Sunday, February 24, 2019

Pita (2012) Bangladeshi Film review

Pita is a Bangladeshi liberation war film story, screenplay written and directed by Masud Akhand in 2012. It is starred by Joynto Chattopadhyay, Kolyan Koraya, Shaina Amin, Upoma, Moin Durrani, Shamima Najnin, Juwel, Niaz Morshed, Eshan, Aura, Anjumand Ara bakul, Ibrahim, Suvoray, Masud Akhand, Bonya Mirza and many. The cinematographer of the film is Saiful Sahin and art directors are Emon Saha and Ershad Wahid. Pita (The Father) (2012) is a Bangladeshi film based on Bangladesh liberation war occurred in 1971 directed by Masud Akhand. It's his first film. It is a full length film. But he has also directed a short documentary in 2013 named "Sllave Queen". It's also a famous documentary about child sex trade in Bangladesh. His next film is "Bangla Dreams" (2019). Bangla Dreams is also a documentary film.    Main Theme: During the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, a father did his best to save his children from the Pak military.     Plot Summary:  The film story spans over only two days. Chhoyani village has no radio. So, the people of the village don’t get any heinous message of Dhaka. So, they cannot know the situation of liberation war. At the time of arrival of Pakistani Military in the village, Jalil, a father and a blacksmith informs this to his adopted father and goes in meeting. Bipin is very worried when he hears the news of violence in a market and decides to leave the village for India. But his son Sharat is very hopeful, doesn’t want to leave the village and leaves the meeting saying that he will fight against Military and never leave the country. Next day, Pakistani Military attacks in the village. A lot of villagers are killed by the Military with the help of Bangladeshi collaborators. Jalil somehow saves his life as well as his children. But Military takes his daughter and some other young women away. Jalil follows Military Jeep with swords and knives to bring back his daughter. He becomes successful strategically to save his daughter and the women through guerrilla war.    Description:  There are many liberation war films in Bangladesh for example; Guerrilla (2011), Ora Egaro Jon (1972) and many. From this perspective, the film story is very important and I feel the film is good for its screenplay. The film expresses a normal story and a definite event only. So, we cannot get the main climax of our liberation war in this film and others too. I think what the scholars and audiences want in such a way, the directors cannot show it properly or fully. But the movie Pita has expressed/showed a definite event of our liberation war. I think the film making style of ‘Pita’ is nice specially its story, music and others.    Analysis:  In this section two points are important. One is formal technique and the other is thematic content. At first I want to say about formal techniques of the film. For example; it’s cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, lighting, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, genre or its narrative story. I think I did not get any glamorous or extra ordinary creativity in cinematography. Its cinematography is very simple. Especially the shot divisions are very simple. There is camera movement but there are no creative or variations in shot divisions in cinematography. Mise-en-scene is the arrangement of the scenery and props. Here I like the scenery and props arrangements but they are not too meaningful with our liberation with the perspective of history. Lighting is good. I think the sound or background music is very attractive. It is nice to me. When first, I hear the sound score. I felt it will be very nice if the music is default in the movie. I got the reality till the ending. It is a very attractive sound. I saw its genre’ It is drama and war. But I think it will be under drama. Because though the story is of 1971 or of our liberation war, but the point of view is not nicely presented according to the history. I like its narrative story, dialogues but in some places background sound effect is misbehaving. Editing style is common here. I think it is editing style fault.  The second point is thematic content for example history, race, gender, sexuality, class or the environment. It is not historical film. But it is history related. The film cannot express history importantly. And the subject or events of two days are showed here. Jalil is the powerful man in this village. But he and his children are only Muslims and all the villagers are Hindus. Here male and female genders are important though in Bangladeshi culture male characters are more powerful that has been showed here. In a word the whole environment has been balanced with class, gender, race and sexuality.    Conclusion:   The film story is about our liberation war. We did not see liberation war but remember about the theme of our liberation war. Ours people have brought victory through many small and big events. But in the film only one event is showed. I want to tell the readers that if they do not watch the movie, must watch it to understand about our liberation war and why we hate the Pakistani Military and the collaborators.
Pita (2012) Film Poster
Pita is a Bangladeshi liberation war film story, screenplay written and directed by Masud Akhand in 2012. It is starred by Joynto Chattopadhyay, Kolyan Koraya, Shaina Amin, Upoma, Moin Durrani, Shamima Najnin, Juwel, Niaz Morshed, Eshan, Aura, Anjumand Ara bakul, Ibrahim, Suvoray, Masud Akhand, Bonya Mirza and many. The cinematographer of the film is Saiful Sahin and art directors are Emon Saha and Ershad Wahid. Pita (The Father) (2012) is a Bangladeshi film based on Bangladesh liberation war occurred in 1971 directed by Masud Akhand. It's his first film. It is a full length film. But he has also directed a short documentary in 2013 named "Sllave Queen". It's also a famous documentary about child sex trade in Bangladesh. His next film is "Bangla Dreams" (2019). Bangla Dreams is also a documentary film. 

