The British Government admits to taking the priceless Kohinoor diamond from India, but agree to loan it for an exhibition to a multi-millionaire Vinay Kumar. Vinay arranges for top security... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Return of Jewel Thief
The British Government admits to taking the priceless Kohinoor diamond from India, but agree to loan it for an exhibition to a multi-millionaire Vinay Kumar.
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Andrew S (gb) wrote: This was not very funny and the characters were forgettable.
john m (mx) wrote: The truth is that everything begins and ends suddenly, at the same point, the zero point. To our blocking a truth we already know. The human loss becomes painful for those left behind
Martin D (kr) wrote: "ca existe pas un territoire neutre"
Christine D (au) wrote: Realized I already watched this one. Very good movie with an imaginative storyline.
Julie K (au) wrote: todo pegador tem teso na me. freud explica.
Carlo C (us) wrote: Comedia en la que un escritor con la inspiracin perdida y la brjula chueca, se topa con la oportunidad de rehacer su vida al encontrarse con un nio y una mesera que voltearn su mundo de cabeza, para enderezarlo despus de todo. Dominguera y entretenida, perfecta para despresurizarse.
Lee M (fr) wrote: All the movie is is a blatant cash-in on the titular Brothers, and their notorious rise to power.
Davi M (es) wrote: I get what they were trying to do but it was slow moving. ending was MEH.
Reece L (nl) wrote: Van Sant's vouyeristic gaze rightfully robs the events in the film of their drama, and to approach this kind of material in any other way would be inappropriate and exploitative. The violence on display is presented as it would be seen in real life, the characters normal teenagers dealing with real issues that drive some to act impulsively and irrationally. This brand of filmmaking isn't for everyone, but if you give yourself over to the experience, you'll gain a new perspective on why these senseless acts of violence take place. "Elephant" could even make you a better person, and it doesn't resort to sensationalism to do so. Yes, the shooting is absolutely brutal to sit through, but it's meant to be. Change doesn't happen without a jolt that forces us into action, and "Elephant" more than generates this effect while subtly probing the audience to question why it was so easy for these kids to get guns in the first place, why they felt the need to murder, and how we as a society can prevent these kinds of events from happening in the future.