The Music Room

The Music Room

A wealthy landlord who lives a decadent life with his wife and son. His passion - his wife would call it his addiction - is music, and he spends a great deal of his fortune on concerts held for the locals in his magnificent music room. He feels threatened by his neighbour, a commoner who has attained riches through business dealings. His passion for music and quest for social respect are his undoing, as he sacrifices his family and wealth trying to retain it.

Biswambhar Roy is a zamindar (landlord) and the last of his kind. With the title, he has none of the perquisites, inheriting diminishing lands that are being eroded by the neighbouring ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Music Room torrent reviews

David L (nl) wrote: Project Nim is such a heartbreaking and very important film. It is very well made, very emotional and always so fascinating with its intriguing subject matter being extremely well explored with many clever and sophisticated themes. It is one of the year's finest films and one of the best documentaries I've seen.

Scott C (de) wrote: A must see for anyone interested in graphic design or typography.

Cheryl L (jp) wrote: This movie was so boring I lost concentration on it not long after it started. It was very dark throughout which meant in most of the scenes it was difficult to see what exactly was going on.

Freddie K (us) wrote: "What I say is true - anyone can cook... but only the fearless can be great."Cooked to (almost) perfectionRatatouille was a masterpiece when I first saw it, I used to love...and I mean LOVE to cook. But the passion faded and I attached to different sources of stimulus (film, for example). Watching this again, bought back some magic to me.Ratatouille is delicately animated. Adding detail to our protagonist Remy in his animation as well as the food, decor and atmosphere of Paris. Pitch perfect timing of drama, suspense, comedy, joy, love, passion and emotion, It's a soap opera for the senses.One of my only issues with this animated feature, is that it balances so much on cooking well, it's message on the whole togetherness of family seems a little too 'unseasoned' if you'll excuse the reference. It's a 'grumpy dad' v 'rebellious son' antic for drama. Been there, done that.Other than that, Ratatouille shines a spotlight on culture, criticism and creativity from unexpected sources. Amazing.A90/100

Brett B (it) wrote: Two mediocre-to-decent segments and one fantastic, creepy barn-burner of a closing piece. Karen Black is fine as the glue holding all the stories together, but again, it's the final tale that makes this worth seeing. Dan Curtis' direction is consistently good throughout, but he goes to another level with the way he stages the action involving the killer doll, which is surprisingly intense for mid-1970's television standards.

Josh S (kr) wrote: Really not that entertaining. I'm not a huge fan of musicals, but I know what I like - and this was nothing special.

Stephen M (it) wrote: Interesting disaster story where the end of the world is nigh. Set in the offices of the London Daily Express, it's a fast paced film that not only picks up on the fears of the time but is proving to be more than a little prophetic, at least with the consequences of Man's actions. I first saw this film many years ago on TV and was fascinated by it. Recently I saw a copy on VHS cassette in my local garden centre for ?2.99 so bought and and was glad I did. On watching it again the global warming theme is relevant as are the human stories and (much as I hate to admit it) the role of the press in such a disaster. I think the best critic was my 17 year old son who sat glued to the screen, despite the film being in "cruddy black and white" and pronounced it to be "cool for an old film and with a fab ending". Need I say more?

Frances H (mx) wrote: Despite hokey script and plot line, this Blair Witch type found footage meets Land of the Lost hybrid is a fun watch, even with all of its silly and inconsistent story loopholes.