Pita is a Bangladeshi liberation war film story, screenplay written and directed by Masud Akhand in 2012. It is starred by Joynto Chattopadhyay, Kolyan Koraya, Shaina Amin, Upoma, Moin Durrani, Shamima Najnin, Juwel, Niaz Morshed, Eshan, Aura, Anjumand Ara bakul, Ibrahim, Suvoray, Masud Akhand, Bonya Mirza and many. The cinematographer of the film is Saiful Sahin and art directors are Emon Saha and Ershad Wahid. Pita (The Father) (2012) is a Bangladeshi film based on Bangladesh liberation war occurred in 1971 directed by Masud Akhand. It's his first film. It is a full length film. But he has also directed a short documentary in 2013 named "Sllave Queen". It's also a famous documentary about child sex trade in Bangladesh. His next film is "Bangla Dreams" (2019). Bangla Dreams is also a documentary film.    Main Theme: During the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, a father did his best to save his children from the Pak military.     Plot Summary:  The film story spans over only two days. Chhoyani village has no radio. So, the people of the village don’t get any heinous message of Dhaka. So, they cannot know the situation of liberation war. At the time of arrival of Pakistani Military in the village, Jalil, a father and a blacksmith informs this to his adopted father and goes in meeting. Bipin is very worried when he hears the news of violence in a market and decides to leave the village for India. But his son Sharat is very hopeful, doesn’t want to leave the village and leaves the meeting saying that he will fight against Military and never leave the country. Next day, Pakistani Military attacks in the village. A lot of villagers are killed by the Military with the help of Bangladeshi collaborators. Jalil somehow saves his life as well as his children. But Military takes his daughter and some other young women away. Jalil follows Military Jeep with swords and knives to bring back his daughter. He becomes successful strategically to save his daughter and the women through guerrilla war.    Description:  There are many liberation war films in Bangladesh for example; Guerrilla (2011), Ora Egaro Jon (1972) and many. From this perspective, the film story is very important and I feel the film is good for its screenplay. The film expresses a normal story and a definite event only. So, we cannot get the main climax of our liberation war in this film and others too. I think what the scholars and audiences want in such a way, the directors cannot show it properly or fully. But the movie Pita has expressed/showed a definite event of our liberation war. I think the film making style of ‘Pita’ is nice specially its story, music and others.    Analysis:  In this section two points are important. One is formal technique and the other is thematic content. At first I want to say about formal techniques of the film. For example; it’s cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, lighting, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, genre or its narrative story. I think I did not get any glamorous or extra ordinary creativity in cinematography. Its cinematography is very simple. Especially the shot divisions are very simple. There is camera movement but there are no creative or variations in shot divisions in cinematography. Mise-en-scene is the arrangement of the scenery and props. Here I like the scenery and props arrangements but they are not too meaningful with our liberation with the perspective of history. Lighting is good. I think the sound or background music is very attractive. It is nice to me. When first, I hear the sound score. I felt it will be very nice if the music is default in the movie. I got the reality till the ending. It is a very attractive sound. I saw its genre’ It is drama and war. But I think it will be under drama. Because though the story is of 1971 or of our liberation war, but the point of view is not nicely presented according to the history. I like its narrative story, dialogues but in some places background sound effect is misbehaving. Editing style is common here. I think it is editing style fault.  The second point is thematic content for example history, race, gender, sexuality, class or the environment. It is not historical film. But it is history related. The film cannot express history importantly. And the subject or events of two days are showed here. Jalil is the powerful man in this village. But he and his children are only Muslims and all the villagers are Hindus. Here male and female genders are important though in Bangladeshi culture male characters are more powerful that has been showed here. In a word the whole environment has been balanced with class, gender, race and sexuality.    Conclusion:   The film story is about our liberation war. We did not see liberation war but remember about the theme of our liberation war. Ours people have brought victory through many small and big events. But in the film only one event is showed. I want to tell the readers that if they do not watch the movie, must watch it to understand about our liberation war and why we hate the Pakistani Military and the collaborators.
A Frame From Pita (2012)

