Life changes drastically for Lala Gokulchand (Om Prakash), a lowly shopkeeper, when a rich relative dies and he becomes an overnight millionaire. But his lucky break has a flip side in that it makes him a target for a scheming con artist (Pran) with plans to ruin him. Devendra Goel directs this classic Bollywood family drama with a supporting cast that includes Sanjay Khan, Babita Kapoor, Helen, Manorama and Baby Sonia.
- Stars:Sylvie Testud, Julie-Marie Parmentier, Isabelle Renauld, Dominique Labourier, François Levantal, Jean-Gabriel Nordmann, Tessa Szczeciniarz, Charlotte Guille, Marie Donnio, Camille Leproust, Nadia Barentin, Lily Boulogne, Jean Terensier, Alain Rimoux, Michaël Abiteboul, Sanjay Khan, Babita Kapoor, Pran, Helen, Manorama, Ramesh Deo, Seema Deo, Praveen Paul, Master Ripple, Neetu Singh, Brahmachari, Hari Shivdasani, Shefali Chaudhary, Amir Ali,
- Director:Devendra Goel,
- Writer:Bhakri, Devendra Goel
Grey-haired, comically parsimonious widower Gokulchand lives a middle-class lifestyle in Agra, India, runs a shop selling essential food items, along with his sons, Manohar and Kishore. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: Rick Alverson's follow up to his harrowing cultural breakdown, The Comedy, is another dismal piece of anti-humor. Starring comedian Greg Turkington, the film borrows his long running stand-up alter-ego Neil Hamburger and places him on a bizarre road trip through the American southwest. Like The Comedy, Entertainment quickly establishes that it has little interest in iterating a storyline, and instead focuses on establishing mood and theme through environment shots, performances, and strange scenarios that often lack resolutions. Despite its archaic exterior however, Entertainment undeniably carries a sense of tension to it, thanks to a Lynchian soundtrack, and a nuanced performance from Turkington that grows with unease, and strikes as especially well-earned come the film's climax. Entertainment is probably Alverson's best film yet, and also suggests that he is the most European of the current crop of American indie filmmakers.
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(ru) wrote: can't comment right now. Can't wait to see it.
(us) wrote: Nice atmosphere but bad performances. Too porno for my taste!
(fr) wrote: In all honesty this is one of my fave films....it really is pretty damn accurate to at least how things were back in the day for many of us...Maybe thats why I liked it so much..I can see myself and many girls I use to work with in these characters..some club owners too
(es) wrote: This one is soooo good to! My mom and I saw this one in a big theater 2!!!!!!!!!
(fr) wrote: The lack of really good action and fairly weak animation is made up by one of the most interesting stories so far seen in a Superman animated movie.
(gb) wrote: Another solid western, with an iconic performance by John Wayne. The second half of the movie wasn't as interesting as the first though. Would have liked a few more clashes with the Indians. But a great final charge scene.