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The story of a prince who escapes his destiny, the prison of his mind. He lands on a fascist island and incites women to revolt. A psychedelic fantasy about destiny and humanity, social control and Utopian revolution.
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Well, considering the rubbish that is churned out by Prosenjit and MLA Fatakeshto gang, Bishh is thousand times better. The cinematography, editing and music was really good ! I agree that the story was weak and could have been more emotional, but hey, haven't we seen worse films ? Why don't we give new Bengali cinema a chance ? Why as a race are we so overly critical ? What works of cinema have we produced post Ray that we can call world class ? Bishh is not perfect, but such small, independent low budget films need to be supported for the future... At least someone is trying to do something different. Instead of being so overly critical of regional cinema we should support it and help it to reach the status it once enjoyed in the past days of Uttam Kumar, Satyajit Ray and Riwik Ghatak !!
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