Ijaazat

Ijaazat

Mahendra is in love with Maya and would like to marry her. But Maya is a woman of the 20th century, who does not believe in marriage, but would like to continue having a relationship. ...

Mahendra is in love with Maya and would like to marry her. But Maya is a woman of the 20th century, who does not believe in marriage, but would like to continue having a relationship. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Pascal L (ag) wrote: Pas si pire... Pour un polar, c'tait pas mauvais

Countess N (it) wrote: This movie was brutal and heartbreaking,i felt angry at so many different people in the movie...the insurgents,the soldiers,the higher officers who refused to listen to the guy with Post Traumatic Stress instead of getting help he gets a gun and goes trigger happy...the only people who seemed to suffer in this movie was the innocents,very sad.

Sitafa H (ru) wrote: An understated masterpiece. This film's title encompasses its true genious in that Vera, who is portrayed alternately as either femme fatale, spoiled little rich girl, or villain, is really the victim. No one in her life, including her parents, truly love her. Instead, they engage in what they believe are ingenious manipulations to gain what they want from her. Her professor gives her a coveted internship in hopes of seducing her sexually. A female lover offers up her body to Vera in return for the attention and excitement she craves. Vera's parents overcompensate materially to secure the affection they desire from her. Ford fast talks and ravishes her in hopes of getting rich. And the Count overpays in his quest for a lecherous affair with her. But Vera never wants. Every day begins for her as carefree and full of unknown possibilities as the next. She never asks for anything. She only willingly allows everyone to go to the furthest, darkest limits of their natures (even to the point of murder) in their desperate attempts to bribe, deceive, and conquer what they believe is her "innocence and naivety". In return, she receives everything---except the unconditional love she truly needs. Such is the way of the world. If you want to learn how to play the game: Watch this movie. If you want to become an expert: Watch it again and again.

Leonard D (it) wrote: It's kinda charming in a few places, but overall, not a very memorable experience! Witherspoon is a little too sappy in this role!

Anucka P (mx) wrote: Joseph Fiennes is a loser and a total CRAP!

Kelley (it) wrote: I grew up in Florida, own book "Cross Creek" published in 1942-a reflection of author Majorie Kinnans Rawlings memoirs of pre-tourist Cracker Florida...

Gregory W (ru) wrote: pretty descent brit drama

Luke W (kr) wrote: Decent b-movie noir, with a bit of a lackluster plot, but it's enjoyable enough.

Sean B (gb) wrote: Whoops. Somehow a junior year student film made it onto Netflix and my recommended queue and had an interesting review but just horribly sucked.

Gabriel C (it) wrote: Oh, Sony... When will you learn to leave well enough alone?

Kristen M (jp) wrote: A fun film. The end is abrupt but the film itself was enjoyable despite that.