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one of the best international films ever!
Un des grands films de Satyajit Ray, quel fabuleux metteur en scene ! Une belle leÃ§on aussi sur la tolerance, les conflits entre hindous et musulmans au Bengale...quel contraste avec les films Bollywood qu'on a l'habitude de voir et que j'aime aussi pour leur cote Kitch ! Du vrai bon cinema..A ne pas manquer si vous avez l'occasion de le voir..Il passe au Reflet Medicis.
Combines the political themes of Ganashatru with the extra-marital temptation of Charulata. On the first count, it succeeds admirably, weaving a complex issue. Although Ray clearly sympathizes more with Nikhil, it's not as blatantly one-sided as Ganashatru. As for the budding affair, that plotline isn't as deft and gets too melodramatic, but at least it's convincing. Technically, the film is far superior to most of Ray's color films, even majestic. Not a brilliant movie, but a very good one.
This is just a template of everything and anything Satyajit Ray has made. In my opinion there isn't a more prolific and versatile director in the world. Ghare Baire has lot of subtleties probably observed and appreciated by someone who grew up in India watching the patriotic bollywood flicks. The otherwise puritan patriot has a gray personality. One the one hand he opposes the rich muslim traders but likes the lavish lifestyle and makes his friend's wife finance it. The subtlety of the affair between these two is also remarkable, very anit-western ..where an affair can only culminate in sex beneath the sheets with a post coital cigarette smoking scene.
another exquisite ray film from tagore's story
great film.. Perfect in every respect of film..
One of the weaker Ray films...