'Teen Kanya' is an anthology film based upon short stories by Rabindranath Tagore, as a tribute on the author's centenary. The title means "Three Daughters", and the film's original Indian release contained three stories, with three central female characters linking the stories together. 'The Postmaster' concerns an orphan girl who grows attached to the postmaster she is caring for after he teaches her to read and write. 'Monihara' is a supernatural tale about a woman obsessed with the jewels her husband buys for her. 'Samapti' follows a young man who falls for an unconventional girl from his new village instead of his arranged bride, the daughter of a respectable family. The international release did not include 'Monihara', and was released as 'Dui Kanya', or "Two Daughters".
Writer:Satyajit Ray (screenplay), Rabindranath Tagore (stories)
The first story is about Nanda, a young man who leaves Calcutta to work as a postmaster in an isolated malaria-infested village. The postmaster is looked after by a young orphan girl, Ratan... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Onno v (jp) wrote: Ted & de Schat van de Mummie, leuke film!
Patrick B (ru) wrote: Magisk. Hypnotisk. Upplyftande. Musiken!
Chad F (nl) wrote: I wish this was playing in more theaters!
James H (nl) wrote: EPIC! Wu Jing was amazing in this film. At times, the film did start to have that video game style to it, and that kinda ruined some of it's potential.
Eric B (nl) wrote: Vraiment int (C)ressant.
Cody H (br) wrote: Absolutely fascinating. I saw it in the middle of the night and was travel weary from a whole day of driving, but 1 Giant Leap managed to keep me awake and incredibly interested. Definetly a film a must see again, because I feel like I missed a lot. Plus, any movie where they interview Kurt Vonnegut is a movie easily worth viewing, and the music is absolutely amazing.
Alli D (it) wrote: always a good way to spend the night throwback
Stephen S (it) wrote: Pretty interesting. The way this movie plays out is pretty cool, culminating in one of the best "gotcha" moments I've ever seen in a movie.
Maksym K (jp) wrote: Great movie. A story about two friends growing and reaching adulthood in their own ways. I feel it also shows how someone's talent can be wasted if he or she hangs out with a bad crowd. Very nice movie.
Clay A (mx) wrote: Has there been a better movie about beach volleyball?
RockStar Party Up (kr) wrote: Molly Ringwald is great.
Masina F (ag) wrote: Ha. I liked this movie as a kid
Joo T (jp) wrote: Como conseguir este filme?
Vessela D (gb) wrote: The story was good, but the movie was slow, boring and depressing...:( And I don't like Channing Tatum with moustaches...:(
Jason K (de) wrote: when casting a lead heavy movie, cast a lead heavy actress and/or if your supporting characters are vastly stronger then your lead= girl, you in danger