Pyar Ka Mausam

Pyar Ka Mausam

Seema is the only child of widowed Mohan, who is adopted by Mohan's boss, Sardar Ranjit Singh, who has no heir to his estate, as his daughter, Jamuna, eloped with a much poor peasant, Gopal...

Seema is the only child of widowed Mohan, who is adopted by Mohan's boss, Sardar Ranjit Singh, who has no heir to his estate, as his daughter, Jamuna, eloped with a much poor peasant, Gopal... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pyar Ka Mausam torrent reviews

Rawballs B (kr) wrote: Such a waste of time... I dare you not to watch this 'whatever' movie...

Anthony C (ca) wrote: love this film a bloody good time. I even started a fan page on Facebook for it.

David G (ca) wrote: great movie its like watching "The game" on the other side.

Lukas S (jp) wrote: Actually not as bad as I expected it to be. It has a decent but chaotic storyline, a tiny bit of gore, and it is short enough to keep you entertained. Although it is definitely nothing to write home about it's still worth watching if you don't have anything else to do at the moment.

Mohammed A (nl) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Mohammed Ammar A (it) wrote: it feels watching directly on the street for real, the disorder ambiance in the end, messing me up

Flor M (us) wrote: Great movie and foreign too!

Salah A (au) wrote: "Catwoman" is so incredibly laughable.

Alex K (us) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.

Camille L (fr) wrote: Bernie est parfois trs drle, avec des squences franchement trs bien trousses et des moments de bravoure impressionnant. Mais Bernie est souvent trs permissifs avec les trous d'air d'un scnario qui n'est que l'ombre de ce qu'il devrait tre, sans doute d un terrible manque de rigueur de la part d'Albert Dupontel, qui laisse certaines squences s'terniser sans jamais tre importantes ou tout juste intressantes. C'est trs dommage car Dupontel est justement excellent en psychopathe presque attachant, Roland Blanche est hilarant et Nicolas Mari toujours un plaisir voir jouer.

Eduardo C (mx) wrote: Moody low budget tragic romance tales that seeps into you very powerfully. It is postwar Poland. An american soldier with PTSD due to being tortured while a P.O.W under the Nazis is searching for a woman with a big heart. Emilia seems ordinary. She is not good looking, has aged rapidly because of the war so that she seems middle-aged despite being a young woman, lives in destitute poverty, and is trying to take are of her sickly mom. But none of this matters to Norman the soldier who instantly falls for her even though he doesn't know a word of Polish and she doesn't know a word of English. They communicate through translators and Emilia is very reluctant a first to get involved with him. To exacerbate matters a gang of desperate thugs break in and steal what little Emilia and her mom has. The Ultra conservative and corrupt Polish authorities put up obstacles against Emilia leaving Poland due to her being married even though it's obvious her soldier husband has perished in the war. However, they can be paid off through bribes. It turns out Emilia's mom has a hidden stash of money but she is told the price has gone up so she can only buy the freedom of her daughter not herself. Tragically, she begins to will her own death. She needs medicine, Emilia gets it for her but she insists on taking her own meds. She gets rid of the meds without taking them and soon dies. However, Emilia is under the mistaken assumption her mother has bribed the authorities for 2 exit visas, when in fact it is only for one. So, she offers one of them to her neighbor. A woman who has been ostracized for having been a whore in the Nazi death camp to SS officers. But that was the only way she could have survived the death camp. She yearns to start a new life for herself in America or in western Europe where no one knows her. In addition she has been a good friend to Emilia and has even nursed Emilia's mom at times. So the day comes when Norman expects Emilia in West Berlin, but instead of Emilia , the former prostitute Stella arrives, proving that Emilia had a huge heart after all. She sacrifices herself for her friend. Norman never sees her again. His dream was to take her to his farm in Wyoming. The film has a mystical powerful ending.

Trevor S (ru) wrote: Absolutely brilliant movie. The characters' anxieties for the future whilst waiting to go to Vietnam create a starting point for the building tension when a combination of race, sexuality and bigotry result in a finale of extreme violence

Chris B (br) wrote: Zorro twists his ankle and gets hurt..who ya gonna call??? His twin gay brother who wears plum and uses a whip! Classic unknown comedy!

monsieur r (nl) wrote: Impressive diabolical thriller. Roy Scheider is as incredible an actor as there has ever been in our brief existance. Finding a girl in his apartment after he has been gone a while, they wrestle for the apartment. This is all Scheider. He IS this movie. From one shocking scene to another, this man who is under constant threat of being killed (or he thinks so), seeks just the comfort he needs from his young girl roomate. He lost his wife, now he is losing his mind. Just incredible acting. An incredible film. Christopher Walken is so good too. A real plus in his short appearance. Roy Scheider stars as a government agent losing his grip on sanity when his wife is killed and he becomes the assassins' next target in this frightening story that co-stars Mandy Patinkin and Christopher Walken. But is he really losing his sanity? Cast Roy Scheider Mandy Patinkin Christopher Walken John Glover Janet Margolin Sam Levene Charles Napier Crew Director: Jonathan Demme Costume Designer: Jane Greenwood Cinematographer: Tak Fujimoto Editor: Barry Malkin Screenplay: David Shaber Associate Producer: John Nicolella Production Designer: Charles Rosen Composer: Miklos Rozsa Producer: Michael Taylor Producer: Dan Wigutow

Antonius B (mx) wrote: A gripping, weighty film, with an Italian women (Sophia Loren) and her 12-year-old daughter (Eleonora Brown) fleeing Rome towards the end of WWII. Director Vittorio De Sica is incredibly balanced in what was a highly charged subject: he shows Italians who had supported the fascists and Italians who were wealthy while the peasants around them starved, but most of all, he shows Italians simply trying to survive the end of the war. We see soldiers from England, Germany, America, Russia, and Morocco at various points in the film, with the woman and her child holed up with extended family in the hills, and then later trying to make their way back to Rome. It's fascinating to see this part of the war from the Italian perspective. What happens to the mother and her child in a bombed out church (perhaps a symbolic setting) is horrifying, but while the film has these dark elements, and people living under conditions of privation at a time when those around them were being killed randomly, it doesn't crush you with its darkness. I think that comes from the incredible strength in Loren's performance, which is wonderful. She is worthy of having won an Oscar for her performance, even with other nominees that year including Audrey Hepburn (Breakfast at Tiffany's) and Natalie Wood (Splendor in the Grass). Jean-Paul Belmondo is also excellent as an intellectual professor who seems to see the greater truth in the events that had befallen Italy, and who is often at odds with the peasants around him. De Sica is undoubtedly speaking directly to viewers when he has this character say that an alternate strategy on the part of the Allies would have led to fewer civilian deaths in the cities. He's not making excuses for his country, he's simply showing the very real tragedy of war. He does this throughout the movie with all the right touches, and shows the human spirit enduring despite it all. Great film.

Sunshine s (jp) wrote: Never heard of Kay Kendall? Chic, leggy, funny Kay Kendall? Check out Les Girls, one of the best moments for the beautiful British actress (and wife of Rex Harrison), whose promising career ended when she died two years after this film's 1957 ...

bob f (gb) wrote: so far still got to watch rest yet

Kenric A (au) wrote: Wow this film from Sam Esmail (of Mr. Robot fame) was way underrated by both the critics and the fans. The positive reviews are accurate, while the negative reviews sound like they're coming from people who are simply in denial of Justin's harsh yet honest observations.

Alex S (it) wrote: Knocked Up is traditional Judd Apatow fare, with a surprising amount of realism, as well as consistent laughs making for a fun watch, but not too much to remember.