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Exceptional acting and cinematography help make a very good story an all-time best. Amazing protrayals of 1950s' US and 1920s' US/Italy. Great dialogues adorn brilliant screenplay juggling between two storylines.
The only question is whether the movie was an all-time best or not...My conclusion: great movie but not one better than almost all else.
Exceptionally tacky and full of holes for a movie of this budget. It is one thing for fantasy movies to define its own science laws to make people fly or shoot lasers from fingers, but another where they are unable to follow the logic they themselves create. Not entertaining either with the dialogues too contrived and cliched
A great movie at so many levels. Alia is sensational. More sensational is the storyline. And the best is the way it is all handled without allowing the jingoism to ruin all the movie's beautiful, subtle aspects.
Everything about Hitchki is revealed in the movie's trailer or initial moments. One knows how it is going to progress. Rani Mukherjee provides thrills to the expected emotional jolts and makes the movie a wonderful watch despite lack of surprises.