Baksho

Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay's famous tale of 3 generations of women & their changing position in society,seen in relation to a box of jewels, handed down from one generation to the next. A film by Aparna Sen.

Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay's famous tale of 3 generations of women & their changing position in society,seen in relation to a box of jewels, handed down from one generation to the next. A film by Aparna Sen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Goynar Baksho torrent reviews

Brian T (ru) wrote: This was surprisingly good considering the vampire theme has become a little tired lately. The plot had some fresh ideas like vampire impotence that made for some good jokes throughout. Worth seeing on DVD for sure.

Talitha B (br) wrote: Interesting, wonderful and touching.

Dumitru L (us) wrote: Justin and knight of valour is like watching paint dry!

Tricia I (it) wrote: This movie is nutz.Great sountrack.loved it!

Jessica H (de) wrote: starting to get better, but not quite there.

Private U (it) wrote: Pretty strong documentary with plenty of ups and downs. Not as dry as the description would lead you to believe, and as of yet, the best look into Georgia on the big screen. For the most part it is a humourous look at the energy crisis in Georgia, and this lighter hearted slant makes the movie much more enjoyable than it would have been had it been shot otherwise. Watching Georgians argue with the electric company is rather interesting, as are their ingenious methods to steal power.

Zachariah W (kr) wrote: It had potential, but it just didn't go the extra while that it should have.

John V (br) wrote: Saw this last night in the MST3k 20th Anniversary collection. Watch that if you want some good laughs. Anyway, the movie is terrible. Zarindast can't edit a movie to save his life, Miles Eastern-European accident is hilarious. Lame special effects, a not so scary monster that gets beaten up way too frequently. The music never seems to fit the context of the film, ranging from Native American chants to Classical string music. I could go on, but you get the point. Also, JOE ESTEVEZ is in this movie ahahahahaha

Panayiota K (au) wrote: Had a couple nice immortality jokes but the story was too dark and boring. The best thing was the pop culture references. I mean that 3 second James Dean scene though.

Bill B (it) wrote: Weird dude Anthony Perkins is recently paroled from serving time in association with a suspicious death, so what does he do? Hooks up with Tuesday Weld's equally strange teenaged character, who takes all the ridiculous tall tales he spins about being a secret agent as true, and she starts to plan his involvement in a suspicious death of her own devising.Oddball stuff, worth a rental if you like the leads.

Allan C (de) wrote: Although this film gets the lowest possible 1/2 star, I actually get more of a five level of entertainment value out of this film. I remember seeing John Waters on "The Tonight Show" or some other late night now when this came out and he totally had this movie's number, saying it was the first time that Hollywood had made a gloriously trashy bomb since "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls." I remember Waters noting that he knew this film was going to be deliciously awful the moment Elizabeth Berkley pulled a switchblade on the guy who picks her up hitchhiking in the film's opening scene. Re-watching this film now, it's even more ironically awful with all of the 1990s fashion, hair and music. And for anyone old enough to have watched "Saved by the Bell," the film does still have the shock value of seeing the brainy Jessie Spano playing a tawdry Vegas showgirl. The story is essentially a classic tale of a rising young star, ALA "All About Eve" or "A Star is Born," but now with copious amounts of hilariously choreographed sex and nudity. Besides the laughably bad dialogue from writer Joe Eszterhas (who actually wrote some decent films early on in his career), but the scenes that are supposed to be sexy in this racey NC-17 film managesto be so wildly unsexy. There's one scene in particular with Berkley and Kyle MacLauchlan in a pool that is gut busting hilarious. I actually suspect MacLauchlan may have known what a bad movie this was and may have been on of only two actors who gave a purposefully campy performance). Back to bad dialogue, I think Robert Davi, one of my favorite character actors, also knew this was going to be an unintentionally funny movie and seems to go over the top, but in a somewhat subdued fashion. He actually has probably my favorite crass line when he visits Berkely at her big Vegas show. The cast also features Glenn Plummer (who seemed to be in every movie around this time period) and also Gina Gershon, who is probably the actor in the film who I feel worst for, thinking she's far too good an actress to be exploited in trash like this. There's no way to make the cast that this is a good film or even a halfway decent one, but I do think a case could be made that this is a film of Ed Wood preparations of awfulness and therefore an immensely unintentionally entertaining film. A truly great film for all the wrong reason.

Lotti K (fr) wrote: Low-budget brilliant piece of social satire / horror.