The Golden Thread

The Golden Thread

A man (Abhi Bhattacharya) opposes the love between his sister and the orphan (Satindra Bhattacharya) they adopted years earlier.

It was part of the trilogy, Meghe Dhaka Tara (1960), Komal Gandhar (1961), and Subarnarekha (1962), all dealing with the aftermath of the Partition of India in 1947 and the refugees coping with it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jonny B (it) wrote: Firstly, let me just mention that Jenna Gallaher is a goddess. Secondly, the screenwriter of this film needs a history lesson - the film is set in 1939 during WW11 yet the US did not enter the war until 1941.Putting historical inaccuracies aside, we get more than we've come to expect from recent Full Moon movies or the 'Puppet Master' franchise in general. Sure the title of this film is hilariously awful and some of the acting is atrocious but the production value is high for a Full Moon movie, meaning it's well photographed (some of the panning is shaky and there's not enough camera movement) for the most part and the set designs are decent. As for the infamous puppets, they don't do much and when they do the gore is nothing to celebrate.Myriad flaws and all 'Puppet Master: Axis of Evil' is entertaining and one of the better entries in the series.

Mike T (it) wrote: In this review of 'Confessions Of A Porn Addict,' you will have to pardon some "French." If you are blissfully ignorant of some, good for you. I wanted to see an indie film. Instead, I got a faux documentary of blue comedy. Too faux that it rocked common sense. Sorry Duncan Christie, you failed to sucker me in. First, you do not go on a night reconnaissance mission to a major porn producer's house with camera lights blasting and a boom mic overhead. Second, it is highly unlikely that you, your camera man and your actor disguised as Doc, will be able to infiltrate a "bukkake with all and every Joe" film shoot. Third, you DO NOT let two people kiss in the mouth for comedy when one is soaked and dripping from said "bukkake with all and every Joe."There's more, but I won't go there.You almost had it, though. If it were not for the three above mentioned points and the cast Spencer Rice, Lindsey Connell and Mark Breslin whom I recognized, it would have been cinema verite.Finally, absolutely no human male can ever go for eight straight years without orgasming. That is such a lie. And please, semen unreleased through penile ejaculation does not turn into sweat. For godssakes, if you're a warm blooded male, gay or straight, masturbate if you have to.Oops, pardon my French.

Francisco L (it) wrote: Extremely well acted, with perfect Meryl Streep performances, with a clever script and with a very pertinent and interesting theme, The Iron Lady can be considered a prominent documentary that approached the theme with the delicacy that it deserves.

Aaron B (ca) wrote: If I had a copy of this movie, The Man and a pistol, and god said I absolutely had to use one of them. I don't think it would be such a hard choice. There is a new definition for a bad movie and it is this. Nick Cannon who is trying to do his best Chris Tucker imitation only comes off as a major annoyance. He plays a cop, yet doesn't wear a uniform. How old can this kid be? Are we to believe he made detective at 21? That is just a nit pick this movie suffers from a lot more than just missing on a few details. One good thing I can say about it is , It's "PURE" Crap, they managed to do a movie so bad it is pure in it's own horridness. I feel violated for having seen it.

Torsten M (fr) wrote: Nice movie from Mexico with soundtrack by Paul van Dyk and Eduardo Gamboa.

Alice S (au) wrote: Supernatural/psychological/fantasy films need to abide by a set of thematic rules so that the audience can believe in their world. This film does not, which makes the entire thing ridiculously unbelievable, melodramatic, and choppy. Heard Australian version is told in linear form, not flashbacks, which may be better. I still love Guy Pearce.

Anthony T (nl) wrote: Mediocre Stephen Chow effort from the 1990s. I was bored, and Chow is awkward playing his usual brand of comedy with a deadpan serious plot. Only saving grace are the clever James Bond parody villains.

Alec B (ca) wrote: An utterly heartbreaking film about the people on the very fringe of society in the 1930s. It features one of the best performances Jack Nicholson has ever given. It allows him to have the crazy angry moments he is known for as well as the more subdued that he is also very good at. Meryl Streep is her usual fantastic self here and she makes you cry with just a facial expression. Outside of their performances its a powerful exploration of the fact that "bums" are not just bums. They have stories and lives that are just as important as everyone else. As Nicholson's character says, "Before they were bums they were somebody."

Gabo A (au) wrote: I'm so moved. Touched. Completely mesmerized by this slow soulful beauty of a film.

Joel M (ca) wrote: 6/10: A very clever sci-fi thriller! This movie is an example of where budget is limited, but with the right amount of plot and dialog, this movie can be really good. Highly recommended if you are a sci-fi fan. Cult classic in the making.

Bheema D (us) wrote: In social terms, it's a convincing call to fight like Hell. In narrative terms, it's an exhibition of how protagonists can have a wide assortment of natural flaws while not effecting the likability of the characters in question. It is also visually impressive, and the tension excels.

Cathie L (br) wrote: When I returned from Turkey to Marin County in 1967, Janis was already a star and was ending her relationship with Big Brother. I really enjoyed this movie as it gave a more intimate look at the star that was Janis.