Trishna

Trishna

DVD - 2012 | Anamorphic widescreen version.
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Trishna lives with her family in a village in Rajasthan and works in a resort to help pay the family bills. Jay is the wealthy son of a property developer. When Jay takes up managing resorts, he meets Trishna and wins her affection. They move to Mumbai, but problems arise when his deep family bond threatens their bliss.
Publisher: New York : IFC Films : MPI Home Video, [2012]
Edition: Anamorphic widescreen version.
Copyright Date: ?2012
ISBN: 9780788616044
0788616048
Branch Call Number: DVD TRI
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (113 min.) :,sound, color ;,4 3/4 in.

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wanchain
Jul 06, 2017

I like this movie for several reasons: (1) the setting is colorful and vibrant; (2) the plot is unpredictable but not unbelievable; and (3) the main characters are quite pretty and handsome.

Though it isn't an uplifting story, it hints at the inner world of Trishna, which is mysteriously fascinating and that's where the awe lies--to understand the psyche of the main character. This film is for those who appreciate the deeper layer of humanity.

Catmamakim Jun 06, 2015

This movie kept me on the edge of my seat. It was sad, romantic, profound, and violent. It is not for children. The message and story behind it make up for the lack of great acting. I enjoyed this movie very much and I would recommend it to my friends.

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Olivy
Feb 10, 2015

I had lofty expectations for this film based on the trailer I saw on another film. The story seemed far fetched and in that it was disappointing. I should have switched it off earlier as I wasted my time watching it.

harrybrowne Dec 20, 2014

The real star of this film is Riz Ahmed, a very talented actor (see him in The Reluctant Fundamentalist). This is a sad story of decadence and depravity seen through the clash of cultures.
The music is gorgeous as is the lush scenery. Michael Winterbottom's direction is terrific.

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useyourwords
Oct 26, 2014

Knowing that director Michael Winterbottom also did _The Trip_, I wanted the entire film to continue following the 4 British guys on their roadtrip through India, instead of veering back on-road to retell the story of _Tess of the D'Urbervilles_. That being said, I enjoyed _Trishna_.

Interesting tidbit: Freida Pinto can't dance! ... which I knew from the end credits of _Slumdog Millionaire_, but I think it works here, as she plays a woman who doesn't express herself well.

aaa5756 May 22, 2014

A Very Slow Moving Movie Very predictable. Very boring movie and Disappointing.

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johncruse
Feb 12, 2014

YOU'LL BE SORRY. SAD. DEPRESSING.

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0892nowoy
Jan 31, 2014

LDN 123

This movie started out o. k. than toward the end it was so bad that I didn't even finish it !!! It was horrible the way that he treated her !! I can't wait to take this movie back !! Way too much sex ! Not a movie I would ever recommend to anyone..

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Kokopelli_45
Jan 17, 2014

Great story of a woman who loved. A bit of a tragic downer though.

kcr411 Sep 04, 2013

Riz Ahmed is HOT.....he is a good actor who needs good scripts. I like the music in the film. I cannot find the soundtrack! the film is OK...not something one would see twice in theaters.

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aaa5756 May 22, 2014

Just plain stupid can sum up this movie!

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aaa5756 May 22, 2014

“The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.” -Winston Churchill

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