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Satyajit Ray
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Country: India

Total Titles at Criticker: 41 - You've Seen 41

Your Average Percentiles: 0 (Actor), 0 (Director), 0 (Writer)

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Titles You've Rated: Director (37) | Writer (36) | Actor (3)
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Heerak Rajar Deshe (1980)
The musician duo of Goopi Gayin and Bagha Bayin make a comeback in this sequel, where they are invited to the court of the Hirak Raja (Diamond King), for their musical skills. They have to perform at the kingdom's Jubilee Celebrations. But coming to the kingdom, they use their natural goodness and curiosity to find out that all is not well in the kingdom... (imdb)
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Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne (1968)
Goopy wants to sing and Bagha would love to play the Dhol(drum). They meet accidentally and is helped by King of Ghosts. With newly endowed abilities they land in Kingdom of Shundi where their adventure begins. (imdb)
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Rabindranath Tagore (1961)
A biography of the great poet.
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Bala (1976)
This is Satyajit Ray's magnificent documentary on T Balaswaraswati (1918-1984), the legendary Bharatanatyam Dancer. Made in 1976, when Bala was 59, the documentary traces the biography of Bala, but above all concentrates on her dance and gives us a truly unforgettable glimpse into the art of one of the greatest geniuses from India. (Karagarga)
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Pratidwandi (1970)
The Adversary stars Dhritiman Chatterjee as an Indian university student. Upon the death of his father, Chatterjee is compelled to drop out of school and support his family by taking a series of "grunt" jobs. Surrounded for the first time in his life by the squalor and poverty of Calcutta, the student grows increasingly embittered over his reduced circumstances... (All Movie)
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Shakha Proshakha (1990)
An aged patriarch (Ajit Bannerjee), popular for his scrupulous honesty, has a heart attack in the middle of a town gathering in his honour. The event brings togehter his four sons, of which the second Proshanto (Soumitra) has been in reclusive insanity for several years after a shock incident years ago. Waiting for closure on the father's health situation, the four reminisce and relive ideological differences. (imdb)
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Chiriyakhana (1967)
This detective thriller portrays Uttam kumar as detective Byomkesh Bakshi -- the novel creation of Saradindu Bandyopadhyay... (IMDB Comments)
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Sonar Kella (1974)
Mukul (played by Kusal Chakravarty) is a young boy who is said to be able to remember events of his previous life. He stays up late into the night and draws sketches that he claims are of battles he had seen. His father decides to take him to Dr. Hajra (Sailen Mukherjee), a parapsychologist, for treatment. On studying some drawings by Mukul that represent scenes from the past, Dr. Hajra concludes that Mukul's drawings as well as his desciptions are of events around a fortress, where the boy's father(sic) had worked as a gem cutter... (Wikipedia.org)
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Ashani Sanket (1973)
Gangacharan is the new Brahmin of a village, where he assumes various duties: teaching, organizing religious events, and trying to prevent epidemics. But in that year 1943, war is raging (as reminded by the planes occasionally heard flying over the countryside), and a major famine is under way. As food shortages reach catastrophic proportions, Gangacharan attempts to preserve his privileged situation, while his generous wife, Ananga, conversely tries to help and support the community. (imdb)
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The Inner Eye (1972)
The Inner Eye is the second of Satyajit Ray's four great documentaries and tells you about the life and art of Binode Behari Mukherjee (1904-1980). Mukherjee was one of the most admired renaissance painters of Bengal. Trained by the great Nandalal Bose during his early years in Santiniketan (Rabindranath Tagore's university for the liberal arts), Benode Behari painted profusely. (Karagarga)
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Two (1965)
In a fairy tale like treatment, the film shows an encounter of two boys - a rich kid living in big house and a boy living in a slum. The rich boy's window overlooks the slum. (Karagarga)
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Goopy Bagha Phire Elo (1991)
Goopy Gyne and Bagha Byne rule the kingdom of Shundi. They are bored of royal luxuries. They want to get back to the days of adventure they had enjoyed all their lives, but their age comes in the way. They leave the kingdom in search of new experiences. (Wikipedia)
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Anukul (2017)
A teacher purchases a human-looking robot.
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Satyajit Ray (1982)
Documentary about the life and work of Satyajit Ray
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Baksa Badal (1970)
A light hearted romantic comedy of events leading from the accidental switch of luggage of two travellers.
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Sikkim (1971)
Documentary about the Sikkim nation which would later become part of India
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Sadgati (1981)
Untouchable shoemender Dukhi comes to the Brahmin's and asks him to arrange his daughter's engagement. The Brahmin belongs to a higher caste. He wants Dukhi to work for him (and for free) before agreeing... A plea against the indian system of castes. (imdb)
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Sukumar Ray (1987)
In 1987, Satyajit Ray made a documentary on a legend of Bengali Literature - Sukumar Ray - incidentally also the father of the filmmaker. Sukumar ray was an extraordinary individual. He was a gifted artist, photographer, activist and a person who gathered the cream of intellectuals in renaissance bengal around him. Yet he is remembered as the greatest humourist Bengal has ever produced, equalling great literateurs like Lewis Carrol and Edward Lear. (KG)
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Pikoor Diary (1981)
Smooth as silk, Ray brings us an unforgettable vignette of upper-middle class life in Kolkata around the 70's. (imdb)
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Jana Aranya (1976)
