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'Ramayana: The Legend of Prince Rama' keeps the thing understated and sober, and that largely works in the favour because the film has exact plot and isn't keen to expand the story into its dark end- just the happily ever after once Ravana gets killed and Lord Ram is crowned the King of Ayodhya. But the storytelling, to be fair, is far from simplistic. The English version of the film is a bland one with total disregard for sound levels. So, I suggest that you watch the film in Hindi, because that way it feels sassily old-fashioned and it's unapologetically healthy approach to the underlying war themes makes it winsome.
Best ramayan movie ever but unfortunately could'nt watch on theatre.
The legend is interesting but the animation is weak and it runs far too long.
Spoko, taka hinduska "Iliada" :) Cho? chyba trafniej by?oby napisa?, ?e "Iliada" to taka grecka "Ramayana" ;)
watched it for the first time when I was a kid..
didn't notice it before that it was made by the Japanese people to celebrate Japan-India relationship..
great story and beautiful scenery~