In this town, the sky is full of kites, and all the kids are obsessed with kite-flying. There is a kite called KALI that rules the skies. No one knows who flies Kali. No one can defeat Kali. An illiterate street urchin takes up the challenge. With neither money nor education on his side, he sets out for his goal. Dreams aren't impossible when the desire is strong... Premiered internationally at The 62nd Berlin International Film Festival.
- Stars:Jayanta Das, Ritika Handa, Harshit, Mohit, Naveen, Mohd Samad, Sarvasva, Naresh Sharma, Vijay Srivastava, Zoya,
- Director:Rajan Khosa,
- Writer:Rajan Khosa, K.D. Satyam, Dilip Shukla, Ankur Tewari
In a small town in central India, kids and adults are equally obsessed with kite-flying. The airspace is dominated by a black kite called Kali with mysterious origins. A street kid Gattu, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gattu torrent reviews
(es) wrote: British crime thriller where bent cop Sewell stages a bank robbery to snare crime lord Gabriel Byrne.
(gb) wrote: This is a really great moral thriller from Hong Kong. Classic tale of greed, corruption and power. Terrific story telling.
(ca) wrote: Aunque entretenida, no llega a divertir tanto como su predecesora.
(au) wrote: it's cute,but parental guidance..hahahaha!!!
(fr) wrote: nominated for best foreign film by NBR
(it) wrote: Hahaha I used to LOVE these movies when I was a kid.
(jp) wrote: i like the movie i like the ending of the movie best
(us) wrote: All five of these stars go to Jeffrey Nordling for his strong, believable performance as Coach Orion. You have to give this guy credit. Basically everything was against him on this project: he had never appeared in the previous movies, was given a bad script, played a one-and-a-half dimensional character-and yet in the third installment of an established franchise, this unknown journeyman actor was expected to replace the star of the series, Emilio Estevez, who despite making little more than a cameo, is advertised to the public as the lead of this film on the GODDAMN POSTER. Imagine going to see the third Indiana Jones movie expecting to see Harrison Ford cracking a whip, but instead you got Emilio Estevez doing who cares what? Except this was more like going to see Harrison Ford and getting Jesus Christ. Assuming Christ was a good method actor. Indeed, the fact that Nordling survived this film with his dignity intact wasn't just a matter of skating over thin ice. It was walking on water. I mean that. I mean it.
(mx) wrote: It's an interesting if simple story with excellent acting (I don't think Jeremy Irons is capable of being uninteresting). The only question is structural--making the emotional and thematic climax, particularly one like this, the second-to-last sequence in the film might be a mistake. Then again, maybe not.
(jp) wrote: What is this movie? Chuck kicking a whole lotta ass. That's what. The movie's story, characters, execution, and just about everything suck, but man does Chuck shine. A golden blonde Chuck with no beard was hard to deal with, but he makes up with some lethal Chuck kicks on a guy riding a dirt bike and through a windshield of a moving car. Those parts are reason enough to watch, and if you are expecting some Walker-like laughs, you won't be disappointed.
(ca) wrote: Nice movie! Three travelers, an accused murderer (Mitchum), a singer (Russell), and a businessman (Bendix), are all on their way to Macao, an oriental country, for their own reasons. Throughout the plot, their stories intertwine until it reaches a high- action climax. Macao is a really unique film. First of all there's two directors-- Josef Von Sternberg and Nicholas Ray. I will say, they both did a great job. Ray really knew what he was doing when Sternberg got fired. Anyways, the set design is awesome, as well as the chemistry between Robert and Jane. The set was filmed partly on the studio lot, and partly in Asia, and obviously, the two made a lovely looking picture. Mitchum and Russell continued to work together after 1951's "His Kind of Woman", for the second and last time. I wish (and so will you) they worked together after Macao, and I know it had to have been a disappointment to both audiences and critics. Macao is a watchable thriller, that might not be a classic, but will be memorable for anyone who enjoys the film noir genre.
(jp) wrote: Wat a sexy pare? movie was good