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Current Rating: 4.50

Current Rating: 4.50

based on 777 votes and 70 reviews

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  • 4 stars wow - a very disturbing, yet moving film. A movie that tells the sad life some females lead in make-centered societies. A movie that is both compelling and scary.
  • Idina Menzel was in this. She did really well, of course. We saw her in London.
  • Powerful. Shows how history breaks us forward from tradition.
  • This film was a beautiful visual experience that brought it`s audience into the reality of one of the terrible fates one can face for, the meer role of dice at birth, and being born female .
  • Excellent movie, well done and educational for me as I did not know this kind of thing went on. The acting was superb as well as the directing of this film.
  • The movie was great!!! It was sad how the widows were treated
  • Beautiful movie. Some very poignant parts. Teaches us about cultural and religious differences. Makes one more aware of the plight of women in other countries.
  • great movie, very interesting. little girl was amazing like to see it again.
  • A deeply revealing/moving film...about the `underdogs` of society...the have nots....the embarrassments....the bad luckers...the emotionally downtrodden...the weak.....Real humans put in inhumane circumstances by dictatorial, societal/in-the-name-`GOD` mores....with absolutely NO WAY OUT!!! I cried, I cried, I cried....for women, for elderly, for children, for innocent life, for my own, personal circumstances. GO SEE THIS MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Beautifulls, sads & romantics.


Genre:  Drama, Musical, Romance
Running Time:  117 min.
Release Date: November 4, 2005 (limited)
DVD: March 7, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 4.50
based on 777 votes and 70 reviews
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Cast: Lisa Ray, John Abraham, Sarala , Seema Biswas, Vidula Javalgekvar, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Manorama