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Mon Amour: Shesher Kobita Revisited critic rating (The Telegraph): 2.5
 
 

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  • Chandi Mukherjee

    Mon Amour: Shesher Kobita Revisited rating: 0 out of 10

    By Chandi Mukherjee

    Probably this is the first time in world film history that a film has a little comprising if three international languages. In the title the first two words are French, then the two words are Bengali and the last word is in English. This is the little of the film of debutant director Subhrajeet Mitra. Oh, sorry to mention, the film is in Bengali.
    Though it is SESHER KABITA – revisited, there is no Labanya, no Amit and no Sovonlal. Instead there is Brishti, Amit and Jeet. And of course there is no Shilong and no “Path bendhe dilo bandhanheen granthi” either. But there ... » read more

  • rahul sengupta

    Mon Amour: Shesher Kobita Revisited rating: 5 out of 10

    By rahul sengupta(09 Aug 2008)

    Mon Amour: "phuchka" re-invented

    Subhrajit Mitra has re-invented Rembrandt. He has re-invented Sebastian Bach. He has re-invebted Jibananondo Das. He has re-invented the verses of William Butler Yeats. He has re-invented neo-realism and he has re-invented "phuchka". Yes. you read right. Mon Amour recycles around a mishap happening only because of an incident relating to "du takar phuchka". But whether Subhrajit succeeds in re-inventing Rabindranath remains unanswered. Mon Amour creates a beautiful dichotomy between the surreal or neoreal and the hardcore real ... » read more

  • Kaberi Chatterjee

    Mon Amour... a simple triangular love story yaar

    Mon Amour: Shesher Kobita Revisited rating: 1 out of 10

    By Kaberi Chatterjee(21 Jul 2010)

    I am the original writer of this film. And the original story is just a simple triangular love story which has been given the Sesher Kabita touch by an amateur director. However, the movie was finally a mess, as Chandi Mukherjee says, and even we, the crew and cast could not sit through it.
    The original story involved the 'churmur' part and that they meet after 10 years. There was no Sesher Kabita concept. Come on! Any triangular love story can be imparted the Sesher Kabita concept to give the film a little halo.
    The director went overboard I think trying to ... » read more

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