Indian film with Uttam Mohanty, Aparajita Mohanty and Sarat Pujari

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Astaraga torrent reviews

KARLA E (mx) wrote: Touches on subjects normally kept behind closed doors. All beautiful portray characters that you ache for, love or wish them some type of bodily harm ( figuratively speaking of course)

Anne F (au) wrote: During a family reunion, a wealthy elderly grandmother describes her death as meaning that memories and secrets will die with her. She dies within a year and her children have to come to agreement over the fate of the treasures she owned. The film felt false inasmuch as her children didn't bicker and hold resentments in the way that British families would; perhaps the French really are more civilised, and I didn't feel that it engaged enough upon the very interesting idea of lost memories and secrets.

Sebastian Z (us) wrote: A touching, beautiful film that hits home. I refuse to understand all the dislike towards it.

Maria S (au) wrote: Clever, psychologically sharp, masterfully acted, unnerving and... beautiful.

Michael Y (mx) wrote: An interesting true story one doesn't often hear about.

David W (kr) wrote: Not bad, Not bad Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie give good performances in a pretty muddled story in a mental institution.

Debra S (de) wrote: I just love this movie... what can i say?

Gina W (ru) wrote: Sometimes it was just too slow, and definitely too hard on its women.

Jason E (ag) wrote: I really liked this movie. It was like if you mixed a teen movie with a few X files episodes. There was a lot of cool (but a bit overdone) death symbolism. The first scene with the plane was very cool.

Timothy S (mx) wrote: Interesting story with a twist, good music, approaches the subject from a very different perspective without judgement

Brian D (it) wrote: Possibly the worst movie I've seen so far this year. I did not expect it to be as bad as Jaws: The Revenge, but it almost was. I was constantly shocked at how horrible nearly every aspect of this movie was.