Dr. Vijay is a psychiatrist and is in love with a beautiful young woman named Asha. He is stunned when another doctor refers Asha to him, as Asha has been having hallucinations and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Phir Wohi Raat
Dr. Vijay is a psychiatrist and is in love with a beautiful young woman named Asha. He is stunned when another doctor refers Asha to him, as Asha has been having hallucinations and ...
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David G (us) wrote: Great movie, showing people going through the trials and tribulations of life.
Anna B (de) wrote: I got caught up in the moments, but felt at the end like the parts that were most interesting weren't given their due attention in favour of the internal struggle of the White Male Anti-Hero Protagonist. Which of course is not a bad thing in and of itself, it's just that here it pushed all the good stuff (the intricate inner-workings of the team itself, and how they overcome their initial problems, stuff like that) into a couple of montages and perfunctory dialogue scenes, and it left me unsatisfied at the end, like there were a bunch of plot threads left hanging unresolved. It's exquisitely paced, and affected me emotionally at times, but it ended up being merely good when it could have been a lot more.
WakeWRC89 (us) wrote: One of my all time favourites. Now if you understand this film (watch the directors cut) you will appreciate it for what it is. A VERY clever film. If you dont understand it you will seriously question this 5 star rating ... Brilliant.
Filip S (br) wrote: Not much of a plot but interesting footage and a look at a rave
Greg W (it) wrote: interesting spin on apartheid
Christopher L (gb) wrote: It gets an extra star for one of the lines near the end of the movie. It ends abruptly, and though it has some beautiful moments, it seems to rush through them.
Scottt F (nl) wrote: Not to the standard of "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon," but a fine film with superb performances from John Wayne and a 17-year-old Shirley Temple (Henry Fonda is not at their level here). Also a rather odd epilogue from Ford, one that seems to reinforce patriotism while actually questioning it.
Thomas B (de) wrote: Grade - BA highly stylized entry from DePalma that, whilst hinting at some interesting themes, never really explores them past a surface level; causing the films protagonist to be unrelatable. That being said, there's enough here for 'Scarface' to remain entertaining. Just not enough to live up to its status as a 'classic'.