Raat Ke Rahi

Raat Ke Rahi

A ruffian with a bad reputation assists the police against his brother but ends up getting arrested himself.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1959
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
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Gillian H (ca) wrote: I thought that this movie was pretty good. First time I've seen a drama about a guy who almost committed suicide, so all of his friends spent a weekend with him. I thought it was going to be worse, due to the other reviews, but the soundtrack was good, the acting was alright, and the shots were good. The one problem I had was that it was kind of like watching a weird version of friends. Other than that, it was easy to get past all the minor mistakes.

Nik M (au) wrote: Mysterious and shrouded with Balkan imagery, Before the Rain is tense and emotional with a stunning soundtrack by Anastasia.

Daniel B (mx) wrote: By far the best film Paul Schrader ever done

FilmGrinder S (au) wrote: 75%The seed of reality TV? Maybe, just maybe.

Steve S (es) wrote: **1/2 (out of four) Disappointing adaption based on a true story. In the 1950's this may have had more of a punch, but viewed today it is a sappy and overly dramatic picture. It is the Chinese Communish Revolution. William Holden plays a United States correspondant who falls in love with a part chinese and part European doctor whi is recently widowed. I like William Holden as an actor and Jennifer Jones is very easy to watch, but the film disappoints because of its overly-romantic presentation. It needs to show why this story is interesting enough to be told.. It never does.

Rorshach S (ca) wrote: Though the cast appears to be having a grand time, the cultural stereotypes and long length of Gunga Din makes it a bit tiring to watch.

JA C (ag) wrote: makes me appreciate Bob Marley even more. now I understand the motive and passion behind reggae and Rastafarianism.