Do Bigha Zamin

Do Bigha Zamin

In the hope of earning enough money to pay off his debts and save his land, a poor farmer becomes a rickshaw puller in the Calcutta and faces many difficulties.

In the hope of earning enough money to pay off his debts and save his land, a poor farmer becomes a rickshaw puller in the Calcutta and faces many difficulties. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Do Bigha Zamin torrent reviews

Marsha M (es) wrote: I just watched "Border Run" and I was very impressed with 3 actors: Miguel Rodarte,Sharon Stone and Rosemberg Salgado. They did an amazing job. I was crying when I saw the scene where they are inside of the truck and his wife is dying and He is yelling for help. What a powerful scene!! Does anybody know why this actor has a German name.? Are his relatives from Germany or something.? I'm just curious why he has a German name. This actor really made me cry. What an amazing actor. I would highly recommend to watch "Border Run" movie. Sharon Stone did an amazing job.

Heidi K (fr) wrote: Absolutely phenomenal. What a testament to God's hand in our lives, in all areas. Finally, a movie that is entertaining, yet wholesome & testimony-strengthening. A must see!

Van M (ca) wrote: Trailer looks fantastic! I'm excited to see it

Andre L (kr) wrote: opens your eyes but still question everything

Bill B (nl) wrote: Complete waste of talent and time.

Alejandro S (nl) wrote: Otro filme difcil de calificar al tratarse de 2 historias en una. La historia de Hana es adorable, divertida y muy entretenida. La actuacin de Anne Suzuki como Hana es brllante. El problema es al combinarla con la historia de Alice, que no es mala, pero es tediosa. Otro problema fu la direccin, ya que justo en el climax de cada una de las dos historias, el director constantemente desva la cmara para perder el tiempo enfocando eventos sin importancia. Me gust verla pero solo es para cinfilos serios interesados en el cine japons, el expectador casual podr aburrirse y no apreciar sus buenos momentos.

Andrew G (br) wrote: A powerful character led piece full of comment on the human condition. How easily the thin veneer of civilisation is scraped away!

Taylor S (fr) wrote: Try and find me another movie that has two female leads that are this strong. Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman both play their roles so well. It's such a great movie about the bond between sisters. The story line is clear, but not extremely predictable. Bullock plays the sensible sister who tries to play by the rules while Nicole Kidman plays the wild card sister who more or less wants to stay untamed. They are complete opposites, but have such a love for each other. It has such a great ending too. My sister and I pop this movie in ever once and awhile, it's our favorite movie to watch together.

Philippa W (br) wrote: Sweet and funny Cuban film, with some serious underlying politics. Charming and enjoyable. Pllus I've been to the apartment where it was filmed!

Andrew M (ca) wrote: Stephen King has a habit of taking ordinary objects - hedge animals, dogs, and in the case of Christine, cars - and turns them into extraordinary, and usually haunted, objects. The problem with Christine is that, aside from a few select moments, this haunted car just doesn't pack many scares. There are scenes that work, especially those when either a specific '50s classic rock song or John Carpenter's mysterious soundtrack come into play, but for the most part, the thrills are mostly flat. It's rare to complain about ambiguity, but perhaps a few more details of exactly what's motivating this car to go on a merciless killing spree would do this story well. The other "half" of this story, dealing with the teenagers and their relationships, is actually handled pretty well: the interactions and overall atmosphere fits the era well, and the performances, while nothing special, get the job done. It's far from the kind of work expected from someone like John Carpenter: fortunately, even the lesser works of a legend like Carpenter are only middle-of-the-line.

Kristyne B (ru) wrote: Paige thought this movie was hilarious!! Dave and I actually finished watching it by ourselves after the girls went to bed. Great family flick

Alyssa N (ru) wrote: A harrowing look at one nurse's experiences during the Sino-Japanese war in 1939. There is a stark contrast between the beautiful, tender moments shared by the protagonists, and the scenes that depict the fruitless, senseless violence of war, and it certainly shows us both the best and worst of humanity in a very powerful way. Ayako Wakao and Shinsuke Ashida deliver impressive performances with a wide range of emotions, making their characters very human and sympathetic. The unflinching depiction of the horrors and brutality of war may be hard to stomach, but there's an honesty to it, and it's not necessarily about shock value. Still, there was something about this movie, perhaps in the editing or pacing, that kept me from becoming completely immersed in it, so it didn't affect me as strongly as it should have.

Danny M (es) wrote: The makeup ain't perfect, but Oliver Reed is always awesome, and Clifford Evans looks alarmingly like Claude Rains. A pretty good understanding of the basis of the werewolf myth. It's a little weird seeing Yvonne Romain as Reed's mother, after Night Creatures. I don't know why they set it in Spain, but whatever. It works okay. The creepy Marquis at the beginning reminds me of King Gama from Princess Ida.

Le N (mx) wrote: I come from an ex-occupied by communism country, so the movie hit home, and the ending did it so hard it took my breath away (and i mean it, i felt it physically). People should see it and remember it.

James H (jp) wrote: Some of the special effects are good, some very phony looking, but no matter what, they must have looked very good in 1964. Undeniably imaginative, and has a fascinating view of space travel. Entertaining and very well made. Ray Harryhausen's touch in films always is a plus. He was a special effects genius prior to computers.