Dil Ek Mandir
Dr. Dharmesh (Rajendra Kumar) and Sita (Meena Kumari) are in love, and hope to marry on Dharmesh's return from abroad. When Dharmesh returns, he is devastated to find that Sita has married someone else. He then decides to devote the rest of his life at a cancer clinic. One of his patients is Ram (Raaj Kumar), who is critically ill, and has to be operated upon. Things progress well, until Dharmesh meets Ram's wife - none other than Sita. Dharmesh now has to battle with his conscience, and his medical ethics to save Ram or to let him pass away, so that he can marry Sita.
- Stars:Meena Kumari, Rajendra Kumar, Raaj Kumar, Mehmood, Shubha Khote, Manmohan Krishna, Achala Sachdev, Randhir, Sunder, Krishna Kumari, Santhini, Ram Mohan, Keshav Rana, Baby Padmini,
- Director:C.V. Sridhar,
- Writer:Raj Baldev Raj (dialogue director), Arjun Dev Rashk (dialogue), C.V. Sridhar (story)
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(kr) wrote: The film completed my Norwegian Saturday. Utterly weird subject, and if it did not have those couple of oddly funny moments it would have been just like bad reality tv with persons with disabilities.
(jp) wrote: This movie was awesome and amazing to see what this women went through will make you quiver. Life should never be this hard for anyone. MUST SEE!!!!!!!!!
(au) wrote: A sick, savage and psychologically sadistic exploitation film with so much crippling tension that most audience members will leave the theater in a stretcher.
(au) wrote: Delicate story of relationship and attitudes between peoples in the Australian outback. The actual cause for the exploration, a murder is only a side and doesn't have a satisfying outcome.
(nl) wrote: fav 80s movie of all time (next to the goonies)
(ca) wrote: Like all of Altman, its about something else - and its a wild ride through addiction with this little-seen 1974 excursion. Two unforgettable guys, two prostitues with hearts of gold and a plethora of background stories make up the tapestry here but were left with a hollow feeling come the fianle as we come to realize we've witnessed a true 'rock bottom' moment for one of our characters. More powerful than most Intervention episodes I've seen...
(it) wrote: Beautifully shot. Kept me interested for the most part.
(ca) wrote: One of John Wayne's better acting roles...it's pretty good.
(gb) wrote: Tim Burton's work usually sparks a divisive feeling amongst fans, but it's not often I feel so torn about one of his films. On one hand it's an extraordinary story which I'm glad was told on the big screen, but I don't know that Burton was the right man for the job.Margaret Keane is truly one of the most treasured artists of the last century. Her work with the 'Big Eyes' paintings are immensely popular, but it wasn't always her who took the credit. Her husband, Walter Keane, played by Christoph Waltz, claimed to be the artist behind the big eyes for a decade. This secret damaged Margaret's relationship with her daughter and her friends, and it's the basis for Burton's colorful film.The problem is that this film is trying to literally and metaphorically paint too many pictures. The tone is all over the place. It's a biographical film by nature, a comedy or musical according the golden globes, and even a horror film in one stupendously ridiculous scene. Okay, the last two are a far reach for several reasons, but Burton never really manages to nail down exactly how he wishes to tell the story. And that's unfortunate, because it's a fascinating one.With that said, Amy Adams is one of the few bright spots here. Not like that's surprisingly, considering she's been nominated for an Oscar 5 times, but it's worth mentioning. As she has done so many times, balancing strength and vulnerability is one of her finest attributes as an actress, and that's on display here. She's just so dang likable.Perhaps, that's also because Waltz is so far out of place here. It honestly feels like Burton asked him to bring his brilliant portrayal of Hans Landa into a PG-13 biographical drama. I don't know Walter Keane in real life, but I do know when an actor is acting in a completely different movie than the rest of his fellow actors. Whether it was Burton or Waltz's fault, the performance wasn't anything to ride home about.It's unfortunate just how awkward and tonally inconsistent Big Eyes feels, Margaret Keane and her work deserves a better film than this. I'm a huge fan of Burton's work, but this just wasn't the right project for him.+Amy Adams-Tonally all over the place-Waltz is out of control-Does disservice to an incredible story4.8/10
(au) wrote: Great performances and an interesting story. The character development is awesome, especially depression and the line between genius and insanity are very well portrayed.
(ca) wrote: Oh Sir Hopkins, why?
(it) wrote: OK. Perkins played his role well.