A reporter researching the death penalty in India is recounted the story of a farm owner Virumandi whose role in a clan feud between Naicker and Kothalla Devar leads him to death row. As the story unfolds, there is a riot in the jail, and the only one who can get the reporter safely out of the prison is Virumandi.

A temperamental farmer gets embroiled in a bloody clan feud in a southern Tamil Nadu village. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Robert E (ca) wrote: This is the amazing story about the discovery of a treasure trove of brilliant photographs taken by a sadly mentally disabled spinster nanny, a discovery that was heralded in major news sources around the world as dazzling. As is with many brilliant artists she is now recognized after death as one of the world's greatest photographers. It is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

Ian C (es) wrote: Rourke is the balls, Barkin is pure filth, Henricksen is God, Whitaker and Freeman also add some class to this Walter Hill flick.

Lee M (jp) wrote: "Defense of the Realm" ends on a bleak and cynical note - unless you count the somewhat contrived epilogue - and gets there with intelligence and a sharp, bitter edge.

Jonas E (jp) wrote: A timeless classic, the tension is really extraodinary! It was also the last time Eastwood worked with Don Siegel.

Erik W (gb) wrote: not quite as good as the original but not to shabby.

Dorian H (de) wrote: If this isn't my prom night....all over again. Mako, my dear, cutting is not good, really.

Mickey F (ca) wrote: Outstanding from all aspects. Sturges' greatest film, and one that shouldn't be missed. Bracken is wonderful, as is the supporting cast, especially Demarest. An interesting look at hero worship and patriotism.