My first Satyajit Ray’s movie. It’s brilliant. Watched this movie after listening to A.F.Matthew’s talk. This movie is about a lady with unattending husband. This movie is adapted from story, 'The broken Nest.' written by Rabindranath Tagore. I’m amazed by the kind of cinematography and the music they got back in 1960s. It’s brilliant. With limited techniques, if they could pull out such, I’m sure we can do a lot and more progressive cinema these days.
I’m going to be conscious of all the movies I’ll watch from now. Can’t afford to waste time on terrible movies I find on OTT platforms.