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Court (2015) 1080p YIFY Movie

Court (2015) 1080p

When an aging activist is arrested, the lives of the accused, the lawyers, and the judge intertwine to reveal bigotry that underscores the judicial system.

IMDB: 7.70 Likes

  • Genre: Drama |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.86G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 116
  • IMDB Rating: 7.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 17

The Synopsis for Court (2015) 1080p

A sewerage worker's dead body is found inside a manhole in Mumbai. An ageing folk singer is tried in court on charges of abetment of suicide. He is accused of performing an inflammatory song which might have incited the worker to commit the act. As the trial unfolds, the personal lives of the lawyers and the judge involved in the case are observed outside the court.

The Director and Players for Court (2015) 1080p

[Director]Chaitanya Tamhane
[Role:]Geetanjali Kulkarni
[Role:]Vivek Gomber
[Role:]Vira Sathidar

The Reviews for Court (2015) 1080p

You have to struggle to openly speak the truthReviewed bysubhojitpaul21Vote: 10/10

Watched the movie on Netflix yesterday. It was absolutely brilliant.

Although the story was slow paced and felt like it is just showing the daily activities of a person, actually it showed the true nature of a society.

Chaitanya Tamhane explained very well in the movie - How people differentiate and dislike each other by caste and culture. If a person wants the same rights, he has to struggle and fight against the society. When it comes to resolving the conflicts, the process of government is slow and boring. Some people may sympathize with your purpose, but most of them will not and will try hard to stop you.

I read in the trivia that some actors were non-professional. But they performed very well and Chaitanya Tamhane made sure to make them look as real as possible.

Indian 'Justice'Reviewed byrudi-16796Vote: 7/10

Court is a penetratingly realistic, documentary-like depiction of the very slow and labyrinthine proceedings of the Indian justice system, of the lives of the protagonists and about Indian society at large. There is the absurd, trumped-up charge, the woman prosecutor's crazy logic based partly on outdated, 19th century colonial laws, the biased and ignorant police, the corrupt stock-witness for the prosecution and the fearful, uneducated country woman witness for the defense. The well-intended defense lawyer tries to be reasonable in court. At home he needs to escape from his mother's archaic attitudes and his father's emotionally remote rationalisations, finding relief listening to cool jazz in the privacy of his quiet, air-conditioned car and distraction with other Western ways, such as wine, European cheeses and drinking with friends in up-market bars. He is caught in these conflicting worlds of a polarized society. The effects of pervasive poverty on the underprivileged characters is consistently ignored by plaintiff and judge. Through ignorance and lethargy pretexts are created by the system and some of the professionals to trap defendants in never-ending detentions, often for years, for political reasons. The law is an ass and is applied with a myopic view by the judge, tempered by ambition, laziness and greed, covering up in turn malpractice and sluggishness by State authorities and companies thereby maintaining a miserable stale mate. I experience moments of despondence at the slow and corrupt churning of those wheels of justice. But, there is the Gandhian resilience, patience and stubborn persistence of the accused.

An Ultra-Realistic Take on Indian JudiciaryReviewed byCIDMoosaVote: 8/10

Court - Expecting a genre flick like 12 Angry Men, A few good men or even Abibhashakante Case Diary or Jolly LLB would be too much to ask for if you're expecting any typical elements of the ritual court room drama genres like grand orations, surprise witnesses, edge of the seat arguments or the good-wins-over-evil fallacy from this brilliantly made movie, which I could summarize as an 'anti-courtroom' drama about our country's legal system. The movie shows us less than intelligent middle class everyday people as the important sessions judge, prosecutor or the inspector, subtle references being cast on their mundane lives or incapabilities for their position (sometimes even amateurish) , which largely works because of the brutally honest casting of newcomers and non-professional actors. A sewerage worker's dead body is found inside a manhole in Mumbai. An ageing folk singer is tried in court on charges of abetment of suicide. He is accused of performing an inflammatory song which might have incited the worker to commit the act. As the trial unfolds, a mundane, sluggish and redundant face of the land's judicial system is exposed; the endless trials, misplaced documents and incompetent individuals making the cases crawl on for decades! The entire movie was deliberately slow-paced it seems to bring out the helplessness of the involved people and sometimes making a mockery of the system in itself. The deafening silence throughout the movie with no dramatics or emotions whatsoever adds to this blunt satire element on the age-old customary/colonial laws existing in the state. That said, being the official entry from India under foreign language film for the Academy Award 2016, its no wonder that the majority of international reviews have conveniently praised the film for its UAPA references, politically motivated oppressions or the intolerant nature of country in hushing any activist/vocalists , regardless of the government at helm. Nevertheless, completely disregarding the film makers political stance or correctiveness , the movie is brutally honest and well made that it drives home the point of ineffective judiciary effectively and silently at multiple levels! A must watch for all movie lovers and yet another well made Marathi film I've stumbled up-on!

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