Unishe April (1994) is an award-winning feature film directed by Rituparno Ghosh. The film is in Bengali. It stars Aparna Sen, Debashree Roy, Prosenjit Chatterjee and Dipankar Dey. The film's music is composed by Jyotishka Dasgupta. It won two National Film Awards in 1995, including the National Film Award for Best Feature Film. It is a loose remake of the 1978 Ingmar Bergman film Autumn Sonata. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Pouyan S (gb) wrote: Great documentary, indescribable score!!!
Daniel P (ru) wrote: Overly sentimental and a little simplistic, but handsome photography and Rahim's performance keep it eminently watchable.
Gabriel C (de) wrote: Hugo is proof that Martin Scorsese can make family movies.
Private U (kr) wrote: I absolutely love this movie.Kymani Marley is too sexy and that girl can sing her ass off
Gary S (mx) wrote: Kind of boring, but Kristen Bell made it kind of worth it. She rocks every time! The woman is probably the best actress in Hollywood!
Frances H (us) wrote: Nice girl true friend flick. Mira Sorvino does a good acting job.
Adam R (ca) wrote: Mindless action with a confused plot. Dennis Rodman's acting is about as bad as you would expect. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
Russ B (au) wrote: 9/16/2016: A good cast and a fun interesting plot, but not well written. It should have been more comedic rather love story in its delivery.
Alex F (gb) wrote: An all time animation masterpiece, we see a side of Batman we've never seen before, a more human, tormented side, seeking for happiness and a normal life, a brilliant superhero story.
Louis D (nl) wrote: Reiko Ike vs. Christina Lindberg
Jeffrey B (kr) wrote: One for the ages. Too many good characters to choose from! Chevy Chase is great.
John S (mx) wrote: Interesting and surrealistic.
Jonathan B (de) wrote: OK so probably more of interest because of its heritage and legacy, The Quatermass Xperiment is still a watchable and enjoyable movie dated though it may be.Based on the Nigel Kneale penned BBC TV series that apparently scared the nation witless in the early 1950s this was the movie that set Hammer film studios along its horror path, although this tale is more science fiction than the gothic horror that was to become their meat and drink.Set in a post war Britain where naturally we'd be the first to have a manned space mission, something goes horribly wrong when the spaceship returns to Earth. Only one astronaut survives, his shipmates having being turned into goo.What follows is a gruesome metamorphosis into a cactus before he finally transforms into a giant, spore bearing octopus that is cornered in West Minster Abbey.The unfortunate astronaut is played creepily by Richard Wordsworth who manages to turn in a performance with just the right amount of mania and pain. He is ably supported by a plethora of old British acting talent such as Jack Warner, Lionel Jeffries, Gordon Jackson and Thora Hird (who gives a lovely little performance as a drunken tramp).Sadly, for me, the movie is let down by the performance of Brian Donlevy who seems far removed from the character of Quatermass as envisioned by Kneale or indeed originally played on television so brilliantly by Reginald Tate and later by Andre Morell. Donlevy approaches the role with a strange mix of Chicago mobster and hack reporter that jars with the setting and background of the story. Indeed it would be over a decade before Hammer seemed to get the casting of this role just right in their version of Quatermass and the Pit when Andrew Keir took on the role in the third of their films based on the character.Still this is an interesting film and a lot more intelligent than other sci-fi flicks of the era and could be seen as the granddaddy of later movies such as Alien.Worth a watch.