A multi-millionaire, Ram Khanna, is advised by a fake astrologer that he will meet and marry a woman whose name will start with "M". Ram does meet Mamta, and they both fall in love. Ram marries her, despite the fact that she is the daughter of a prostitute, Heerabai, and brings her home with her. Mamta gets a chilling welcome from Ram brother's, Murli Manohar, and his wife, Maya. Mamta decides to assert herself and takes over the household matters, forcing Murli and Maya to leave the house. Soon Mamta and Ram give birth to a baby boy. One day Ram asks Mamta to take care of a suitcase full of cash, as he has to go out of town. Mamta is lured out of the house along with the suitcase, and is brutally killed by Gulu Goli, a hired hit-man, who buries her in a secluded spot. Though physically dead and buried, Mamta's spirit is still alive and active, though she cannot be heard, nor seen by anyone. She decides to return home and expose Murli and Maya.
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Pierre S (ag) wrote: Great film - disturbing, provocative and wonderful. The mix of animation and live action makes it even harder to escape. The filmmaker has been accused of being to black-and-white in his view upon the porn industry. But Morgenthaler never preach. It simply portraits several characters deeply hurt by their choices and actions in life. There is no hero, no truly bad guys - just people who either have given up on themselves or is forced to do it.
Canelita M (mx) wrote: Amazing film. funny, sad, political bite! i was taken off mah feet
Peter B (us) wrote: After enjoying David Gordon Green's debut film George Washington, I've done a complete U-turn for this is follow up, All The Real Girls. What utter naval-gazing, self aware waffle. It seemed like an attempt to satirise all the bad clichs and traits of quirky indie cinema and mix them all into a big insufferable mess. Don't get me wrong, I like quirky when done right (I'm a disciple of Wes Anderson after all) but this in places wanted me to scratch my own eyes out. Zooey Deschanel was truly woeful and I'm surprised she's got to where she is today from this car crash of a film. A couple of the peripherable characters were decently played and worthy of a few marks, but recommend this being avoided. 3/10
Daniel M (de) wrote: Funny at times, but too over the top for my taste.
Cedric L (de) wrote: Fun but sensitive, great soundtrack to boot.
Manuel O (it) wrote: Amazing animation and great movie, don't like the changed ending though
Dane P (es) wrote: Very manipulative...... but is it a bad thing? Ehhh I'm not sure where I stand on this one. Is it good or is it bad. Is it overplayed or just right? Hmmmm. If you are a fan of tear jerkers then check it out its not horrible there was some effort put into this.
Spencer K (us) wrote: My favorite movie to watch
Simon D (fr) wrote: Not a particularly original film but it's nice enough. An unusual role for Steve Carrel as a straight man who you're meant to dislike. Sam Rockwell is his usual self though. A bit of a feel good film really, especially if you are a spotty moody kid with family trouble little chance of pulling a decent bird.
Alejandro E (ru) wrote: Drama familiar sin desperdicio, acerca de un joven que debe hacerla de padre sustituto de su propia madre y hermanos. A ver por unos entraables y primerizos Depp y Di caprio.
Maddison B (jp) wrote: Z for Zachariah is a beautifully captured humanised post apocalyptic drama. At times promising, this slow burner feels too dramatically slight for its ambitions, and an ending that's too abrupt. Set in the aftermath of an unspecified decline, pockets of radiation have wiped out most of civilization, bar a young woman who finds herself suddenly in the presence of two men and a complicated love triangle. Craig Zobel's post apocalyptic tale focuses not on the event itself, but the human story of picking up the pieces in the aftermath. This Garden of Eden like story enforces the themes of religion vs science, it asks how people recalibrate their sense of morality. Z for Zachariah is tastefully dull. The gorgeous atmospheric scenery is visually captivating and there are fine performances from the three sole characters. Margot Robbie is gentle and understated, but the complicated love triangle between herself and Chiwetel Ejiofor's, Loomis, a man of science, and Chris Pine's, Caleb, our figurative serpent, lacks any real end passion or heat. Evidently, this two Adam's and Eve tale is missing any real quintessential vivacity and instead is a psychodrama about really, really nice people. Leading to an ending that is left to your own interpretation, for me this was a deal breaker, as its vague conclusion leaves an unsatisfied sour taste and too many burning questions. Unfortunately, Z for Zachariah's shortcomings outweighs it strengths. While it is exceptionally photographed, the ambiguity is thin on depth and entertainment value.