A social and political satire about a true incident,it revolves around the search for the religious identity of a poor man crushed under the weight of a politician's hoarding. The film explores an Impossible India where bizarre is normal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dekh Tamasha Dekh
Dekh Tamasha Dekh is a political and social satire based on a true story, it revolves around the search for the religious identity of a poor man crushed under the weight of a politician`s hoarding.
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tanja n (au) wrote: A very strong movie with lots of feelings
Jerico T (de) wrote: A weird and funny slice-of-life white lie
Jonathan H (es) wrote: Wow. This movie came out of nowhere. Eerily gorgeous.
Hannah K (it) wrote: OMG words can't describe how funny and sweet this movie is! Ashton Kutcher and Zoe Saldana make a cute couple. And Ashton Kutcher is one sexy man!
Tiffers (fr) wrote: wow, this was a really strange movie! the ending was pretty surprising, and I thought the story was very interesting
aaron a (br) wrote: Synopsis: Documentary trains it's eye on a group of homeless people who live in an abandoned New York City railroad tunnel. At night, they retreat underground, where they have a sense of community that many surface dwellers would envy. The real value of this documentary is as a glimpse into a culture and a world that is simply alien to the majority of us. We get to know not only the situation that these people go through every day, but we get to know the homeless themselves, and the surprising thing is that despite the filth and rats they sleep next to everyday or regardless of how often they must manually dump their "s%&t spot" toilet, these people seem to keep a relatively upbeat state of mind. These people aren't stupid, nor or they mentally handicapped, they are just like you and me, though they have made tragic mistakes and are now caught in a funk that's a challenge to get out of. The documentary mainly focuses on the details of their underground world. Showing everything aforementioned above and simply documenting these peoples lives. Occasionally we get a more psychological look into who these peoples are and how they came to be living with the rats. One can almost smell the damp filth and concrete covered with yesterdays s#*t dump, though, the film manages to be both funny and inspirational. Though the film is a pretty straightforward example of documenting an interesting subject, Dark Days is not only surprisingly funny, but also somewhat pivotal to understanding the homeless.
James H (br) wrote: 38/100. Melodramatic television made rubbish. It means well, but it is poorly constructed, overacted and it just doesn't ring true. The direction is sloppy and poor, and the film drags on and on. Not once was I convinced by any of it.
Eduardo C (it) wrote: Poet director Pasolini's first film is a masterpiece about the ugly lives of pimps and prostitutes in post war Italy. It's gritty realism is deeply disturbing but also extremely powerful. Vittorio who likes to be called Accatone meaning the scrounger is a poor pimp who only has one prostitute under his control. One day she gets beaten up by a gang of rival pimps and is unable to work. Accatone sinks into deep poverty and meets Stella whom he unsuccessfully initially tries to convert into a prostitute. He falls in love with her and tries to go straight. Pasolini shows great compassion for the lives of these characters. A truly amazing film.
Tony D (de) wrote: "That's what I'm going to think when I'm eating my lucky charms with a Black Santa spoon." Fun coming-of-age road movie about three goofy teen boys' fumbling attempts to woo the girls of their prom dreams senior year. Our POV character hopefully seeks to restore his relationship with the adventurous girl he's loved since childhood. The cleverest of the three builds a believable relationship with a much hipper girl who scares him a bit. A third, hopelessly dopey character stumbles unbelievably into the arms of a heart sick young woman who just wants to be taken seriously. There is mystery, there is a quest, small town & high school rituals shatter. It's all quite wistful.