The life of middle-aged businessman Godbole is changed by a mysterious phone call from a Parsi named Jaduwalla. Godbole's mundane existence undergoes a transformation through a singularly curious item of furniture. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The life of middle-aged businessman Godbole is changed by a mysterious phone call from a Parsi named Jaduwalla. Godbole's mundane existence undergoes a transformation through a singularly curious item of furniture
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Nathan B (jp) wrote: Overall an enjoyable movie, good subject matter in this day in age.
Mark R (ca) wrote: Enjoyed the music and the occasionally embellished but true story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.
Scott R (jp) wrote: Brings you back to what the basics of live in hunting and gathering. The resourcefulness of these men and their simple joys is inspiring. It goes to show that despite a corrupt government, you can still have a great life, even in Russian Siberia.
Dave N (br) wrote: Docudrama that spells out the trouble we are in and have failed to revert
Bengel W (ag) wrote: Rather empty philosophy keeps the script bumping along in an empty path of dribble. Deeply rich in emotions and feelings the gushiness of the play keeps running forth in wimpy sentiment that pervades all moments. The photography picks up the scenery well giving some beauty to the trauma that is going on in the mind, relationship and death. A brilliant look into the problems of mental illness and its consequences make this a tearjerker of a movie. Nibbles: Bunt Cake.
Private U (ag) wrote: Mainly, it's about a bunch of kind-hearted ordinary people, who try their best to put some light & happiness into a blind girl's life. What they've done is hilarious, thoughtful, and mostly, endearing & touching. The only defect is it's kinda unreal in this cruel world. It's just a wishful idea of the director, IMO. Anyway, it's good.
Laura M (fr) wrote: It was kind of Loves Labour's Lost meets Dead Poets meets Footloose, and then it went somewhere I've never really seen a movie go and it kind of made it worth the 3:36 runtime, but really this movie did not have to be over three hours. I really, really liked it though.
armand e (it) wrote: watched a lot of flicks of the same genre as this in the late 80s... worth a look-see?... you really gotta ask?=)
Scott B (fr) wrote: Boring Hitchcock-lite.
Bals A (nl) wrote: Probably it's a little bit too sentimental but still a very touching romantic story and one of the very best of the end of the millenium.