Although India obtained freedom from the British in 1947, Goa and it's territories are still ruled by the Portuguese. A group of revolutionaries want a free Goa and are thus wanted by the Portuguese administration. Amongst them are Purandare, Narvekar, and Dinanath, and when Dinanath's whereabouts are known to the police, he escapes with his young son, Ramdas, and goes to their hideout. With the assistance of Purandare they do manage to escape but are shot. A horrified Ramdas watches as his dad is shot dead by Purandare. This is how Ramdas starts hating revolutionaries. Ramdas changes his name to Ronnie, befriends a girl named Julie, and grows up taking to crime as his career. Written by rAjOo ([email protected])
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Frances H (ca) wrote: I really like this powerful but touching story of love and loss that reminded me of Vertigo, with the main character's obsession with a man who looks like her lost husband, and whom she tries to make her new lover become. The outcome here is far more poetic, whereas in Vertigo, there was poetic justice, but not the upward spin.
Pete S (fr) wrote: Slow depressing start, strong finish.
intuciic (de) wrote: nice, enjoyable movie.. keep childish innocence.... thats what people should do..
Vishruth M (au) wrote: hmm.... hesitantly... 1 watchh...
Michael E (ag) wrote: shows what happens if you gossip
Cory S (gb) wrote: Flixter suck dont wanna pay 10bux to see a movie that was made 10 yrs ago. If I wanted to be teased Id go to a strip club.
JayKumar B (it) wrote: Woolf would have liked it..
Rika A (us) wrote: what i like about it is thatit captures who young girls can really be influenced by others
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