Subrata Mitra

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Pather Panchali (1955) -- (Movie Clip) A Sumptuous Feast The first appearance of the dreamy father Harihar (Kanu Banerjee), waxing almost irrational for wife Sarbajaya (Karuna Banerjee), young Durga (Runki Banerjee) about as the old aunt (Chunibala Devi) rocks newborn Apu, in Satyajit Ray's celebrated Pather Panchali, 1955.
Pather Panchali (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Fruit Has No Name On It The neighbor Mrs Mukherji (Reva Devi) and daughter (Rama Gangopadhaya) visit to accuse sister Durga (Uma Das Gupta) of stealing a necklace, also fruit, which is an issue dating back years, confronting mother (Karuna Banerji), as Apu (Subir Banerji) and auntie (Chunibala Devi) observe, in Satyajit Ray’s Pather Panchali, 1955.
Pather Panchali (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Song Of The Little Road The opening and credits, citing the original novel by Bibhutibhusan (Banerjee) Bandyopadhyay, from director Satyajit Ray’s landmark first feature, Pather Panchali, 1955, after almost four years in production, beginning what became the “Apu Trilogy.”
Pather Panchali (1955) -- (Movie Clip) So Many Thieves The opening of director Satyajit Ray's landmark first feature is dominated by the cranky neighbor (Reva Devi), complaining about young Durga (Runkee Banerjee), well within earshot of her mother (Karuna Banerjee), in Pather Panchali, 1955, music by Ravi Shankar.
Pather Panchali (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Have You Ever Seen A Train? Apu (Subir Banerjee) is more grown up, his father (Kanu Banerjee) still philosophical, as the mother (Karuna Banerjee) tends to now adolescent Durga (Uma Das Gupta), the old aunt (Chunibala Devi) still with them, in Satyajit Ray's Pather Panchali, 1955.
Bombay Talkie -- (Movie Clip) Opening The clever opening sequence of the Ismail Merchant-James Ivory romance set in the milieu of the Indian "Bollywood" movie industry, Bombay Talkie, 1970, starring Shashi Kapoor, Jennifer Kendal and Zia Mohyeddin.
Bombay Talkie -- (Movie Clip) Fate Machine English writer Lucia (Jennifer Kendal) is introduced to Indian leading-man Vikram (Shashi Kapoor), on a Bombay movie set, her escort Hari (Zia Mohyeddin) quickly forgotten, early in the Ismail Merchant-James Ivory production Bombay Talkie, 1970.
Bombay Talkie -- (Movie Clip) This Is Just Not Done Meaning well, English writer Lucia (Jennifer Kendal) manages to disrupt a ceremony at the home of film star Vikram (Shashi Kapoor), insulting his wife Mala (Aparna Sen), in Bombay Talkie, 1970, directed by James Ivory.
Bombay Talkie -- (Movie Clip) Consenting Adults Married movie star Vikram (Shashi Kapoor) and English writer Lucia (Jennifer Kendal), now openly conducting their affair, interrupted by jealous screenwriter Hari (Zia Mohyeddin), in the Merchant-Ivory production Bombay Talkie, 1970.