(Satyajit Ray, 1955). Three years in the making, the masterpiece that launched Satyajit Rays career tells a story, but its less a linear narrative than a series of rhyming incidents set in the cruel Eden of a Bengali village. Meals are prepared, entertainers come to town, the wind moves in the trees, people diethe movie is a serene heart breaker.
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