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|SATYAJIT RAY TWO DAUGHTERS(TEEN KANYA)[DVD]
|Tytuł oryginalny:||Two Daughters|
The 'third daughter' in this excellent, intended trilogy by acclaimed Indian director Satyajit Ray got axed in the final cut. The first story in the set, both based on tales by Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore is titled 'The Postmaster' and relates how Ratan (Chandana Bannerjee) an orphan, is befriended by a Calcutta poet, Nandalal (Anil Chatterjee), when he comes to Ratan's remote village to take over the postmaster's job and hires her as a servant girl. His kindness extends to teaching her to read and write and she, in turn, is devoted to him. Faced with the difficulties of living in abject poverty, the postmaster has to choose between staying with Ratan and returning to the city. In the second story, 'Samapti' or alternately, 'The Conclusion', a student returns home from law school to discover that his overbearing mother has arranged a marriage for him with a local woman from a respectable family. Rebelling against this traditional custom, the young man decides to marry the tomboy he loves, with interesting results.
Two Daughters tells two tales. The first, The Postmaster, is about Nanda, a young man who leaves Calcutta to work as a postmaster in an isolated, malaria-infested village. His only solace in the village is in teaching his host, Ratan, how to read and write. The second story, The Conclusion, is about a student, Amulya, who returns to his village after finishing his exams. His widowed mother is very anxious for him to marry, and has already picked out a girl. Yet he rejects his mother's choice and, being forced to choose some girl, marries a lively tomboy who is not ready to give up her freedom.
|Czas trwania:||100 min.|
|Napisy:||angielskie, brak polskich|
|Polska wersja językowa:||brak polskiej wersji|
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