Bilkis Banu, lost her husband Hasan on the bloody night of 25th March 1971. She tries to forget him and concentrate on the urban guerrilla movements of Dhaka with Altaf Mahmud, Shahadat, Mrs Khan and many more. But the when spies and the razakars inform on them, most of their people get arrested and Bilkis has to run for her lives, towards her village.
- Stars:Ferdous Ahmed, Shampa Reza, Ahmed Rubel, A.T.M. Shamsuzzaman, Shatabdi Wadud, Pijush Bandyopaddhay, Golam Mowla Shaymol, Joya Ahsan, Omer Alaz, Masum Aziz, Kamal Bayezid, Noyon Hasan, Jayasree, Azad Abul Kalam, Kachi Khandakar,
- Director:Nasiruddin Yousuff,
- Writer:Syed Shamsul Haque
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Guerrilla torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Phoenix Art Museum 7/8/12
(us) wrote: A beautiful story, with excellent performances from its cast, especially from the hilarious scene-stealing, June Squibb.
(br) wrote: Total drek; huge disappointment. Pressed eject button half way through movie.
(de) wrote: Shocking, tragic yet promising...
(nl) wrote: A prequel to Dumb and Dumber with Harry and Lloyd as high school students could have worked if this movie had the charm and wit of the original. Unfortunately it does not. The jokes rarely if ever work and the movie is often painfully unfunny and blissfully unaware what made the original such a comedy classic
(de) wrote: Culkin was great as Igby. A little too dysfunctional for me.
(it) wrote: Christopher Lee delivers a masterful performance in his layered depiction of Jinnah at his most resolute and his most remorseful. the script is clever in its retrospective look at Jinnah's life and its complex portrayal of figures like Nehru, Gandhi and in particular Lady Mountbatten. Her affair with Nehru adds an interesting and unexpected dimension to this historical epic which is bold in its deceptions of the horrors of partition encapsulated in a scene near the end of the movie where Jinnah stands in a train full of slaughtered immigrants newly arrived from India. The cast and directors manage to do justice to this overlooked figure of history. A wonderful engrossing effort that i am compelled to highly recommend to all audiences.
(kr) wrote: based on a true story. very much like cool runnings but no where near as funny and in the end they succeed
(gb) wrote: if you want to see red tape in action this is the one. Kiefer and Ray do a good job
(fr) wrote: Steiger has been praised to high heaven for this performance, but I thought it was rather spotty. At first, it's a masterpiece of restraint. As the story unfolds and he begins to unravel, however, the hamminess creeps in. The other actors are barely worth mentioning, ranging from fair to terrible. And I thought the depiction of the concentration camps underplayed the horror far too much. Otherwise, it's pretty good. Lumet's direction is gritty and bold, especially in those rapid edit flashbacks.
(fr) wrote: John Ireland is the best thing in Red River, and he takes well to the role of Robert Ford. When the plot diverges from his story the film often tends to go awry (Ford utterly overshadows our more conventional hero, who may not be a fictitious invention but sure as hell seems too heroic for this world and is therefore boring).