The wealthy patriarch of a Mumbai family learns more than wants to about his own origins after his refusal to accept his sons' chosen spouses drives them and his own wife away. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The wealthy patriarch of a Mumbai family learns more than wants to about his own origins after his refusal to accept his sons' chosen spouses drives them and his own wife away.
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Dustin I (it) wrote: A disturbing but beautiful film about the dark depths of loss that plays more like a moody, gothic fairy tale than a real life drama! This is a director I'm excited to see more from!
bill b (ag) wrote: A unique movie.One of the kind......every film school should include this film in the curriculum.Shot the entire film in ... 1 SHOT.
Joshua E (br) wrote: I don't get it. Admittedly I liked this movie enough as a kid, but seeing this film nowadays really pushes my perspective of the superior original. Kids may enjoy it, however th may be the only equivalent of an audience this film can ever get. 2/5
Justin T (kr) wrote: Some great performances and intense scenes put a face on just a handful of the victims of slavery.
Era M (jp) wrote: D 5 veces "Candyman" y vers lo que pasa. Correcta pelcula que saca algunos sustos y que a pesar de su torpe final te deja un buen sabor de boca, punto extra para la estupenda y bien lograda msica.
Kate S (us) wrote: Dolly Parton is by far the best part of this movie
Onie S (mx) wrote: Don't expect Threads or The Day After....however, it's a good movie.
Tommy H (gb) wrote: I like the order of the film. We see four people tell their own perspective on a tragic event, like a detective interviewing witnesses to collaborate their stories to solve a crime. It makes you appreciate how hard it must be to find the truth when everything is so subjective. It's a film about the philosophy of truth, reality and human nature. The film looks great. The cinematography is so marvelous words can't do it justice. There's so much masterful work going on behind the camera lens. Every event is given it's own visual treatment. The cast is also great. It's impressive watching the actors film the same scene four times in different ways. And the medium was a nice touch. A little fantasy in the story compliments the magical aesthetic.
Akramul i (ag) wrote: It's got amazing set, catchy songs and entertaining dialogue! And nothing else.
Tom M (it) wrote: I just don't get these guys. They're so highly revered that this feels like a deficiency, but at a certain point in your life you have to come to terms with certain truths: I will never read Proust, I will never like gin, I do not get Laurel and Hardy. The soft shoe scene is indeed charming, but not enough to get me through the whole film. I quit about two-thirds of the way through.
Kyle R (mx) wrote: Difficult to follow. For me this is an example of a film being too open for interpretation. Eraserhead does have some good. One or two themes are clearly definable and it has an excellent score.
Avigail H (jp) wrote: I've just seen this movie. When it finished I sat. It is the only movie I have ever sat in my seat till the music nearly stopped at the end. Three women all strangers all stood to talk about it outside the cinema. I was one of them. Two of us were emotional. One nearly crying. Each thinking of their own stories. All affected. I reflected about the things we never say to each other in a relationship, and judging by this film for good reason.