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Bhowani Junction(1956)

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  • Nobel

    • Kali
    • 4/26/11

    Give the Americans a Nobel Peace Prize, for god's sake!

  • The Roman King

    • Kali
    • 4/26/11

    Director Cukor is the Roman king at the Victoria heroine in the Bhowani Junction, dedicates the honor of wars and the faith of diplomacy inventing the new interest of civility. Romance is a grace for peace for dialogue and trust. We love Jesus, because we love his pardon at the country cousin earthlings.

  • Merits

    • Kali
    • 4/26/11

    The merits of Victoria is the intellectual appeal at her missionary outlaw, Savage. Victoria is not Dalai Lama but the living grace of romance with the British officer. She could be more clever if she pays for the morose of the British enlightenment at the newly independent India. Maybe Dalai Lama could be Taylor that falls into the cradle desperate of the west and cries for the destiny mayhem. The signore agent wants a pretty exit, the cordial respectful for his civil decorations and alliance sympathy. Not the modern envoy Tony Blair, the latter lacks the smart wand of a pretence. Senator Blithedale Romance maybe the answer and Victoria like an exotic flower candid in every development of the film, unfortunately the sari is not the veil of elegance benign only the uniform of India in her culture. Moral is that Mayhem needs the favor of god, and the tarots of approval. I wish India good from the bottom of my heart. Amen

  • Beware

    • Kali
    • 4/26/11

    Virtue of a caste system has it that one stays inside a repertorie and takes the brutal repercussion stepping beyond, the unforgivable stake breaking the old rituals for advance at the unfamiliar perils. Beware abiding against predestination.

  • Love Story

    • Kali
    • 4/26/11

    A love story between a patroit and the passion suitor. Love is between a man and a woman living at the same lifeline and honor. Desertion is sometimes a weakness called for.

  • Peace for India

    • Kali
    • 4/26/11

    Victoria desperately wants to find her Indian identity, distrusting the British but mistrust from the Indian countrymen at the same time. She fails to find her role at Rajit's engagement as an original Indian race woman convert, and fails to implore the Hindus' support for Gandhi that honors peace demonstrations at the bad blood and uncompromised hatred between the common people with the British authority. Savage maybe the damsel's hero, but does not find Victoria's heart and soul for her country India, his purpose in India could spell the reason for saving Victoria at her last decision to choose to depart her quest for a difficult identity with the Indian natives. Victoria is not aware that Savage is her guardian that braved the English revulsion against his devotion for a woman that is not the same color with him. A tragedy of a patroit renewal and her missionary outlaw. Fate of a country thrown in chaos, a protagonist that lacks sober wise, and a new leader of a generation ushered in who was raised from the people at the will of peace for India. Savage passed off the new crisis of his own identity role outside his native England.

  • A Surprise Hit!

    • gangfan
    • 8/31/09

    I was not expecting much from this film, but I was completely swept of my feet by the scale and grandeur of this film. Stewart Granger is so great as the handsome British Colonel. Bill Travers and Francis Matthews also deliver strong performances. This is, in my opinion, Ava Gardner's strongest role - her acting is at its peak. Of course, she is gorgeous in her sari! A wonderful film that everyone should see!

  • Bhowani Junction

    • sally
    • 10/29/07

    THIS IS A SHOW THAT SHOULD BE RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC TO ENJOY.

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