Mayurpankh is a 1954 Indian film directed by Kishore Sahu. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival, where it was nominated for the Grand Prize of the Festival.
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Chad R (kr) wrote: Sean Bean is again good, this time in the role of a Secret Service Agent. If you like thriller genres then this film is worth a rental.
Andy H (fr) wrote: funny,action,and great animation and i hope for a sequel
Christy B (fr) wrote: Meandering exploitive stroll through mostly broken dreams at the base of the Hollywood hills. The premise of five interconnected survival stories had some promise, and there are some poignant scenes, but overall it feels like a rough cut.
Jonathan W (us) wrote: If anyone believes that the war in Iraq was about terrorism you need to see this movie, and soon.
Alysse M (es) wrote: Great independent film, one of my favorites. Elijah Wood was phenomenal and this was truly Charlie Hunnam's breakout film. H
David P (fr) wrote: A sequel to a one of the most unique films of modern times which leaves fans of the first scrathing their heads asking, "What the hell is this?"
Pierluigi P (it) wrote: From the moment you watch Don Ameche's face, you instantly know this will be a humble, honest and heartwarming story. David Mamet changed his register here, in his second film. A sweet comedy with crystalline acting, writing and direction.
Stephen M (mx) wrote: Has anyone seen this movie? Does anyone who has seen this film get it? I didn't think so. However, there are going to be people ( like me ) who are (either a little or a lot) on the artistic or inellectual side who will watch it, be fascinated by it, maybe find some social or artistic merit in it and praise it ... but never watch it again. I think Streisand's fans and the public are more comfortable when she is being humourous or musical, rather than political or profound.
Thomas W (nl) wrote: On the run career criminal Lino Ventura returns to Paris to meet his fate in a little-seen (in these parts, at least) but respectable Claude Sautet effort. Another pretty solid restoration from Rialto.
Lucas G (jp) wrote: It starts really promising, losing its grip throughout the story. It tries to convey much too large a period of time for its own narrative capacity, making some major events in its timeline seem irrelevant. Despite its mawkishness and lack of solidity, it's still pretty watchable.PS: Diana Wynyard doesn't seem to believe her part. Her acting distunes from the otherwise excellent cast.
Emod L (it) wrote: 36%Tina Fey and Paul Rudd are clearly trying, but it's not enough to boost the cliched story, subplots, and twists.