Dance of the Wind

Dance of the Wind

The mother of the Indian female singer Pallavi (Kitu Gidwani) is at the end of her life. She was master and teacher for her daughter for the art of Indian singing. But she will not be able to complete her lessons. So Pallavi experiences the lack of the guru of her mother. Finally she finds him in a very young street-girl who is able to sing marvelously. But this girl keeps disappearing again and again...

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Dance of the Wind torrent reviews

Christopher H (gb) wrote: Too slight and predictable to be memorable except for the fact that it broaches the topic of how a prospective couple can get confused by thinking they are or should be "just friends" - that really should have been the topic of the film, which is otherwise about an inexplicably unmotivated teenage boy failing at school.

Mike M (de) wrote: A Bollywood thriller with the sort of cute premise that might pop up in a straight-to-video American offering or some Far Eastern technological horror... It's a bit of a shame Surti can't find a way to better integrate the romance and thriller aspects, which might have brough a 118-minute film down to authentic B-movie length; it certainly cheats in giving the hero five days to work out how he's going to meet his maker, allowing Mukesh to strut his way through an elaborately choreographed musical number in a Thai watering hole. Other extraneous silliness: the snapper's main gig is running through forests for "Jungle Weekly", a publication I can't imagine having much of a future in its present four-times-a-month format, and his idea of seduction - which really has to be seen to be believed - involves leaping out of the dark playing a Kenny G-like saxophone solo at the object of his affections. Still, it has definite fun with the central conceit, allowing Basu to push Mukesh off the roof of a Bangkok hotel on the grounds she knows that isn't how he dies, gradually revealing more and more individuals trying to get their hands on the hero's zoom lens, and arriving at an ending that straddles the fine line between cheeky and cop-out.

Oliver G (mx) wrote: Fucked a girl whilst watching so i give good score

Lachlan D (br) wrote: I have to say that overall I liked the film and I don't think the problem is the way Winterbottom handles his actors, I think it's mainly script problems. I even enjoyed the fact that I was offended by the scenes of gratuitous violence.

Pavan R (us) wrote: An entertaining movie...a bit of nonsense comedy with good dialogues is always a good change

Karen E (kr) wrote: A real cool film too see. A great light(ish) hearted comedy that is actually funny. I didn't read the cast but pretty sure the two guys from White Chicks are in it - one as a black lady and one as a blonde.

Steve S (br) wrote: Shows how political fanatics on either side of the spectrum can be dangerous. Also shows that Michael Moore and Sean Hannity are the same people on the opposite sides of the spectrum

Tammy R (kr) wrote: A complex and sad movie. Not something I would see again but I liked it.

Lauren G (ca) wrote: not into vampire flicks, but this is actually a very good movie.

Vladimir Z (nl) wrote: One of the best movies Ive ever seen

Waleed A (ru) wrote: fun movie, cool story, a couple of old movie qualities but enjoyable overall. some funny characters too (1 viewing)

Rebecca B (mx) wrote: great ..clever.. great old time entertainment...timeless

Gregory W (us) wrote: good stuff kinda noirish though though 20th century markets as such I kinda disagree.

Helen W (ag) wrote: Joan Fontaine and Louis Jourdan are really good in this, despite the slightly implausible story line.

Andrew J (ag) wrote: My favorite Kevin Smith movie!