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  • Avec: Karthik, Mohan, Revathy, Arvind Swamy, Anuradha, Nasser
    Réalisateur: Mani Ratnam, Suhasini
    Compositeur: Ilaiyaraaja, A.R. Rahman
    Codage: Multi-zones
    Langue: Tamoul
    Sous-titre: Anglais
    Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1
    Vidéo: Format 16/9 compatible 4/3
    Durée: (environ) 300 minutes

     

    Synopsis:
    Mouna Ragam

    Revathi is forced to marry Mohan in an arranged marriage. She lives in the memory of her lost love Karthik and asks for a divorce. The law requires them to stay together for a year before granting the divorce. That gives time for a lot of incidents in their lives and things change.

    Indira

    "Indira", un drame rural politique bien contemporain dont le centre est Indira et son bien-aimé qui luttent pour leur communauté face à un politicien opportuniste prêt à tout pour s'emparer de leurs terres..

    The film tells of the feud between the evil landlord kotamarayar (Ravi) and the villagers of maranur, Whom he drives to a less fertile area across a river. The villagers are led by sethupathy (Nasser), married to the villain's sister and excommunicated for that reason. When sethupathy is killed by the landlord, his daughter indira (Anu) takes over the leadership of the village, with the encouragement of her urban lover (Swamy). In the film's climax, When a flood threatens the portion of the village occupied by the uppercaste sections, Indira succeeds in establishing a humanitarian relationship transcending caste differences and set to the chant is no more fear, there is no thought of slavery..

     

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