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Criterion Collection: Eclipse Series 40: Late Ray [Blu-ray]


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Ibsen Improved April 1 2014
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This review is for one of the three movies contained in this box set of DVDs: Satyajit Ray's 1989 adaptation and update of Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People." In Ray's late-career retelling, an Indian town's famous Hindu holy watering hole replace's Ibsen's health spa. Pollution there is endangering people with a sometimes fatal virus and the town doctor wants to warn the citizenry. At first, he is joined in his crusade by well-meaning journalists and intellectuals, but gradually all fall silent as clergy and constabulary trample all resistance. After all, the town's status as a leading pilgrimage center is at stake. With only the support of his wife and children, the good doctor is isolated and demonized and ultimately faces banishment. Ibsen's play drowns in a lot of pointless sermonizing. Ray's movie stays a compelling human drama from beginning to end. This is a highly relevant, powerful movie in an America where polls of certain regions in the throes of epidemic stupidity show the majority of people believe evolution is an atheist plot.
The Home and The World (spoilers)... July 14 2014
By Stacy Hackney (formerly customerS) - Published on Amazon.com
seemed more like a play than a movie. The husband is kindly and enlightened but I didn't understand him or his beautiful wife, or his sister in law. They seemed more like ideas than characters.
A collection of late movies by Satyajit ray June 10 2014
By Saikat Sen - Published on Amazon.com
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A must for any admirer of Satyajit Ray's film. A beautiful collection that I would cherish for a long time.

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