Memories in March
Is a 2010 Indian drama film directed by Sanjoy Nag. The film stars Deepti Naval, Rituparno Ghosh and Raima Sen. The film is the effective exploration of a situation wherein a bereaved mother comes to terms with her late son’s sexual identity.
- Stars:Deepti Naval, Raima Sen, Rituparno Ghosh, Rajat Ganguly, Suchita Roy Chaudhury, Anya Chowdhry, Kunal Padhy, Pradip Roy, Buddhadev Chakraborty, Abeer Chakraborty, Ekkavali Khanna, Niladri Chatterjee, Manjit Mukherjee, Dhruv Mookerji, Mainak Bhaumik,
- Director:Sanjoy Nag,
- Writer:Rituparno Ghosh (writes & rhymes)
A mother finds out that her recently deceased son had a secret life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Memories in March torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Land Ho! is an enjoyable, road adventure comedy. It's not the greatest movie ever, but as a piece of entertainment, it works extremely well. The actors' chemistry, along with the humor, helps to make the film enjoyable to watch. You don't see many road movies like Land-Ho made these days.
(mx) wrote: When a young couple go hiking in the woods that soon discover that the beautiful surroundings hide a horrific and deadly secret.This is one of those 'victims get caught by maniacs and have to fight for survival' movies that has been done many times before. Just think 'Wrong Turn' and 'The Hills Have Eyes' and you get the general idea, but this film does have a couple of nice little plot ideas that keep the viewer entertained throughout. The characters are as generic and over the top as you would expect, and are all played well by the cast. The direction is solid, and the locations used are stunning to say the least. The gore is quite gooey in places, and apart from a couple of dodgy CGI shots, is very well handled. The major let down is the "epilogue" that just screams that crew are hoping for a sequel, and unfortunately really does not fit in with rest of the movie, which had quite a nice self-contained storyline. To sum up, this is not a groundbreaking movie in any shape, but just reinforces my idea that if a movie is well made, then it doesn't really matter if you have seem the same idea countless times before.
(mx) wrote: Everyone has problems, some just more severe than the others. The film pictures well what it must be like being a parent. The incredible responsibility of an innocent little being's life. And also how so many parents fail. Not much of a feel good movie, then.
(br) wrote: Omigod, how do they know me?
(fr) wrote: Its been forever since ive seen it.pretty crazy.
(nl) wrote: Pretty oddball film by Talking Heads' David Byrne, as he observes the preparations for the sesquicentennial celebration of Texas in the small town of Virgil, Texas. John Goodman scores the best as the honest, lonely, friendly Louis Fyne, who is looking to get married. Interesting for style and is worth a look. The "Wild Wild Life" and the commercial hater's nightmare "Love For Sale" sequences were made into MTV videos.
(ru) wrote: great and original film, like so many sci fi family films attempting to find its feet in the 80s, this film is no exception. Flight of the navigator has strong character, an intriguing concept and just unleashes something really fresh. great for a trip down memory lane.
(jp) wrote: Another charming movie by Emir Kusturica. Whether this guy shows us the plights of an entire nation or the everyday life of a family he does it in such an entertaining way that you 'll be surely enticed for the whole movie. Here he does a little bit of both. He shows us the plights of an entire nation through the everyday life of a family. The performances are excellent with Miki Manojlovic, Mirjana Karanovic and Moreno D'E Bartolli standing out, the humour is black and always present, the direction is smooth and suits the screenplay and the musical theme is a gentle caress to our ears. An essential film.
(us) wrote: The time I watched this Animated Movie on Betamax my view on Saturday Morning Cartoons change forever the story and the action is spectacular. He-Man and his twin sister She-Ra really kicked Hordak and his Evil Horde's ass real good.
(ca) wrote: In my opinion the greatest in the Rocky series. This fight is far more personal with much more emotional weight. With perfect pacing and character development this movie has inspired many boxing movies coming after it!
(fr) wrote: Excellent whodunit film. Ustinov and an all-star cast shine superbly in a fairly recent production in the classic filmmaking style. Wonderful dialogue and poignant flashbacks keep the story moving.
(ru) wrote: The stop-motion animation was better in "Beast from 20,000 Fathoms", but "Giant Behemoth" was good nonetheless. I liked the weapon the Behemoth had, shooting deadly radiation from its body via its natural electric current. Unique.
(nl) wrote: finally watched this movie. EXCELLENT
(es) wrote: Arnold Schwarzenegger delivers a triumphant performance as the brutal, sword-wielding legend Conan, in his second outing as the character in Conan: The Destroyer. The purpose of the plot is Conan sets out on a new quest, with fellow armed comrades, to accomplish a mission that may grant him the unique reward of the rebirth of the one woman he's ever loved. It's an interesting plot, which I find to outweigh it's predecessor, which depicts elements, such as: Conan, in his unstoppable quest, encountering sorcerers, fearless guards and, ultimately, a savaging reborn beast. It's a great sequel and features a fine cast, such as: Tracey Walter, Mako, Grace Jones and Wilt Chamberlain, with Olivia d'Abo, being my least favourite cast member. My second and third favourites, after Schwarzenegger, would have to be Walter and Mako, whose performances were watchable and almost as enjoyable as Schwarzenegger's.Conan: The Destroyer is definitely one of the finest sequels, more superior to it's predecessor, which features great storytelling, fine performances, spectacular sword-wielding action moments and a fantastic representation of the historical or mythical world.