Debshishu is a 1985 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Utpalendu Chakraborty. This powerful and realistic film is a study of poverty, illiteracy, natural calamities and the toll they take on the human soul. the story of a rural couple who're trying to survive on the road with many others like them, after their village was destroyed by a flood. the wife gives birth to a deformed baby, which is pronounced as a 'child of the devil' by the local pundit (Hindu priest), who forces them to abandon the child and exiles them from the community. the journey takes the couple towards a bizarre and heart-breaking conclusion
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(fr) wrote: perversa mezcla de todo lo antes visto en cuanto a pelis de miedo, lo malo es que no es una parodia, intentan asustar con imitaciones flojas y la msica!!! joder en que estaban pensando??? y ese final que?
(br) wrote: The Shaun of the Dead of noir movies.
(kr) wrote: Stiff acting. bland dialogue, dated score, ludicrous story
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(de) wrote: One of the better modern teen comedies
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(mx) wrote: The infamous and controversial Cannibal Holocaust has been on my to watch list for quite some time. I don't regret seeing it at all but part of came away a little disappointed. The movie is truly disturbing, especially the found footage sections of the movie. It's a shame that most of the acting is pretty bad. Sometimes it's hit and miss. The main guy I think his name is Robert Kerman, he did a fine job. The beginning parts of the movie actually work quite well. It starts as a simple rescue mission and then the second half is the found footage parts and also Robert Kerman explaining what he witnessed in the jungle. The movie flows much better than I expected it to. The music is really good and it has this strange uplifting/happy yet creepy quality to it. It really adds to the overall experience. The animal killings are real as well as the tribe. Sometimes everything is so realistic with how it looks and feels I can see why the movie has the reputation that it does. However it's extremely dated and the violence, rape, and torture is sure to turn many away. But if you're able to look past that and see the underlying messages of the film, it's worth watching.
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(gb) wrote: Favorite kid movie of all time
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