On vacation in the foothills of Himalayas with his wife, Satyabati, and his best friend, Ajit, private investigator Byomkesh gets embroiled in a simple photograph theft, which is quickly followed by a gruesome murder. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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- Stars:Maria Ehrich, Jannis Niewöhner, Veronica Ferres, Uwe Kockisch, Abir Chatterjee, Saswata Chatterjee, Usashi Chakraborty, Koushik Sen, Chandan Sen, Sujan Mukherjee, Pijush Ganguly, Debranjan Nag, Kunal Padhy, Sudipa Basu, Arindoi Bagchi, Biswajit Chakraborty, Swastika Mukherjee, Jiban Bhowmick, Tapas Bhowmick,
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Dan M (gb) wrote: Another strange foreign film, this one from Norway. I honestly have no idea what to make from it, it's odd and short.. wasn't boring, the end was abrupt as hell. Didn't hate it, but didn't really much care for it either. I'm curious to know if all movies from Norway are this weird.
Yann B (au) wrote: je surnote un peu, l'ide etant assez sympa
Luke C (fr) wrote: Better than the first.
doris c (us) wrote: seems... interesting...
Brian P (jp) wrote: didnt like this one.........
Grant K (au) wrote: Decent acting from Statham and Basinger are bogged down by one of the dumbest premises of all time and a completely off-putting Evans.
PieterJan V (nl) wrote: Another good 'Taxi' movie. It was hilarious to see Sylvester Stallone in the opening scene !
Carlos R (us) wrote: Good movie, not one of his best but it kept me glued to the screen!
Owen T (ca) wrote: Really funny one of my favourites during childhood
Paul J (de) wrote: Cool spoof on spy movies. James Coburn is pretty funny.
Aj V (nl) wrote: This is a more intense version of Scarlett Street, and I can't decide which one I like better, but they have such similar plots, I get them mixed up.
Petros V (kr) wrote: kykneio asma tou Bergman. arketa kalo kai ligo arrwsto
jesse k (kr) wrote: Pedantic, bombastic Oliver Stone failure that takes endurance to sit through. I didn't care and I'll bet you won't either.
Charlie M (jp) wrote: his is one of those movies that teachers and parents love because it reinforces the rewards of efforts in education, and acknowledges that teachers work more than 8 months a year. Like Goodbye Mr. Chips, this movie is meant to be an emotional reflection on how the efforts of one can inspire many for greatness or just goodness. Dead Poets Society was on the same path with it's lessons in literature (until shit got dark), but music is a more transferrable medium than English. Music is ingrained in the human soul as a means of expression, it's the power of poetry without all those damn words. Whether it's classic, soul, hip-hop or house music, there's an innate human need for jamz.Throughout there are plenty of cheesy moments played up to make us cry, but Richard Dreyfuss (at his best here) sells it all so well that the moments work. Sure some teenagers look a little old (including Terrence Howard), the vice principal (William H. Macy) is a straw-man asshole, and there's the bitter irony of a music teacher's son being deaf, but you can't help but be moved when Dreyfuss signs & sings John Lennon's"Beautiful Boy" to his son in concert. I think there is a value to a maudlin film where a man doesn't get the life he wanted, but still ends up happy. It can feel forced but the sentiment is still very reassuring.
Michaela B (au) wrote: Gritty and well-acted by Famke. The soundtrack was great. Clog is wonderful.