Train to Pakistan
Seen from the eyes of Hukum Chand the District Magistrate it is an account of the turmoil faced by the inhabitants of village Mano Majra in Punjab on the Indo-Pak border during the period of partition after India attained independence.
- Stars:Mohan Agashe, Nirmal Pandey, Rajit Kapoor, Smriti Mishra, Divya Dutta, Mangal Dhillon, Paritosh Sand, M.S. Sathyu, Kamal Tiwari, Suresh Jindal, Amardeep Jha, Sharda Desoares, Amit Kharbanda, Ajaybir Singh, Vijay Kapoor,
- Country:UK, India
- Director:Pamela Rooks,
- Writer:Pamela Rooks, Khushwant Singh (novel)
Tensions run high near the border of British India, which is about to be partitioned with a new country called Pakistan. Sikhs living in this border town have heard numerous stories of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Train to Pakistan torrent reviews
(es) wrote: I will definitely be passing on this one.
(br) wrote: Never even heard of it.
(br) wrote: Frickin sickest snowboarding documentary alive!!
(ru) wrote: This movie was incredibly stupid and confusing. Stacy, the main character, was so hypocritical and unlikeable, had major issues of dependance, paranoia, selfishness, and she was not one I rooted for, she wasn't one I could identify with that is for sure. Also, spoiler alert---don't read further if you want to see this movie---in the end she was in no way shape or form "punished" for her immoral, selfish actions, no justice was taken in that. She actually got rewarded and got an amazing job talking about all the evil she had done. How BACKWARDS! I seriously was floored at the end of this movie, how could the writers so blatantly insult the viewer's intelligence by writing such a rubbish, lazy, confusing, and immoral ending like that (not to mention the whole movie.). Stacy did not learn anything from her mistakes, and I was hoping she would to probably save the movie. But no. So F- and zero stars if I could, but one half star I'll settle. Thank you.
(es) wrote: I love this film! all CBCs should watch it!
(gb) wrote: It started off so well! But why did they start to change the adaptation so much from the book, subsequently losing almost all of its heart, wit, and most of all horror?! Big disappointment. Colonel Kurtz from the book is definitely the more interesting, sadistic and disturbing psychopath as opposed to the boring and pretty irrelevant (to the film's storyline, apart from a crappy action sequence near the end) 'Curtis'.
(nl) wrote: The inspection scene is fantastic
(kr) wrote: A young man finds a human ear & suddenly gets dragged thru an hallucinatory journey of sadomasochism & murder in this grueling look under the cover of suburbia.
(br) wrote: would like to see it again. Saw it quite a few years ago and really enjoyed it . Had a good many laughs during the picture.
(au) wrote: I know, I know, Fred Astaire, only three stars . . . it was kind of meh and seventy years later . . . it has become overly predictable. Not sure this one stands up to the test of time.
(ag) wrote: Good movie, surprising end twist to an otherwise ho-hum predictable story line.
(ag) wrote: Holy crap this movie is intense. Brilliant performance from the mother character.