Kabeela

Kabeela

Shobha lives a poor lifestyle along with her widower dad, Murari, in a village. One day a gypsy, Mangal, comes to her rescue when she is being chased by a bull, both continue to meet and ...

Shobha lives a poor lifestyle along with her widower dad, Murari, in a village. One day a gypsy, Mangal, comes to her rescue when she is being chased by a bull, both continue to meet and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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beautiful princess (us) wrote: I still have this movie,lol!

bill s (nl) wrote: Funny and all so bittersweet .Quick little movie that entertains even as sadness sets in.

Ville H (ca) wrote: Melkonen taidepljys, mutta hienosti tehty. Kovin kummosta juonta ei ole kehitelty, mutta kerronta on omaa luokkaansa. "Tunnelma" on tmn elokuvan teema.

mark d (kr) wrote: Admirers of A Separation by the Iranian director Asghar Farhadi will be looking forward to his new movie The Past, to be released here in late March. They will also relish the ongoing discovery of his back catalogue: About Elly from 2009 was intriguing, and now his 2006 film Fireworks Wednesday, co-written with Mani Haghighi, has been released here on DVD. This is a thoroughly engrossing and densely textured drama, showing Farhadi's cool skill in dissecting the Iranian middle classes and the unhappiness of marriage. Fireworks Wednesday (Chahar Shanbeh Souri) Production year: 2006 Country: Rest of the world Runtime: 104 mins Directors: Asghar Farhadi Cast: Hamid Farokh-Nejad, Hamid Farokhnezhad, Hedieh Tehrani, Hediyeh Tehrani, Taraneh Alidoosti, Taraneh Alidousti More on this filmIt is set in Teheran, during the traditional boisterous New Year celebrations, involving fireworks in the street; Jafar Panahi's This Is Not a Film was set around this time as well. There are, of course, some emotional explosions. Taraneh Alidoosti (who played the fleeting title role in About Elly) is Roohi, a young woman who is thrilled to be engaged, and keen to save up as much as she can for the wedding. She gets a one-off job from a contract agency to clean a flat, and is highly disconcerted to find it a wreck, covered in dust sheets from an apparently abandoned plan to repaint and littered with broken glass from an unexplained violent row.Roohi finds herself in the middle of the warring marital partners who live there: Mozhde (Hediyeh Tehrani) and Morteza (Hamid Farokhnezhad). Mozhde is obsessed with the idea that Morteza is cheating on her with the next-door neighbour, beauty-salon owner Simin (Pantea Bahram): she listens at the ventilation duct in her bathroom and at the wall behind the closet, and it is enigmatically unclear if she has actually heard anything incriminating or not. Poor Roohi finds herself inveigled into undercover ruses to spy on Morteza, and also finds herself telling fibs to help him out. Instantly, instinctively, she has entered the world of little secrets and lies that comes with the territory of marriage, and her open, beautiful face becomes clouded with fear and unease as she guesses what might be in store for her in the married future. As with his other films, Farhadi shows an icily cool control in his camerawork, comparable to a Haneke, especially in the gripping street-brawl scene, blankly filmed from an ascending lift. A formidable and technically accomplished drama from Farhadi.

Don S (de) wrote: A damn fine football movie! The crazy intensity of West Texas high school football is totally on display here! And the ending was not one that I was expecting - AT ALL! Go Mojo!!!

Eric M (nl) wrote: The Director's Cut adds essential material to Scott's thoughtful, pensive, and technically masterful medieval epic.

Andrew K (kr) wrote: It is everything we love about music.

James B (ag) wrote: Modern update of "His Girl Friday", benefit's from sharp direction, a quick pace, genuine laughs and 3 terrific lead performances, Reeve is very funny as a yuppie. Well worth seeing.

Kari (ca) wrote: gorgeous movie. the music is incredible and the chemistry of the stable hand and the horse is beautifully depicted.

Scarlet R (br) wrote: Danny DeVito freaks me out.

H C (es) wrote: Nice to see a movie that doesn't follow the typical Hollywood storyline. I loved this movie. It is the kind of movie you keep thinking about and want to see again and again to investigate and further connect the dots. A bit like a quality European film...but in English and set in New York. Campbell Scott is amazing.