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Ganashatru  (1990 - Bengali)

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  • rahul sengupta

    Ganashatru rating: 7 out of 10

    By rahul sengupta(02 Apr 2009)

    Satyajit Ray made “Ganashatru” in 1989 & it released on 19th January, 1990. Ray’s second last feature film, “Ganashatru” fights for honesty & fights against the shattered social system with integrity & defiance. Ray made the celluloid adaptation of a Henrik Ibson short story & penned the screenplay himself. Barun Raha operated the camera after Soumendu Roy’s departure. Ashok Basu the art director & the ever trusted Dulal Dutta held the editing scissors. The film was produced by N. F. D. C. & distributed by Jagat Singh Dunar. Background music was created by Ray himself ... » read more

  • Dipen Guha

    Ganashatru rating: 0 out of 10

    By Dipen Guha(01 Jul 2009)

    "Ganasatru" is Satyajit Roy's twenty-fourth full length feature film. The film is Ray's own adaptatin of Henrik Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People". Ibsen's play has been transformed by Ray, unlike its treatment by Arthur Miller. The setting is, through and through, contemporary, a small town in Bengal with reputation as a health resort, some way from Kolkata. Ibsen's Dr. Stockman has become Dr. Asok Gupta (Soumitra Chatterjee), the head of a hospital run by a trust established by a local Marwari industrialist, Bhargava. Gupta's brother Nisith (Dhritiman Chatterjee) is a ... » read more

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