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Darpan

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  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length: 0 minutes
  • Release: 1970
  • Language: Hindi
  • IMDB link: Darpan
  • Keywords: remake,  

. . A Teacher from Siddharth College, Balraj Dutt (Sunil Dutt) from a well-known, wealthy, and reputed family falls in love with a former prostitute, Madhvi (Waheeda Rehman) and despite of

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Amy H (gb)

I would recommend this movie to anyone who longs for good plot and story development. This is a classic Bette Davis role, crazy broad!!!! Wow, what a story! They just don't make movies with this kind of depth anymore


Cade H (kr)

I just do not know if it has enough to turn it into a multi film series but we will see. It was not as great as the Bourne franchise but Jack Ryan provided enough to make this one worth watching. Keira Knightley was a great addition to the film and they focused a good amount on her which helped split up the film nicely. There were some good chase scenes as well as hand to hand combat fights and a very thrilling tense "hack the computer before they find out" segment. It hit its stride toward the later half of the movie and then the movie got good. I was a little worried at first because Jack was just an undercover wall street analysis and it seemed like there was no action or excitement in sight. Jack Ryan started out a little slow but once things hit their peak, it turned out to be a very entertaining movie


Carley H (kr)

I'm not into the whole space puppet film


Emily P (fr)

awwww that is the cute movie the poor kid


Ken T (ru)

t ended up being a rather bad "B" flick on the sci fi channel". This one was so bad it didn't even make it to the big screen. They really should have stopped at the first one. . . Okay


Kenjamin H (de)

No complaints over in the acting area because everyone featured are veterans. . because Ekin's not going to be around for another one of these in my opinion. . . so yeah the plot is nothing out of the oridinary but it's worth a viewing if you are a Y&D fan. . . . Autumn returns to Hong Kong hoping to start a new life and to clear his good name but Ghost (Stephen Fung), an up and coming member in the triad society wants to make a name for himself at the expense of Autumn. a notorious triad member during the 90's (like Chan Ho Nam) who has just been released from 8 years of imprisonment in Thailand. . . In it Ekin Cheng is Autumn Yip. this film to me is an unofficial ending to Chan Ho Nam of the Young & Dangerous movies. . . Chan Ho Nam is back! Well not really


kivernitis I (ca)

t beats doing the peeping-Tom routine!. Not to be missed, and not so depressing as one might think. Werner Herzog's review/statement on this film is spot-on. Do not miss any of his films if you value the truth. Digging this deeply is what makes Ulrich Seidl the most subversive documentarian alive today, he has no-peer (maybe Herzog). The thin man's discourse on 'too-many rules' and caged-animals hinges-on-this: Are the pets being caged? Or is it the owners? Has modern life been more fully-engineered as a 'trap' than we would care to admit? The viewer has to decide this for themselves, and there are no-explanations, or any need for them. Some of these relationships with the animals in Animal Love definitely border-on bestiality, but Seidl spares us this, at-least; but not much-else. The problem: this situation is to-their-advantage, so the only-solution is to replace-them. It would also be a good-lesson for architects and city-planners, so they can make environments people can actually live in. Look at Japanese cinema--is it happy? Every politician and businessman in the developed world should watch Seidl's films, so as to see where we are all heading. I'm sure the same can be said for Austria, France, or Germany, as well. Just watch five-minutes of American television, and you tell me we have a 'happy' culture. At some point, it leeches-into the culture, and you know an unhappy-one when you see it. This is a dangerous state to be in. Many people simply don't note this consciously, and they become peculiar in their behaviors. One has to face the fact that when you can no-longer imagine anything-else but your routine, you have become conquered. It's an unfortunate moment for everyone. Not even the commonality of having-dogs helps these people transcend and communicate with each other. Seidl's passionless-gaze on these lives expresses how brutal and cold our world is, and that much of it is natural. Ironically, the dog attacks the smaller-dog of a woman on a walk outside of their flat, and it just underlines how alienated people are nowadays. It is an interesting comment on why the men have their dog, and is underscored when we see them arguing over petty-things. It is a general existentialist-position: He correctly-proposes that people become neurotic like animals that are caged because of all the rules and laws that widely confine-us. The skinny, older Austrian-man has a very interesting series-of-observations about contemporary-life in our modern, and regimented world. This sometimes gives the film the feel of Dickens, but it is instructive and fascinating nonetheless. Many of the people in this documentary are very-very poor and isolated because of their social-status. But, in some cases, it's just broken-lives of people who would be messed-up in a utopia, and this is the fodder of all good drama. Americans are certainly overworked compared to the continental European-model. He should come to America sometime, he would find more-acute cases of estrangement. The forces that have shaped people in Seidl's documentaries are almost always absent or invisible. Of course, much of this is from simple-inequality, the press of humanity, and how the workplace structures our lives. But before we know it, many of the owners begin 'begging-the-question' as to why they are so close to their animal-companions: problems with past-relationships, and a general-disenchantment with people and society. 'Liebe' begins with a series of simple-tableaux of the owners and their pets. Somehow, by elevating-beauty, we have made the 'ordinary' extraordinary. Nobody in Animal Love is a glamour-puss, but the people are remarkable for their ordinary-qualities--something you don't often see in films these-days. From there, it can get weird. There is a silent-tragedy in the lives of these people that has made them shun people, and filling that hole with their pets. It could be anywhere: A pair of homeless young-men (whom I pity), an aged bourgeois- bachelorette and her unwholesome-relationship with her dog, two elderly men living in a high-rise tenement and their dog, and so-on. Rather than his usual suburban and urban-subjects, he goes for people who are the forgotten of Austria. The real people Seidl located for this film are on the margins of Austrian-society, which is a little different for him. Done four-years before Models (1999), this is another of director Ulrich Seidl's (Jesus, You Know) submersions into Austrian-subculture, as well as a testament to the modern-crisis of isolation and solitude


Liam M (kr)

ho's crazy? Him? Her? Us?. 'The Invitation' is a taught, tense thriller that breaks genre cliche and questions itself and the audience at ever turn. Constantly compelling and keeps the viewer firmly in its grasp from start to finish. Seriously strange and dripping in paranoia


Mario G (de)

ovely. cool and clean movie


Robert G (nl)

A little bit of a misfire, but Audrey Hepburn delivers the goods just like always, which helps save this film