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The Goddess (DEVI) Signature Collection of Satyajit Ray (DVD Video with English Subtitles)

The Goddess (DEVI) Signature Collection of Satyajit Ray (DVD Video with English Subtitles)

The Goddess (DEVI) Signature Collection of Satyajit Ray (DVD Video with English Subtitles)

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Satyajit Roy
Big Music and Home Entertainment (2008)

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The Film is set in 1860 at Chandipur, in rural Bengal. Doyamoyee(Sharmila Tagore) and her husband Umaprasad(Soumitra chatterjee) live with his elder brother (Purnendu Mukherjee), his wife (Karuna Banerjee) and wealthy father, Kalikinkar Roy (chhabi Biswas).

Kalikinkar Roy, the patriarch, is an againg widower. He is a respected landlord and a devote of the Hindu goddess, Kali. Umaprasad, Doyamoyee's husband, is away to study in calcutta. She looks after her old father-in-law. She has a soft corner for her nephew Khoka, with whom she enjoys a fond relationship.

Roy has a revelation in a dream that his daughter-in-law Doyamoyee is an incarnation of the goddess Kali. He insisits she be worshiped. Then, a dying child is placed at her feet and he is miraculously cured. As the news spreads, the aged sick and the poor come in hundreds, seeking cures and comfort. As Doyamoyee's husband Umaprasad learns about the events, he returns home to her rescue. Umaprasad attacks the tradition and tries to reason with his father and tells him that he has gone insame. The father is unmoved. To him, the miracle cure demonstrates the truth of the his beliefs.

Umaprasad tries to take her away, but to his surprise finds that she too has become convinced of her divine status. Doyamoyee's nephew, Khoka, falls ill and is placed in her care. The child dies for lack of medical treatment in her arms. Her husband tries again to persuade her but it is too late. The child's death has shatterd her. Doyamoyee, the proclaimed goddess has gone mad. As he calls her, she is seen running away into a field and vanishing into the mist.

Subrata mitra
Producer.....................................................................................................Satyajit Roy Productions
Screenplay & Directions.....................................................................................................Satyajit Roy
Based On The Story .....................................................................................................Devi by Prabhat Kumar Mukherjee
Cinematography.....................................................................................................
Editing.....................................................................................................Dulal Dutta
Art Direction.....................................................................................................Bansi Chandragupta
Sound.....................................................................................................Durgad as Mitra
Music.....................................................................................................Ustad Ali Akbar Khan


Language:
Bengali
Subtitles:
English
Dolby Digital
Stereo
Genre:
Classical/Drama
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