Between coming and going || Labor Of Love
First of all let me say that this movie is a bible for those who want to work with cinematography. This movie will give you the ability to judge ten more movies.
At the beginning of the movie, a newsreader behind the black screen tells the story of a tumultuous time in Kolkata where many workers lost their jobs and vandalized offices, the constant rise in prices in the market, It has affected the middle class society more.
The plaster then enters a dazzling world through the view of the falling wall. Where husband and wife are both employees. The wife works as a supervisor in a bag factory and the husband is a printing worker. One's day shift is the other's night shift. One enters the house and the other leaves. One side of the bed is regularly empty.
When I went to see the movie, I kept thinking that these are the stories of our daily life, but strangely, they have never been touched in such a way. Director Vikram Aditya Sengupta has highlighted every subtle thing so wonderfully. I am watching each scene and I think I knew it was so beautiful too!
Depositing retail money in an earthen bank, looking for a fish in a kanko, sleeping in the afternoon, missing a wife by looking in the mirror, trying to cheat a shopkeeper on a beard, sewing kantha in the leisure of a traditional Bengali woman, all of a sudden Showed for once I didn't think it was Vikram Aditya's first work.
The most surprising thing is that the movie is without dialogue but the funny thing is that you will not notice that there is no dialogue between them. The movie has been done with so much care, every scene speaks for itself.
Ritwik Chakraborty is riding his bicycle to work. Geeta Dutt's famous song "Tumi Yeh Amar Ogo Tumi Yeh Amar" is playing in the background. What a horrible sight!
The story of our daily struggle between rice and pulses, salt and oil. Where in the hardest hustle and bustle of life, two people keep their fingers on their fingers and walk on the sidewalk wearing sari Punjabi. There is so much time to come and go. Even then, without any complaint, they accepted the small life with a smile. They have learned to love by wearing a safety pin every day as a rule. The complex calculations of Give and Take remind us that this movie is probably love or not.
Ritwik Chakraborty is standing on the verandah with a cup of tea in his hand. I was shocked to think that love can be taken care of so much in a short time between coming and going!
The film has won several other awards, including the 72nd National Film Award.
Soumitra Chatterjee said in an interview about the movie, "At that time, when we started working, the way the movie was made, Ray-Ritvik-Mrinal used to take to the streets and catch the pulse of the Bengalis. This movie was made by Vikram Aditya Sengupta." Every scene is so touching that it really brings tears to my eyes. ”