The Morning Breeze
Naseem means Morning breeze, and charts the story of a young school going girl Naseem (Mayuri Kango) in the months leading up to the demolition of Babri Masjid in 1992. She shares deep and loving bond with his ailing grandfather (Kaifi Azmi) who represents the era of communal harmony between Hindus and Muslims in India, as he fondly recalls the times he spent in pre-Independent Agra. As communal tension erupts in the city of Bombay, Naseem get increasingly bewildered by changing dynamics at her school and in the neighbourhood, while her grandfather watches helplessly at a city getting deeply divided over the Babri Masjid issue. The film ends with the grandfather passing away on the day of demolition of Babri Masjid.
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The Morning Breeze torrent reviews
(it) wrote: One of the worst documentaries ever. The film maker, a pseudo Burt Reynolds, driving around in a ridiculous trans am with his hair doing trans colours is un-prepped, un-interesting and a gooph. Standing outside the Halston home in the rain is the hi-light of this dull epic. How he garnered interviews with some of the celebrities is beyond any scope of reason. But to arrive unprepared is downright shameful. What is worse is the lame telling the story of a man who in all terms, was a brilliant artist who brought style and sophistication to a country that was not so till then. Learning NOTHING in this poorly conceived and half baked confusing story...Halston would be appalled.
(it) wrote: Sensitive film about cultural and generational conflicts within a migrant family in Texas. Engrossing in a quiet way.
(gb) wrote: Just to make a film of this multitude and make it all make sense is a fete all by it self... 1st The Lord of The Rings, then The Hobbit. Well done Peter Jackson.
(mx) wrote: This film is an absolute joy. You can watch it 10 times in one year and still laugh harder with each viewing. The script is smart and slick, Ellen Page is every director's daydream and even with all the stupid humor and sophistication, it still manages to be very heartwarming. The only thing that could be improved on is the soundtrack. Many of the songs get annoying after one line. However, it is an independent film, so the songs also kind of work. Finally, a screen writer's debut that is famous and gets the acclaim it deserves!
(ag) wrote: Even though I liked the first one better, I still give it 4 stars. One of the better horror series I have seen. More of a thriller than a horror movie.
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(ca) wrote: i abs. love this movie
(mx) wrote: Not bad. It takes awhile to get going, but I thought the climax was a pretty nice payoff. The actual ending was a bit too long, though.
(br) wrote: Bad & yet so fucking good.
(jp) wrote: This movie is a crazy trip, an hour and a half fuck you to Madison Avenue, particularly pertinent in this time of advertising worship. If you can stomach it, you'll love it.I'm still trying to decide whether Robert Downey Sr. is a madman or a genius...
(us) wrote: I found this to be really delightful personally. It was really a joy to see this film in colour, where Ozu, a master, is doing the same topic over again but always with a new dimension. It's like inventing colour, by some obscure mixture of colours and I'll be damned If I see amything like what Ozu does.
(gb) wrote: Sequel has title character helping feds catch criminals.
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(ca) wrote: Intense, funny and extremely sad, The Fault In Our Stars is a drama mixed with romance that shines with intelligence above the others movies of the genre, more because of the solid performances of Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort. (4/5)
(de) wrote: Extremely emotional but incredibly beautiful. I bawled all through the second half. Good thing I was alone in that theatre!