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Ein Fluß namens Titash

Titash Ekti Nadir Naam

Indien, Bangladesch, 1973

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Based on the acclaimed novel by Advaita Malla Barman, and shot in Ghatak’s childhood home of East Bengal shortly after the independence of Bangladesh, the film captures the songs, speech, rituals, and rhythms of a once self-sufficient community and culture swept away.

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Ein Fluß namens Titash Regie Ritwik Ghatak
Leaping forward in time without signposts and continually wandering off on pointless digressions, the film is somehow both overly plotted (coincidences and conveniences abound) and dramatically shapeless, with its lauded anticipation of “hyperlink” cinema—abrupt shifts in focus from one character to another—often coming across as random.
January 08, 2014
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The most ambitious film in [Criterion’s World Cinema Project box set] is Bengali filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak’s A River Called Titas… Dynamic and rich, Ghatak’s visual style is simply gorgeous and the storytelling here is dense and layered. I found some of the choices in pacing to be noticeably awkward, but that doesn’t hinder the sheer beauty on display here too much.
December 29, 2013
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Ritwik Ghatak’s direction of A River Called Titas, is less tightly coiled [than A River Called Titas], more meditative, an appropriate approach for a film preoccupied with the existential concerns of a gallery of characters living along the shores of the film’s namesake river.
December 18, 2013
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