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A River Called Titas (DVD) (*)
$34.99 $31.98

Original Title: Titash Ekti Nadir Naam
Alternate Title: A River Named Titash
Language Selections:
English ( Subtitles )
Bengali ( Dolby Digital 2.0 )

Product Origin/Format:
United Kingdom ( PAL/Region 2 )

Running Time:
151 min + 10 min extras

Aspect Ratio:

Special Features:
Interactive Menu
Scene Access
Black & White

Movie filmed in 1973 and produced in:
Bangladesh ( India, Eastern Asia )
India ( India, Eastern Asia )

Directed By:
Ritwik Ghatak

Written By:
Advaita Malla Burman
Ritwik Ghatak

Fakrul Hasan Bairagi ..... Nibaran
Narain Chakraborty ..... Moral
Banani Choudhury ..... Moral ginni
Kabari Choudhury ..... Rajar Jhi
Chetana Das ..... Tilakchand
Ritwik Ghatak ..... Ananta
Shafikul Islam ..... Magan Sardar
Sirajul Islam ..... Mother
Roushan Jamil ..... Basanti's father
M.A. Khair ..... Kishore (as Probir Mitra)
Prabir Mitra ..... Ramprasad and Kader Mian
Golam Mustafa ..... Udaytara
Sufia Rustam ..... Basanti
Rosy Samad ..... Mungli
Rani Sarkar

Based on a celebrated Bengali novel by Advaita Malla Barman, A River Called Titas was filmed in Ghatak's childhood home of East Bengal shortly after the independence of Bangladesh. Overwhelmed by the changes in his native land, Ghatak made this, his penultimate feature film, as a grim recognition of the inevitability of change and the terrible cyclical power of loss and resurrection. As Ghatak unfolds the tragic tale of a couple separated by a kidnapping, he also delivers a lyrical account of the speech, rhythms and rituals of a Malo fishing community. It is perhaps Ghatak's most ambitious project - a raw and powerful tale of a drying river and a dying culture.

Set amongst Malo fishermen living by the Titash river, the story tells of a bride who is abducted by river bandits and is only reunited with her 'husband' many years later, after he has become mad and she has borne a child. Mixing romance, melodrama and passionate anger, the film is an epic depiction of the tragic lives of a small community.

An annihilating tale of a woman who sacrifices herself completely to provide for her uncaring family.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 24 September, 2009.


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