Raja Harishchandra

Raja Harishchandra

Raja Harishchandra is a 1913 Indian silent film, directed and produced by Dadasaheb Phalke, and is the first full-length Indian feature film. The film was based on the legend of Raja Harishchandra, recounted in the Ramayana and Mahabharata. The silent film had intertitles in Marathi and its cast and staff were primarily Marathi people. The film opens with a scene of a tableaux patterned on the painting by Raja Ravi Varma, of Raja Harishchandra and his wife with their son. The film revolves around the noble and righteous king, Harishchandra, who first sacrifices his kingdom, followed by his wife and eventually his children to honour his promise to the sage Vishwamitra. Though, in the end, pleased by his high morals, the Gods restore his former glory, and further bestow him with divine blessings.

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  • Length:40 minutes
  • Release:1913
  • Language:Hindi
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The film opens with a Ravi Varma like tableau showing King Harishchandra, his wife Taramati and his young son. The king is teaching his son archery. They go on a hunt. The king enters an ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Duncan K (au) wrote: A disastrous mix of awful special effects, dreadful acting, and just a stupid, stupid premise.

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Selene A (ag) wrote: Oh, I miss the 90s. Sweet mix of comedy, melodrama and rarely-addressed commentary about the situation of Native Canadians.

vieras e (ca) wrote: This film is ridiculous! It's not gory, it's not scary, it's just silly. The plot is out of this world! Three bimbos accidentally awaken a murderous elf whilst playing around in the woods. Soon one of them discovers that she is the focus of an evil Nazi experiment involving selective breeding and the attempt to create the next master race. Naturally, the only person who can help her is an alcoholic down-on-his-luck ex-cop now working as a department store Santa.Some of the dialogue is ingenious in its silliness! Especially the conversation between the Santa and Dr. Fitzpatrick. The elf itself is a weird mixture of Marilyn Manson and Coppola's giant bat!Dracula.

Brian S (ag) wrote: After watching this incoherent Italian rip-off of "Mad Max," I was left wondering exactly what I'd seen. Tons of bad special effects, silly costumes and even sillier dialogue combine for a trashy movie that manages to induce a coma even as it blows up everything it puts on the screen. Unless you have a desperate craving to see men in modified dune buggies shout lines like, "We are the guardians of death! We are the ones who will wipe the human seed off the face of the earth!" then just drive by this one.

Wes S (ag) wrote: It's not like the typical Frankenstein film, but it manages to have some nice surprises and interesting executions. There are some nice scenery, great props, and believable performances. It's essentially a fresh direction with nice concepts and fun suspense.

Art S (au) wrote: It is impossible not to cringe when you see Anthony Quinn playing an Eskimo (now referred to as Inuit or with specific tribal affiliations) and the assorted supporting actors come from a range of Asian cultures (with Yoko Tani excellent as Quinn/Inuk's wife). Setting this aside - and also setting aside the condescending view of indigenous people as less civilized - is difficult, but persisting with the movie does allow for some rewards. In fact, contact with the white man reveals them to be more decadent, foul, and unwilling to understand the (stereotypically noble) "savages" who eat raw meat, wife-swap, and occasionally kill each other. Director Nick Ray heightens the emotional interpersonal drama between the two main characters and their surrounding sparse social network and uses (probably stock footage of) arctic animals along with trained seals and a polar bear for counterpoint. The whole thing is so strange - and the characters speak in a kind of pidgin English that heightens this strangeness - that the viewer is quickly absorbed into an entirely different world. It is just too unfortunate that the rampant stereotyping of the time infects everything.

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