A story about retired deputy Joe Henriksen and his son Tony who put their lives at risk making a stand against slave trading. There is a pure evil man standing in their way - Frank McCoffin, the owner of gold mine, who does not hesitate to fight for what belongs to him! Frank is a very territorial cold blooded killer!
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Based on a real-life don, Nayagan (1987) is a superb Godfather-inspired crime film situated in the slums of Bombay. One of the best ever to do it, Kamal Hassan’s portrayal of Velu Naicker is legendary and there is absolutely no one that can top that performance. This is one of those films that did everything right and there isn’t anything to pinpoint and criticise. Tracing the life trajectory of an underworld Don, we follow the protagonist from his rise all the way up to his demise and it is done in realistic fashion. The script is taut and gritty and it does not contain any unnecessary scenes that seems forced we like in most movies. The narrative style is dark and as the viewer, you’re pretty much watching the movie with the feeling of a twisted gut as you sit in eagerness to watch what comes next. The cinematography is excellent as it captures the essence of slum life in Bombay exactly how it should be and The colors used in the film are dark as how the entire tone of the film is. Illayaraaja’s background score is haunting and his music plays a very important and effective role in the film. The relationships between the various characters in the film are complex but delivered subtly. Be it a father-Daughter, Father-Son, Husband-Wife relationship, the struggles and the bond are handled maturely and these are the scenes that will leave a lump in your throat. Timeless and a true classic, Nayagan will blow you away no matter how many times you watch it. Nayagan (1987), Cinematic Brilliance. 5/5!
Welcome to KGUR, where we have all of your musical needs. We also apparently make frequent visits to Staples. Let's just say it is never dull around here. Especially when you combine sharpies, a sarcastic college student and 15 minutes of pure boredom! #sarcasm
Welcoming back our rockin' Fall semester students to @cuestacollege featuring Cuesta's very own Film and Electronic Media (FTVE) department and student run radio station. Chill with some sick beetz! Our student DJ's and radio hosts will sweep you off your feet with some roaring hits.
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Is it Third Thursday already? Heck yeah! Join us for another night of engaging conversation, set stories, gear talk, and contact swapping with a big dynamic group of talented Michigan film people. Why can't it be Third Thursday every day? Check out that bio link for more event details.
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