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Song of the Little Road ( Pather Panchali ) (1955) Movie Reviews

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We'll go see the train when I'm better? 100/100

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mitchellyoung 01/22/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Using an almost documentary-style approach, Satyajit Ray crafts an emotional piece about everyday Indian life. The film starts with some humorous touches, but, towards the second half, tragedy reveals a more humble and poignant piece about coping with difficult circumstances. The final ten minutes or so are brilliant.

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GGauthier 08/28/2007 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Powerful film of the master Ray. Part of the neorrealist movement. The "trilogy of life" begins with Apu, living in a very poor India, but sorounded by emotions and feelings that will marke him until the end of his life. One of the best performances given by a child, probably the best ever. And technically a masterpiece that should watch everyone that actually loves cinema.

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