Jeene Ki Raah

Jeene Ki Raah

Desperate to earn money to support his extended family, Mohan becomes entangled in a web of deceit when he tells a lie in order to obtain a secretarial job in the city with the wealthy Mr ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1969
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:remake,  

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Drew S (kr) wrote: I'm a Pokemon fan, and I LOVED it! It's a MUCH better improvement over the first 5 Pokemon Movies! If you're a Pokemon fan, then go see this movie!

Paul D (es) wrote: Crime thriller with some hard-hitting facts of Filipino life thrown in. There's a good balance of both and the storytelling has a decent pace to it.

MariePier D (br) wrote: A catastrophe flm, but family type, big Booms but no blood! Fine by me.

Samuel B (it) wrote: Sort of a strange and grungy flick about 3 friends, 1 of whom became a famous Hollywood film director and recently died bringing the other 2 together. This movie is a little hard to follow, and it really wasn't all that great, but if you like movies such as Big Lebowski, and other such grungy Americana flicks then you will dig this.

rommy g (jp) wrote: To call this film brilliant would be an understatement. Few films come out nowadays which attempt to breach the boundaries of the status quo and explore the idea of radical, new filmmaking. Solitary Fragments is one of those films. And it inspires on so many levels. It is a film which excels in subtlety and uses it to evoke strong, deep emotion out of its viewers. The plot follows two parallel storylines which share nothing more than a relationship between three characters that live together. The first storyline is that of a woman, Adela, who leaves her small town life to forget her past and to forge a new future in Madrid with her one-year old son. The second is that of Ines and her family and the strong, but tense relationship they all share. Tragedy strikes twice through out the film, once on each storyline, and the characters are forced to pick up the pieces in order to move on with their lives. The film is a feat in storytelling. It prides itself on the ability to set aside acting in favor of true emotion and real dialogue using silence, awkwardness, joy, sadness. I'm not sure I've ever seen a film where I felt like I was sitting in the living room with the characters and sharing their emotions as if I were talking to them directly. The use of the camera further enhances this natural, familiar feeling. Solitary Fragments accomplishes this better than any film I've seen in a long time. And the basic storytelling is only a small part of it. It's hard to ignore the many technical innovations the director and editor chose to employ to tell the story further. The use of multiple cameras to film a single scene and to cut them together simultaneously and splitting the screen was really incredible. I've never seen anything like it. There wasn't a single moment of music. Silence was the film's score. Finally, there wasn't a single tracking shot or pan throughout the entire film. The cameras were always stationary (with the exception of the POV shots from within the vehicles, where the vehicles moved, but the camera was still stationary). Every shot was filmed from a stationary camera and the characters moved in and out of the frame. I've never seen anything like it before. It's a film I can only watch once for a myriad of reasons. But it only takes one viewing to fully appreciate the enormity of such a film.

Yesenia R (gb) wrote: Low budget movie, some bad acting, story was good, funny ending. :)

Sean D (gb) wrote: Everything was great an all, this was a pre-date to the Uncharted trilogy in a way, then everything got stupid and fell apart. An Adventure film turned into an Action film with special effects, but the ending was pretty sweet.

Smashproplaya (us) wrote: One of the worst Disney sequels

Andre L (gb) wrote: This movie is one of the 80's quintisentials. Dream within a dream, cocaine affectated writing. Butt its not a zero.

Michael D (mx) wrote: Hayao Miyazaki uses his memorable characters to show us that we can find friends in unusual places.

Blair K (au) wrote: really like this movie. to me it is an underrated gem and one of jon's best. it has good action to it and also romance between him and annabeth gish- good chemistry with them. jon comes across as sweet/charismatic and it is interesting with him being the cool/popular kid in high school this time ;) you root for him to find his way while he is 'hiding out' and not only he does but he makes things better for being at the school :)

Dorianator F (ag) wrote: Great movie, fantastic acting and great story. It was very funny and very memorable. Dustin Hoffman shines in his/her role. The only bad thing about the movie is that it was a bit cheesy, especially the ending.

Huw G (ru) wrote: A bizarre combination of 80s Bill Murray with Hunter S Thompson. Sometimes the humour works, mostly it's remarkable for how off the mark they managed to be. Considerably better than its reputation, but only if you both like Thompson's writing, and have a fond attachment to corny eighties movies.

Melanie T (fr) wrote: I like this movie. It could've gone in any direction. Not the slasher you're led to believe it is, but really enjoyable for the performances and retro value.The apology at the beginning of the film was the bit that shocked me the most though!

Rebecca S (es) wrote: If you crave 100 minutes of discomfort, this is the movie for you! There are a few great scenes and one brilliant monologue, but, all in all, watching it was unpleasant.