Mouna Guru (Tamil: மௌன குரு; English: The Silent Teacher) is a 2011 Tamil thriller film directed by Santha Kumar and produced by M. K. Thamizharasu. The film illustrates a misunderstood college youth becomes unwittingly involved in a crime plot that spirals his life out of order.
- Stars:Arulnidhi, Iniya, John Vijay, Uma Riyaz Khan, Krishnamoorthy, Balakrishnan, Madhu, Murugadass, Sujatha, Anandvarma,
- Director:Santha Kumar,
- Writer:Santha Kumar
A young man's life undergoes a world of change when he has to face a few corrupt police officials. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mouna Guru torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Not bad for an Aussie flick. The surfing scenes were amazing, the story a little light on but those naked surfer boys make it easy to watch :)
(es) wrote: No for two reasons: Tom Arnold and Snoop Dogg
(ru) wrote: I loved this movie! This genre is not for everyone, and there are distinct differences between the expectations of European and North American cinema. Yes, there were jaw-dropping moments of cruelty and audacity, but you can sympathize with the characters and understand the meaning of the dares and their roles in others lives when you remember the roots of their dysfunction. Julien is afraid of intimacy because he lost the first woman he ever loved, his mother. Sophie became hardened as a defense mechanism to cope with living in the immigrant ghetto and because the boy she wanted to love her was too immature and protective of himself to reciprocate. The library scene indicated that he wanted a true love relationship, but he was minutes too late to act on his change of heart. Julien gave up a relationship with his father to hold on to whatever he had with Sophie. Ultimately, the final scenes when they were in their 30's brings everything together and they're both ready for the same thing, even if it only lasts a few hours. What do you expect from two messed up people who understood each other on a very deep level, whether it was healthy or not? The craziness kept their spirits alive.
(kr) wrote: Remake? (07) OWN VHS
(ag) wrote: (57%)A really quite fine telling of the final chapter of one of horror's most important early film directors filled with a keen eye for detail and a powerful climax. Sir Ian McKellen is of course brilliant in a role that works perfectly, while Brendan Fraser is perhaps on his best form as an actual actor rather than an action star or a comic. It has to be said that this isn't for everyone as it is slow of pace, and some prior knowledge and appreciation of James Whale is needed to truly get the best out of what this has to offer. For the performances and the insight into a life in and around the early days of Hollywood this is a worthy character piece worth tracking down.
(ru) wrote: Celtic Pride NOT FUNNY. Story is STUPID. Maybe if you like basketball it would be okay.
(it) wrote: 70% on my Tomatometer.
(es) wrote: It's all over the place, but my god was it fun to watch!