Madhusudan Chaudhary lives in a small fishing village in West Bengal, India, along with his wealthy but aging paternal uncle, who trusts him and lets him handle their estate and business. Madhusudan is in love with Dr. Anand's sister, Rekha, and everyone expects them to get married soon. Madhusudan's vices are drinking and having a good time, and this is what is held against him when a woman named Champa confides in Rekha that he had been intimate with her and as a result got her pregnant. Rekha confronts Madhusudan, but he denies everything, however, Rekha disbelieves him. Angry, he goes in search of Champa, only to find out that she is not to be found anywhere in the village.
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EWC o (mx) wrote: Fast paced but dips from fun over-the-top to stupid over-the-top far too often.
Maja K (jp) wrote: simplemente me gusto, es diferente de otras peliculas y me encanta la casa donde viven...me gustaria tener una igual para mi :)
Henrysmovieguide C (mx) wrote: A good spy and action movie. Tom Cruise acts well here. Almost as good as Rogue Nation. A little slow at times, but mostly pretty good.
Dave C (mx) wrote: curiously compelling, quite violent, disturbingly sexy, and strangely sad.
Gergely K (ag) wrote: Nevets (C)ges "men, Gyerekjt (C)k katyvasz a megszllt babrl meg a stn firl. Szerencs (C)re kell'en komolyan veszi magt ez (C)rt a rhg'grcs garantlt.
Aiu N (us) wrote: Reality is scary. This is a shocker.
Art S (es) wrote: That blunt title says it all: the women's roles in this picture and in society were defined with respect to the men in their lives. Moreover, the wife suspects the secretary and, although the latter is honest, she just might seduce her boss if the wife throws him over. The script builds a certain amount of tension but with lesser stars, this could easily have been painful (especially through today's eyes). But oh what stars! Clark Gable is witty and charming as the husband/boss running a magazine company, Myrna Loy is fetching and tender as the wife, and Jean Harlow is steadfast and alluring as the secretary. Jimmy Stewart even has a small part as Harlow's boyfriend. Director Clarence Brown (Garbo's favourite director) makes the most of MGM's glamour factory to dress up the proceedings and there are handsome close-ups to spare. But, yes, this is dated, not screwball enough, and badly misuses the comic talents of Myrna Loy by placing her in the sucker role - still for an escapist time-waster: not bad.
Aaron G (au) wrote: Everything that a Western should be, right down to the cliches we know and love.