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Peri Holland (Email address withheld) writes:
Dose anyone know the name of the opening song?? i love that and i want to download it but cant find the name of it anywhere!!!
Gurudev Prasad (email@example.com) writes:
I have been asked so many times-why I like this movies so much. The answer is quite straight. I come from a school of thought which says that movies movies are the face of any society. And Mother India is a perfect potrait. It touches on all the issues that were facing the society at the given point of time. The illiteracy, poverty, our dependence on agriculture and the uncertainities related to the agriculture as an occupation. The problem of the caste, the exploitation of the poor by the rich (the money lenders), the vulnerability of the woman and the orthodox customs (marriage has to be a lavish event, and thats where the problem starts)that we follow without questioning . Though the film touches all these aspects , not even for a minute it looks like a documentary. From the begining to the end it captivates the viewer and actually makes him experience the plot. It is a masterpiece and the greatest milestone in Indian movie making. And all those who complain about the songs, their ignorance is to be blamed. In India we have a song for every occassion (birth to death).
Andrew Taylor (Email address withheld) writes:
with the vented
of lost love,
This is a moor hen of a movie, I liked it a lot.
brooke (Email address withheld) writes:
its the best film ever. it shows what teenagers can get up 2 and how they react in that matter. But evan rachel wood is the best actor ever. And i was listening to one of her movie things and she said the scarest thing on the was doing the sences where she had to cut herself and after that seen she just ran and hugged her brother cuz she was so scared and felt like she wasnt able to do it.
Helen Price (Email address withheld) writes:
This is the best film I have ever seen..Ryan Gosling plays a brilliant part as Noah Calhoun. He is soooo beautiful!!!as well as being the most romantic man I have seen in a film. The part on the boat is brilliant..the way he looks at her just melts my heart!! 10 out of 10 for me and then some
whateverabout (Email address withheld) writes:
I don't know. I may have read too much about this film prior to watching it. I bought it yesterday, and was stoked about watching it. It was 12:30, lights were all off, dead silence in my living room, I was by myself. And, I guess, after having the heads up about the baby, and the Lady in the Radiator, and the Woman Across the Hall, the suspense and utter shock everyone talked about didn't "shock" me the way I thought it would. My advice, do Not READ anymore if you plan on watching this film. Stop, go out and get it, watch it. The experience I bet would be better.
juan (Email address withheld) writes:
A CITIZEN KANE of a film for now,such imagination ,acting and style, forget his BATMAN film, see this and INSOMNIA, and lets have more thought provoking film making in the future.
Miranda (Email address withheld) writes:
Inspirational the movie is the bomb me and my friend watched it evrynight for a week we love it soo much that I pretend to be Evvy and she pretends to be Tracey we love it soo much
scherben (Email address withheld) writes:
This, along with Threads, is perhaps the most essential British cinema ever made. The only downside is that they probably underestimate the horror that would occur after nuclear strike. Buy and watch it over and over.
Pete More (Email address withheld) writes:
The Kew Dodges were bottle green and were hired from Drinkwaters in Willesden,NW London. Some locations were the road up to and on Truleigh Hill, Nr Shoreham, West Sussex and the surrounding lanes, Fulmar in Bucks and the opening shots (speeded up film) were shot on the road between Langley and Iver (which has been altered over the years). I was told by a local that the tipper that went over the cliff and exploded was a Ford ET6 and the quarry scene was by the Upper Beeding cement works.