Shanker Choudhury's (Tarun Bose) mother (Pratima Devi), at the pleas of her dying husband, marries off his (Shanker's) daughter to a youth. Both the children are under-age and do not know ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chhoti Si Mulaqat
Shanker Choudhury's (Tarun Bose) mother (Pratima Devi), at the pleas of her dying husband, marries off his (Shanker's) daughter to a youth. Both the children are under-age and do not know ...
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Per M (ru) wrote: Som det mesta frn Kina en kopia p nt amerikanskt recept, fungerar vl men ska inte strcka mig och sga att det r en bra film. Klyschorna haglar ner och osannolika lsningar p det mesta!!
Carlos G (br) wrote: Una pelcula que demuestra que la Justicia en Colombia no cojea, no llega, simplemente no existe...
Jonathan J (mx) wrote: Malgre un sc (C)nario trs banal en apparence et une B-A elle aussi trs banale, ce film est a ne pas rater en cette rentr (C)e.Grace a un excellent Niels Arestrup, d (C)cid (C)ment trs bon aprs un prophte, mais aussi un excellent Patrick Chesnais.Lorant Deutsch a parcouru du chemin depuis les intr (C)pides qui s'il est un ton en dessous de ces deux pr (C)c (C)dents acteurs reste trs juste. Certaines r (C)pliques sont succulentes. La mise en scene et le montage bien que classiques restent dynamiques.
Ian T (ca) wrote: Great doc. My one negative point is that it concentrated a little too much on the religious fundamentalist side of the 'pro life' movement. Although I come from a religious background I do view these people as living in a bubble and not educated in the modern sense. Therefore it frames the argument as us vs them or even ignorance vs enlightenment. He does makes some attempt to address this and I think the look at fundamental i was in itself interesting.
NEEECK T (fr) wrote: This isnt as bad as you might think. Its still not very good, but it might suprise you...
Konrad A (fr) wrote: Not much I can say about this movie because there was not enough action in this movie for me to enjoy
Biliana I (ca) wrote: Very relaxing, "Chill-out" movie. I liked the interesting approach toward Food with its taste, aroma and Love, served on the background of beautiful brazilian music.
Nicki M (es) wrote: Loved it. I felt so sorry for these women with no option but to marry a wealthy man and become one of his wives. And then the unnecessary back stabbing of each other and the tragedy at the end. Visually beautiful too with the lanterns and costumes. Even the opera singing was very pretty, which was surprising to me!
Cori B (br) wrote: Favorite ever since I was a kid.
Paul Z (de) wrote: The flat, sophomoric yet impervious escapism of the '80s is encapsulated in this occasionally funny adolescent popcorn fantasy portraying the Cold War as not a whole lot more than a globe-trotting paintball game.
Laurel S (de) wrote: I loved this movie as a kid cuz Gene Kelly danced with Jerry the mouse.
The N (de) wrote: me encant la historia del erizo
Richard D (fr) wrote: John Wayne plays the older sergeant disliked by his troops for his rigid attitude until they finally discover through the rigors of actual combat that he had their interests at heart. This is a dynamic that plays out through many subsequent war films right up to Clint Eastwood's "Heartbreak Ridge" (although the battle for Iwo Jima is a little higher stakes than the invasion of Grenada). B movie fans will be pleased to see John Agar as a really lax young private who learns the errors of his ways. Richard Jaeckel also stars.