Prisoners of Conscience
An early Patwardhan documentary completed in 1978, Prisoners of Conscience focuses on the state of emergency imposed by Indira Ghandi from June 1975 through March 1977. During this time over 100,000 people were arrested without charge and imprisoned without trial. They were released only by the government that replaced Ghandi's. The film also shows that political prisoners existed in India before the state of emergency and continued after the new government was elected.
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Prisoners of Conscience torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: A great cast... that's about it. Average directing, sloppy editing, and a story that debatably deserves a film adaptation let alone a 2 hour run time. This film moves very slow then tries to burst at the end but it lost itself well before that. Was this entire movie dubbed in post-production?!
(it) wrote: A must see for any baseball fan!!
(es) wrote: This film marks the beginning of more sophisticated comedies for Bill Murray. It's often overlooked but still a great movie.
(br) wrote: MOVIES LIKE THIS MAKE ME GLAD I DO DRUGS
(au) wrote: The thing that makes the Changeling enjoyable also undermines its success as a ghost story: George C. Scott is a wonderful protagonist, whose smooth demeanor and calm resolve are delicious but effectively remove any sense of peril or mystery from the film. It progresses through a heavy emphasis on tropes-local history sleuthing, newspaper microfilms, slamming doors, a seance, and the exhumation of a corpse from a well. The plot is unusually extroverted for a ghost film, which is really the only thing that keeps it interesting. Scott never loses his cool in the house, so he has to go out and find other people to be frightened by the ghost.Having seen only a few ghost movies, I'm not sure how many of these are just pervasive to the genre, but much of the plot of Ringu seems lifted from Changeling. Scott and the tremendously successful atmosphere in the movie put it a clear level above, though.
(jp) wrote: my favourite band New Found Glory appear in it, so thats the main reason i want to see it.
(it) wrote: I enjoyed the twist at the end where the Turkish guy wasn't really a bad guy but was just trying to get his uncle's remains back to Turkey.
(de) wrote: Was confused as to where the story fits in, but guessing it's a complete revamp. James Franco stars with a pretty low key cast but some incredible CGI and a very good storyline
(ag) wrote: An intimate, humane story that will no doubt begin to resonate increasingly with many people who are facing aging parents or having to deal with aging themselves. Rich character portrayals and contrasts of generational differences makes this a meaningful and topical film. Dylan Thomas comes to mind as I watched this film - "Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light." So poignant.