A story of blinding ambition, love and betrayal. Veena is an ambitious young singer who comes from a middle class Brahmin family. She aspires to become a successful singer, but feels her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Rhode Rian G (it) wrote: One of the best korean films I have ever seen. Engossing,strategic, inventive and intense action sequences that drive the story well. Well rounded characters, and a great story about redemption. A must watch for action, drama and history fans.
Joshua L (ca) wrote: It should be obvious what the final word is on this picture. Unless you can't get enough of garbage SyFy puts out, this is one to forget about.
Tor M (nl) wrote: A different film, and a very, very good one. This super realistic film, also known as Dogma 28, was very strong, emotional and painful - a fantastic tragedy that made a huge inpact on me. I was filled with many feelings for a long time, and they never let go of me. Woah, a mindblowing film. I haven't seen a poor Bier film, yet, that should be mentioned."Open Hearts" was also very well acted. Mads Mikkelsen does one of his best roles and other characters shine as well. An intense film, still pretty slow. I was left stunned, and wanted to hug someone directly after it ended. Probably one of the better "real" Dogma 95 films out there - I would be glad to be proven wrong, though.
Justin S (es) wrote: This film was one of the worst films I have ever seen. Everything about this movie fails. Acting, scripting, effects, story, sound, etc. This film is known as being one of the gray box office bombs. At the time it was made it was the most expensive film ever made. The fact that there was even money spent on this film is mind blowing. STAY AWAY FROM WATERWORLD SAVE YOURSELF THE DISAPPOINTMENT
Jose Luis M (kr) wrote: V lido el esfuerzo de Barbara Streisand , Yentl es una musical sobre el derecho de todo ser humano a aprender . Excelente direccin , buena ambientacin , interpretaciones , fotografa y canciones memorables .Recomendable.
Ian C (ag) wrote: The mob want a plot of land located on the site of a karate school. Sadly for them this is where Black Belt Jones goes for a work out. Blaxploitation cinema at its very best.
Martin T (ru) wrote: Even the best of concert films (*cough* Stop Making Sense *cough*) depend on how much you like the music involved. And with a festival/omnibus concert film, it's guaranteed you're not going to like all of it. This is pretty much evenly divided among stuff I love, stuff I like, stuff I hate and stuff I couldn't give a shit about. Jefferson Airplane, The Mamas and the Papas and Canned Heat can all go to hell. The Animals and Hugh Masekela and a couple of other ones were just boring. I love Simon & Garfunkel, but I hate "59th Street Bridge", so that was a wash. As for the highlights: Janis Joplin is someone I'm lukewarm on, but her performance was blistering. The Who's appearance was all too brief (and rather sloppy) but is well supplemented by the outtakes elsewhere on the disc. Hendrix of course was a terrific showman, and Otis Redding was phenomenal (and the most interestingly filmed sequence of the movie, shooting directly behind him with the spotlight sometimes blinding the viewer). Looking forward to the longer versions of their sets on the other disc. But the best is wisely saved for last: an astonishing, electrifying 17-minute raga by Ravi Shankar. I felt that some of Pennebaker's editing decisions were rather arbitrary and sometimes just wrong. Frankly I think the guy is a little overrated, but there's a few nice touches here.
Luke A (fr) wrote: A generic love story set against a spectacular backdrop.