Itha Ivide Vare
Itha Ivide Vare is a 1977 Indian Malayalam film, directed by IV Sasi and produced by Hari Pothan. The film stars Madhu, Sharada, Jayabharathi and MG Soman in lead roles.After the huge success of this film MG Soman achieved the Super Star status.This is the first commercial successful script of P.Padmarajan.
- Stars:Bahadoor, Adoor Bhasi, Jayabharati, Jayan, Madhu, Meena, Kaviyoor Ponnamma, Sankaradi, Sharada, Soman, Sreelatha, K.P. Ummer, Vidhubala,
- Director:I.V. Sasi,
- Writer:P. Padmarajan
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(mx) wrote: i would like to see this
(de) wrote: Wow. I didn't expect to like this as much as I did but it was pretty good. I was not bored at all as some were with it. The story is solid, the acting is great, the setting is nice and Scott's direction is pretty good. Eva Green is always beautiful to look at but her acting has always been average for me up until this movie. She was really good in Starz series Camelot and though I haven't seen Dark Shadows yet, heard some good things about her in it. Here as MISS G, a teacher of the diving team at a boarding school and also, a very psychotic and predatory lesbian, she is absolutely amazing. Green just plays the role as if she was MISS G with emotion, pain and sickness right through her wide eyes. Juno Temple on the other hand, is just terrific in her best performance to date. As Di, Team Captain of all the girls and closest to MISS G, always wanted to get attention she deserved from MISS G but becomes very jealous until a Spanish girl shows up and immediately gets MISS G attention. What an awesome performance from Temple, she perfectly just soars as Di even sometimes without dialogue, her large eyes and round face just tells you what you need to know. Maria Valverde plays that beautiful girl Fiamma from Spain who gets MISS G attention and the girl MISS G falls for. I could care less if i've never heard of this actress, all I know is that she did a pretty good job with this roles, maybe we'll see a lot of her in the future hopefully. Imogen Potts continues to impress me as an actress and a very good one down the road as she is great as Poppy. This is a very solid movie with also a really good ending, not the only the acting should get it's praise but Javier Navarrete's beautiful score, the cinematography, setting, writing and a promising director in Jordan Scott.