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The Wind

A novelist is stalked by a psychopath one stormy night.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length: 92 minutes
  • Release: 1986
  • Language: English
  • IMDB link: The Wind
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A novelist is stalked by a psychopath one stormy night

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Caesar M (gb)

Filled with fine performances and a mystery that will have you hooked until the very end more than make up for any shortcomings that occur in the last act. Kahaani twist ending might diminish part of the viewing experience for some, but the complete package still satisfies. Elegantly shifting mood with every new music piece we listen. This accompanied with the score which plays innocently as the characters travel the length and breadth of the city enchanting the mood of what we're seeing. There are no ultra-clean streets with pretty models running about; no unbelievably dramatic situations; no interrupting songs. He perfectly captures the essence of city - the culture, durga-puja, dirty alleys and even the strained lifestyle. Director Sujoy Ghosh makes the city of Kolkata a character of the film with it cinematography. Aside from the top notch acting it's succeed from a technical standpoint. Acting alongside with Balan in many scenes with great and convincing chemistry. Parambrata Chattopadhyay is subtle and splendid as Rana. At time coming of vulnerable and other frustrated over a missing clue making you worried about her safe being. Her ability to tailor her emotions of sympathy, anger and despair - multiplies the strength of her character and the film. Vidya Balan is outstanding in the leading role. The twist never receives any buildup throughout the entire film making it reveal completely artificial and convoluted. It immediately stop building up the mystery behind our heroine missing husband and a twist ending that turns the film into an undercooked spy thriller. The first two act are solid adding more to the mystery and characters past, but the last act is where the plot begins to crumble and show it cracks. The progression of the mystery feels natural with every new clue clearing up a part of the puzzle. We only get a small glimpse of the overall mystery, but eventually grows into something bigger. The mystery element of the film is well played. Gradually building upon from first introduction. One very good storytelling choice is introducing all the character within the first twenty minutes. The narrative structure of the film is very smart. Kahaani is about a pregnant woman's searching for her missing husband which takes her from London to Kolkata, but everyone she questions denies having ever met her husband. While the plot does go downhill by the third act Kahaani is still a refreshing experience from the usual male-central Bollywood flicks. Bollywood films mostly have women roles reduced to being love interests, but in Kahaani that stereotype is broken


Connor A (br)

Just not that funny. Interesting idea


Eric L (us)

Can't beat it. Bittersweet Czech humor


Greg R (au)

The story of Ryan Larkin is one that needs to be watched and heard. Incredible animation, and tells a very powerful story that seems like it should be turned into a feature film. One of my favorite short films of all time. A true masterpiece


Jack G (gb)

This, if for no other reason, demands the film receive the Criteron treatment. It's not totally detrimental, but some scenes become hard to follow due to the poor quality of the subtitles with the print. It's the sort where the white subtitles drop in and out of view depending on who's standing where in a frame. Only downside I must mention - if you live in the US, or happen to watch it on a DVD or online from Walter Bearer films, the print is just not very good. You want to see what happens with this young guy, and it's his tragedy that gets us absorbed, even as the Bach music abstracts the sorrow, and agonizing poetry of the streets, and it's this that makes it a classic. While a few of the actors do fall a bit too flat, and some scenes come close to lagging around (the editing might be the most significant flaw here), the raw emotion and fire in the subject matter keeps things fascinating. The effect is nothing short of a slow-burn. His DP Tonino Delli Colli shoots simply often, and sometimes not so much - there's complexity, say, to a tracking shot in front of Accatone talking to a girl who is on a bicycle, or when we see the horrorshow of the men taking Maddalena at night in the middle of nowhere, the only lights starkly coming from the car. It is what Pasolini wants, and he gets it, much in the same way he also gets a view of this side of Rome in a way that hasn't been seen before up until this time. At one point when Citti's Vittorio breaks down in tears- a sudden turn from a previous scene showing more attitude- is authentic, even as another actor could have possibly played it "better". Some of their dialog and tones of speech aren't refined or look trained. There's a reality to his interactions with his friends (so called) or his business associates. The performance from Franco Citti is one thing that keeps the viewer locked in: he's so good here because he looks plucked right off the street by Pasolini, as would turn to be his method with choosing most of his 'actors' on camera. He's a tragic anti-hero in a New-Wave sort of sense, cool looking and aspiring to be modern and cool (and maybe he is, up to a point), but also poor and uneducated, so much so that being on the fringe and being called "PIMP!" is what he's been reduced to by default. He's someone we want to root for in being a better person, or, perhaps even, better at what he does. or perhaps not, as his attachment to her grows more and stronger, in spite of what and who are around him every day and night in the dirty province. . . It's after this we see Accatone on his potential path to redemption when he meets a supremely sweet and average girl from out of town, Stella, who he may eye as a new girl on the street. He has a wife and kid(s), but is estranged from them by choice - her choice most likely - and he finds himself in big trouble once his main prostitute, Maddalena, is sent to prison for a bad informing job. Vittorio Accattone is the main character- charming and attractive, and also a perpetual scoundrel who also is a total outcast. Anytime I hear the song Matthaus Passion I'll immediately contemplate those harsh images of Vittorio Accattone, being cast aside by his family for being a pimp, or that poor girl being beaten at night by that gang of men, which is something that elevates such hard scenes into art. But at the same time what one comes away with is poetry in documentary form - it's another level of neo-realism, a little more like an urban story than a post-war treatise that still throbs with the importance of those in poverty. Accattone announces a director, Pier Paolo Pasolini, who is a haunting/haunted poet from his surroundings and realist, someone who wants to put his eye on the world without flinching on the details of how 'ordinary' (of the street) people speak and interact, how raw and uninhibited they can be, these being the guys on the streets who are vulgar and coarse at best and at worst are abusers of women


Jason H (us)

Whitey was a decent crime documentary, but it's excessive talking head style, and repetitive content made it a bit if a drag


lion o (de)

very sad film but its very very good film to see 8 out of 10


NeCrO (au)

. . . Total waste of time


Philip B (ru)

I love everyone in this movie - it just feels good to watch


Richard A (mx)

e sure to Watch!!. Excellent movie, Crime , Drama, Thriller and Sex along with Great acting!! It's A Winner!! Hear it is will be having a wider release either today or tomorrow