Directed by Simerjeet Singh, the film deals with a village in Punjab; the youth of which are heedless to their responsibilities. This affects the progress of the village as a whole, leaving... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Directed by Simerjeet Singh, the film deals with a village in Punjab; the youth of which are heedless to their responsibilities. This affects the progress of the village as a whole, leaving...
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Mohammed A (ca) wrote: Not a good movie to watch
willy w (it) wrote: I don't know if I want to give this movie such a high trading because I'll probably never recommend it or watch it again. It's too much. It felt like the film to end all films. Stark. B&W. The same long track throughout most of the movie where one doesn't find the and howling. Lots of long shots. I don't remember one montage, or even a cut within minutes. The opening scene is without equal. The first few minutes tracking the horse is outstandingly beautiful. By the end I have so many questions and feel half terrified and half enervated. What did they see, or what occurred, when they turned back?What does the horse symbolize? Their connection to the world/ their reliance and oneness with it/their fate? Disapproval? Why the gypsies?The book? What is she reading? It sounded like nonsense. Who gives the bizarre speech in the middle of the film? (Everything is destroyed via King Midas effect. The noble is gone.) To what effect?Is it apocalyptic?
nitin r (es) wrote: Rarely a film is made with so much of heart. The journey which the three "idiots" take you on, is one of friendship, love, sacrifice, innovation, empathy, courage and many more subtle human qualities which are soon (somehow) getting lost. The screenplay is superb and movie does not feel bore even for a second. Editing (purely 'x' minutes) could have been better. The actors have done a fabulous job. Hats off.
Matt G (kr) wrote: What makes the ultra-low budget Eden Lake work is its interest in the "how" of events instead of the "what". It delves deeper into the details of the horror and the emotional weight of what's happening than many of its ilk. Overall it's a little overrated, but this attention to the smaller stuff helps make it worth seeing.
Dan H (gb) wrote: A fascinating film with believable, real portraits of teens. There's a TON of sex, nudity, drug use and violence. The performances from the main leads are all pretty great as well, and the script is pretty good. That said, the film is overlong, and can be kind of a chore to sit through, although I did enjoy it a good deal.
Kimberly K (fr) wrote: completely ridiculous in the best way.
Sarah B (gb) wrote: A very adorable story, breezy as all Rhomer.
Thomas K (gb) wrote: Really dumb and great fun.
Derrick D (ru) wrote: Exceptional performances, focused storytelling, well executed set pieces, and a fine job of photography set this biopic comfortably among the best examples of the genre. The only missing element to the story is love, but Patton's humanity is conveyed through his frustrations, ambitions, flaws, and regrets.
Steve B (ag) wrote: Watch out for Mrs. Bull getting shot in the arse with an air gun. Classic 60's kitchen sink drama!
Morris N (ca) wrote: I'd watch anything in this series just to watch Loy and Powell play these characters.