After months of unemployment, recent college graduate Somnath enters business as a middleman, but he finds out when success means finding a client's weak spot, the price is more than mere rupees. (imdb)
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Parash Pathar (1958)
An underpaid middle-aged clerk finds a 'parash pathar', a stone that changes iron to gold on touch. (imdb)
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Days and Nights in the Forest (1970)
A group of four middle class workers in India take the week off to have a holiday. When they get to the forest, they meet up with another group and spend their time flirting with women. (imdb)
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Mahanagar (1963)
Life at home changes when a housewife from a middle-class, conservative family in Calcutta gets a job as a salesperson. (imdb)
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Devi (1960)
Devi focuses on a young woman, who is deemed a goddess when her father-in-law, a rich feudal landlord, envisions her as the Goddess Kali. (imdb)
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An Enemy of the People (1989)
In this adaption of the Ibsen stage play, an idealistic physician discovers that the town's hot springs are dangerously contaminated. But with the community relying on the spa for tourist dollars, his warnings to the falls for deaf ears.
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Charulata (1964)
Charu lives a lonely and idle life in 1870s India. Although her husband devotes more time to his newspaper than to their marriage, he sees her loneliness and asks his brother-in-law, Amal, a would-be writer to keep her company (imdb)
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The Stranger (1991)
A well-off Indian family is paid an unexpected, and rather unwanted, visit by a man claiming to be the woman's long lost uncle... (imdb)
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Aparajito (1956)
A boy leaves home to study in Calcutta, while his mother must face a life alone. (imdb)
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The World of Apu (1959)
Apu is a jobless ex-student dreaming vaguely of a future as a writer. An old college friend talks him into a visit up-country to a village wedding.
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The Music Room (1958)
Biswambhar Roy is a zamindar (landlord) and the last of his kind. With the title, he has none of the prequisites, inheriting diminishing lands that are being eroded by the neighbouring river. (imdb)
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Ghare-Baire (1984)
When the movie opens, a woman is recalling the events that molded her perspective on the world. Years ago, her husband, a wealthy Western-educated landowner, challenged tradition by providing her with schooling, and inviting her out of the seclusion in which married women were kept (imdb)
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The Chess Players (1977)
Wazed Ali Shah is the ruler of one of the last independent kingdoms of India. The British, intent on controlling this rich country, have sent general Outram on a secret mission to clear the way for an annexation. While pressure is mounting amidst intrigue and political manoeuvres, Ali Shah composes poems and listens to music, secluded in his palace... (imdb)
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Nayak (1966)
A matinee idol Arindam Mukherjee is going by train to collect an acting award. On the train, he is confronted by a journalist Aditi who somewhat unwillingly starts to take his interview. Arindam, won over by Aditi's naivete, starts to disclose his past, his fears and his secrets... (imdb)
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Company Limited (1974)
Shyamalendu (Barun Chanda) is a successful executive at a fan company where he is expecting a promotion shortly. His life revolves around his work and socialising with colleagues along with his wife, Dolan (Paromita Chaudhuri). His sister-in-law, Tutul (Sharmila Tagore) comes to stay with them for a few days. She is given a tour of the life they lead - in restaurants, beauty parlours, clubs and race courses. But then crisis strikes in the form of agitation at the factory... (imdb)
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Kanchenjungha (1962)
A wealthy family from Calcutta is on the last day of their vacation in Darjeeling, a hill station at the foot of Mount Kanchenjungha, the second highest peak of the Himalayas. Until now, they have been unable to catch a glimpse of the peak Kanchenjungha.The family members are dominated by the father, Indranath (Chhabi Biswas), an industrialist. He wants his daughter to marry a man of his choice and hopes that the man will propose if they are left together alone for some time... (satyajitray.org)
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Mahapurush (1965)
A retired lawyer meets a holy man Birinchi Baba and his assistant on his way back from a pilgrimage and is totally taken in by his supernatural life... (imdb)
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Kapurush (1965)
Amitabha Roy (Soumitra Chatterjee), a sriptwriter has a breakdown near a tea-estate and he is offered a place to stay by the estate manager (Haradhan Banerjee) at his bungalow. When he reaches, Amitabha finds out that the manager is married to his ex-girlfriend, Karuna (Madhabi Mukherjee)... (imdb)
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Abhijaan (1962)
A taxi driver attempts to introduce his cab service in rural Bengal against many odds. (imdb)
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Teen Kanya (1961)
The first story is about Nanda, a young man who leaves Calcutta to work as a postmaster in an isolated malaria-infested village. The postmaster is looked after by a young orphan girl, Ratan. His only solace in the village is in teaching Ratan how to read and write... (imdb)
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Joi Baba Felunath (1978)
This is the second film about the detective Feluda (Soumitra Chatterjee) set in the holy city of Benares, where he (along with his cousin, Topshe and friend, Lalmohan Ganguly) goes for a holiday. But the theft of a priceless deity of Lord Ganesh (the Elephant God) from a local household forces him to start investigation... (imdb)
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Pather Panchali (1955)
Sometime in the early years of the century, a boy, Apu, is born to a poor Brahmin family in a village in Bengal. The father, a poet and priest, cannot earn enough to keep his family going...(imdb)
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