In 1947 when the maps of India and Pakistan were being drawn, an oversight ensured that the village of Paglapur didn't find a place in either country. The village had the distinction of ... See full summary »
Diyva and Karan Saxena are in love and plan to marry. Karan has a younger step-brother, Vivek Saxena who he looks after him as though he were his own brother. Divya and Vivek hang out with ... See full summary »
After the train hits the car, we see the parents sitting in the train -- on the left side of the train (with the window on their left). Then the father sticks his head out of the window, where he is seen by his son. But the son is on the RIGHT side of the train. See more »
This bottom of the barrel film slag disappoints and confuses at every possible chance, from the horrendous bland plot, campy and stupid villains, effects and generally unlikable protagonists matched with abysmal writing this films starts slow and only looses moment as the audience is fighting to retain any interest. The story follows young Max played by the charming as always Toran Caudell who becomes lost on a trip to Peru and finds himself in danger as he tries to find his way back with the help of the native Juanito played to sweet perfection by Victor Rojas whose performance resonates the same raw passion for film you would expect after seeing the iconic It Could Happen to You. And despite these film juggernauts the movie still shuffles along at a snails pace and is peppered with the painfully poor performances of the rest of the cast whose lack of enthusiasm just kills any immersion and predictable sometimes cringe-worthy plot filled with close calls and lame coincidences. The films only real strong point is the beautiful and sometimes jarringly serene setting. I would advise you skip this film unless you are a huge scenery buff and even then there are various other, better films that I'm sure will leave a better taste in your mouth, 4 out of 10
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