Dil... Akhir Dil Hai
Kusam Desai moves from Pune to Bombay with her new husband and family friend Vimal, who does not live up to her expectations. After discovering Vimal's love with Sapna, they must use the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 in order to obtain a divorce, which is culturally stigmatized.
- Stars:Rakhee Gulzar, Parveen Babi, Naseeruddin Shah, Jalal Agha, Rehman, A.K. Hangal, Dina Pathak, Dinesh Hingoo, Krishan Dhawan, Shammi, Leela Mishra, Ramesh Tiwari, Asha Sharma, Lalita Kumari, Amarnath,
- Director:Esmayeel Shroff,
- Writer:Nida Fazli (lyrics), Indivar (lyrics), Naqsh Lyallpuri (lyrics), Moin-ud-din, K. Ramlal (story)
Pune-based 29-year old Kusam Desai is not only rejected by several prospective grooms' parents for being too old but also faces the trauma of being stood-up by Bishan on her wedding night. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dil... Akhir Dil Hai torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Astonishing performance by Gordon-Levitt, good story, good script.
(es) wrote: The documentary is so convincing but more than that, this shows the flawed judicial system in the Philippines.
(nl) wrote: Formulaic in many respects, but also extremely winning, especially Sally Hawkins' (as always) resilient performance.
(nl) wrote: This low budget horror doesn't contribute anything new to the genre and the acting is pretty horrid, but on the flipside it does star WWE superstar Chris Jericho as a retarded redneck and with a title like "Albino Farm" how can you resist not giving it a try!
(kr) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:Certified Copy was a film that I found too difficult to review during my initial viewing, as its ideas were so complex and ambiguous that I actually needed a couple of months in contemplation, just to get a sort of grasp on what I just experienced. Though in saying all of that, I was entertained with what I saw, fuelled by the chemistry and performances by its two leading cast members and leaving with an open ending that would urge one to come back and go through their journey all over again.The film overall is about perception. Is what we are seeing authentic or is it just a copy of something else, and does it even matter if the end result is still the same? Is their relationship seen as important and powerful, just because we are seeing it in a respected medium and handled by a respected director? The film asks daring and thought provoking questions, but it never gives away the answers. Abbas Kiarostami inserts ideologies and symbolism throughout the film, but they only act as a guide for the audience, and overall it still relies on the perception on the viewer. Many people can see the characters playing pretend, applying transference of their own personal history into the relationship, but possessing and conveying genuine emotions. Some may see the film as a complete Meta and Kiarostami simply pushing his ideas of the relationship between cinema or art and the perception of its audience; is this film about love any different from the others that follow the same journey as these two characters had. I was more in tuned with the latter, finding more the metaphorical meaning behind this simple yet also complex relationship; stirring our minds, especially in regards to the Coca Cola idea that was brought up early in the film.The performances in this film were outstanding, developing that strong chemistry between its two leads, making the slow transition feel natural, especially in its emotions. The film only runs for an hour and 46 minutes, but it never felt draggy even with its lack of incidence; the film is comprised mainly of chatter back and forth between the two characters, some parts were natural and emotional while others were more concerned on the larger aspects of life and love, showing conflicts in perspectives between the two individuals. Sometimes when dialogue drags itself on for too long, I could get restless and distracted, but Kiarostami and co-writer Caroline Eliacheff have provided conversations that were so entertaining and intriguing to listen to; especially during their meal in the latter half of the film, where the tension is elevated but accompanying it with truth rather than melodrama.I doubt any of what I said earlier made any sense, as you can see I am still trying to grasp and contain the film within my hands. Certified Copy is no doubt Abbas Kiarostami's most ambitious but also his most affecting work.
(es) wrote: A New York writer on sex and love (Sarah Jessica Parker) is finally getting married to her Mr. Big (Chris Noth). But her three best girlfriends must console her after one of them inadvertently leads Mr. Big to jilt her.also stars Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Candice Bergen, Jennifer Hudson, David Eigenberg, Evan Handler, Jason Lewis, Mario Cantone, Lynn Cohen, Willie Garson, Gilles Marini, Madeleine Lee Gilford and Rogelio T. Ramos.directed by Michael Patrick King.
(mx) wrote: For a really low budget indie, this is surprisingly well made. The video cinematography is a bit rough, but fits the story ok. Without Melissa Leo, this film would probably have fallen apart. She really gives a strong performance.
(au) wrote: What on earth is this?
(br) wrote: Well, if it's starring Chris Rock you can guarantee that it's going to be a big pile of poo
(kr) wrote: I liked Joe Dirt, I enjoy David Spade's comedy and even though the film can often be a little forced in its jokes, it surprisingly has a lot of heart to it, and its quite hard to hate the character of Joe Dirt.
(br) wrote: I loved this file, though it's probably not everyone's taste. But it's definitely my sense of humour, great one-liners - and something a bit different
(us) wrote: Mel Brook's masterpiece.
(nl) wrote: When i was young i was pretty shocked seeing this. But i have to admit that living in Germany at the time this was made it was nearly impossible to have an idea what really happened in the wake of the fight for equality...just imagine not having a global source like the internet nowadays. Today i have to say that this movie is not really showing the facts like we know them today. Its pretty obvious that the black community wouldn't have reached anything if they would have let fight their fight by white people...all they achieved they did by putting their own skin at risk. Beside of that was the role of the FBI not so glorious like they wanna make us believe here. Based on facts we know today it seems more like the feds had been a part of the problem more than being a solution.Rating this setting aside the historical implicatuons it isn't a bad mivie...but the topic us too important to muschi around here...
(kr) wrote: This movie was amazing! Like Cars 2, it has guns, explosions, peril, and bombs! Except the rating is PG
(gb) wrote: Interesting and fun for the first hour. But I'm not sure what they were trying to do or say with the ending. It had great potential and could have been excellent. But it wasn't.