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Part road movie, part spectacle, part drama, Monsoon is Sturla Gunnarsson's meditation on chaos, creation and faith, set in the land of believers. The subject is the monsoon, the ... See full summary »

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Sturla Gunnarsson
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Amitabh Bachchan ... Scene from Manzil
Moushumi Chatterjee ... Herself
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Part road movie, part spectacle, part drama, Monsoon is Sturla Gunnarsson's meditation on chaos, creation and faith, set in the land of believers. The subject is the monsoon, the incomparably vast weather system that permeates and unifies the varied culture of India, shaping the conditions of existence for its billion inhabitants. Written by Toronto International Film Festival

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France | Canada | India

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English

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September 2014 (Canada) See more »

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India

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Intuitive Pictures See more »
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2.35 : 1
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Good watch for those who love the monsoon....
22 July 2015 | by SharathSee all my reviews

Good documentary with brilliant cinematography. I had gone to the cinema with 1 objective which was to watch the Indian monsoon coupled with the 4K magic on the big screen. That mission was surely served well.

The music was good as well and complemented the stories being told.

The composer has made good use of 'ragas' to accentuate the scenes. Also including my favorite rain song-'Rhimzhim Gire saawan' was the best part.

Monsoon as a season has lots of memories associated for everyone, I would say and this documentary sent me back to my childhood days.....

There were some real characters in the documentary with the Meteorological director trying to explain the reasons which will make you laugh as well as wonder!!! Also the 'orange haired' person who overrules the MET department forecast to lay bets on the arrival of the rain make interesting watching.

This is a sure watch, especially sitting indoors in the ongoing Monsoon season with a hot cup-pa tea!!!


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