Manorama, the daughter of a rich, orthodox family is married off, leaving her childhood friend Deodhar and his secret love for her, in despair. When tragedy befalls her, and traditions seem unfair, Deodhar must fight for what's right.
- Stars:Shammi Kapoor, Nanda, Tanuja, Vijayendra Ghatge, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Bindu, Sushma Seth, Raza Murad, Rajendra Nath, Kiran Vairale, Om Prakash, Monty Nath, Rishi Kapoor, Padmini Kolhapure, Leela Mishra,
- Director:Raj Kapoor,
- Writer:Kamna Chandra (story), Jainendra Jain (dialogue), Jainendra Jain (screenplay), K.K. Singh (additional dialogue)
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(mx) wrote: absolutley shit. really shouldnt even released this if i was that twat that played keith lemon id be embarresed by this film. guys funny on tv but hopefully never see him in another movie. one good bit was seeing denise van outens still got it lol.
(ru) wrote: Funny film - with a good message too! Thanks for the recommendation, Lauren!!!
(ag) wrote: Une vraie pure comdie franaise
(mx) wrote: This one's not bad, lots of good acting performances. The script is good, not great, but engaging enough. It's interesting to see all the internal conflicts being struggled through.Edit: I watched this again (April 2015), and bumped it up to 4 stars. The intensity and drama are pretty good.
(kr) wrote: This being Ken Loach you know the politics will be to the left when telling the story of Volunteers during the spanish civil war . That said Loach has created a rare beast of a war film one with plenty of political brains and human heart behind it. Ian Hart plays David Carr a card carrying communist who joins the POUM during the civil war and see's first hand how the struggle is taking its toll not only on the people but on the seperate groups fighting Franco's facists. Carr gets to see how the POUM are badly armed but determined to fight for their cause no matter what the human cost ,he also gets to see how the REAL communists despise the POUM and how that in fighting cripples the ideals of his comardes in arms. Only Ken Loach would have the nerve to stop the battles scenes an stage a 10 minute debate between the POUM and the peasants regarding the ownership of the land in a village they have liberated. This debate and the course the film takes afterwards give it a real edge and snap that kept this reviewer totally engaged. A vital history lesson then from a vital director.