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  • Baksa Badal (1970)

    Suitcases of Amita and psychiatrist Dr. Pratulya get exchanged when they are travelling from Calcutta to Siliguri.

  • The Wizard of Oz (1939)

    The Wizard of Oz” is adapted from L. Frank Baum's novel. The story is about a Kansas girl, Dorothy, and her journey over the window.

  • Lolita (1997)

    Humbert Humbert, a British professor decides to shift to the US to teach. He rents a room at Charlotte Haze's house and ends up falling in love with her 14-year old daughter, Lolita.

  • Chhutir Ghonta (1980)

    Based on a true story, a beloved 12-year old schoolboy from Niligiri mistakenly gets locked in the school's washroom by the caretaker.

  • The Class (2008)

    A teacher begins a school with high hopes of being liked by his students, only to find out that they do not share the same viewpoints as him.

  • Only Fools and Horses (1981 - 2003)

    Only Fools and Horses is a British television sitcom created and written by John Sullivan. Seven series were originally broadcast on BBC One in the United Kingdom from 1981 to 1991, with nine periodic Christmas specials until its end in 2003.

  • The Child (2005)

    A young couple finds a new source of money through their newborn son, after having living off the woman's income.

  • Mr. Bean (1990 - 1995)

    The character is described by the actor himself, Rowan Atkinson, as “a child in a grown man's body”, which sums up the true essence of the show.

  • The Fresh Prince of Bel Air (1990 – 1996)

    The Fresh Prince of Bel Air is an American TV sitcom that was initially aired from September 1990 to May 1996. The series had a total of six seasons and aired 148 episodes.

  • Underground (1995)

    Underground (1995)

    The story of two underground weapons manufacturer in Belgrade during World War II and the struggles they face during and after the war.

  • Roseanne (1988–1997)

    Set in the small town of Lanford Illinois, the show follows The Conners, a working class family with a humorous backbone, through the trials of: life, marriage, raising a family, and making ends meet.

  • Union Pacific (1939)

    In 1862, Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads compete westward across the wilderness toward California.

  • All That Jazz (1979)

    Director/choreographer Bob Fosse tells his own life story as he details the sordid life of Joe Gideon, a womanizing, drug-using dancer.

  • Apocalypse Now (1979)

    During the Vietnam War, Captain Willard is sent on a dangerous mission into Cambodia to assassinate a renegade colonel who has set himself up as a god among a local tribe.

  • The Tree of Wooden Clogs (1978)

    The life inside a farm in Italy at the beginning of the century.

  • Padre Padrone (1977)

    Padre Padrone (1977)

    The true story of the life of Gavino Ledda, the son of a Sardinian shepherd, and how he managed to escape his harsh, almost barbaric existence by slowly educating himself, despite violent opposition from his brutal father.

  • The Birds, the Bees and the Italians (1966)

    An anthology film which is a comedy that presents three storylines, all set in the Italian town of Treviso.

  • A Man and a Woman (1966)

    A man and a woman meet by accident on a Sunday evening at their childrens' boarding school.

  • The Knack and How to Get It (1965)

    Desperate to improve his luck with women, London schoolteacher Colin enlists Tolen, a consummate lady-killer. He tries to help Colin get Nancy, but ends up whisking her away on his motorcycle instead, and Colin is determined to get her back.

  • The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)

    A young girl separated from her lover by war faces a life altering decision.

  • The Turning Point (1945)

    An absorbing account of the Battle of Stalingrad and the trying circumstances in which the soldiers fought, setting stage for the battle with the highest bloodshed in the history of warfare.

  • CHILD 44

    A disgraced member of the military police investigates a series of nasty child murders during the Stalin-era Soviet Union.