Subarnarekha [The golden thread] (1965)

Troubled times, struggling refugees, different outlooks and possibilities. The strangely staged acting somehow brings a stronger and more endearing humanity to the tormented characters, heightening the emotional impact of this stern and serious story of class and family, origin and home, friendship and love.

Overflowing with short bursts of crystal clear music, enhancing the atmosphere without destroying the pace. In my book of values, compromise, and forgiveness.

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