Main Theme: During the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, a father did his best to save his children from the Pak military. 

Pita is a Bangladeshi liberation war film story, screenplay written and directed by Masud Akhand in 2012. It is starred by Joynto Chattopadhyay, Kolyan Koraya, Shaina Amin, Upoma, Moin Durrani, Shamima Najnin, Juwel, Niaz Morshed, Eshan, Aura, Anjumand Ara bakul, Ibrahim, Suvoray, Masud Akhand, Bonya Mirza and many. The cinematographer of the film is Saiful Sahin and art directors are Emon Saha and Ershad Wahid. Pita (The Father) (2012) is a Bangladeshi film based on Bangladesh liberation war occurred in 1971 directed by Masud Akhand. It's his first film. It is a full length film. But he has also directed a short documentary in 2013 named "Sllave Queen". It's also a famous documentary about child sex trade in Bangladesh. His next film is "Bangla Dreams" (2019). Bangla Dreams is also a documentary film.    Main Theme: During the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, a father did his best to save his children from the Pak military.     Plot Summary:  The film story spans over only two days. Chhoyani village has no radio. So, the people of the village don’t get any heinous message of Dhaka. So, they cannot know the situation of liberation war. At the time of arrival of Pakistani Military in the village, Jalil, a father and a blacksmith informs this to his adopted father and goes in meeting. Bipin is very worried when he hears the news of violence in a market and decides to leave the village for India. But his son Sharat is very hopeful, doesn’t want to leave the village and leaves the meeting saying that he will fight against Military and never leave the country. Next day, Pakistani Military attacks in the village. A lot of villagers are killed by the Military with the help of Bangladeshi collaborators. Jalil somehow saves his life as well as his children. But Military takes his daughter and some other young women away. Jalil follows Military Jeep with swords and knives to bring back his daughter. He becomes successful strategically to save his daughter and the women through guerrilla war.    Description:  There are many liberation war films in Bangladesh for example; Guerrilla (2011), Ora Egaro Jon (1972) and many. From this perspective, the film story is very important and I feel the film is good for its screenplay. The film expresses a normal story and a definite event only. So, we cannot get the main climax of our liberation war in this film and others too. I think what the scholars and audiences want in such a way, the directors cannot show it properly or fully. But the movie Pita has expressed/showed a definite event of our liberation war. I think the film making style of ‘Pita’ is nice specially its story, music and others.    Analysis:  In this section two points are important. One is formal technique and the other is thematic content. At first I want to say about formal techniques of the film. For example; it’s cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, lighting, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, genre or its narrative story. I think I did not get any glamorous or extra ordinary creativity in cinematography. Its cinematography is very simple. Especially the shot divisions are very simple. There is camera movement but there are no creative or variations in shot divisions in cinematography. Mise-en-scene is the arrangement of the scenery and props. Here I like the scenery and props arrangements but they are not too meaningful with our liberation with the perspective of history. Lighting is good. I think the sound or background music is very attractive. It is nice to me. When first, I hear the sound score. I felt it will be very nice if the music is default in the movie. I got the reality till the ending. It is a very attractive sound. I saw its genre’ It is drama and war. But I think it will be under drama. Because though the story is of 1971 or of our liberation war, but the point of view is not nicely presented according to the history. I like its narrative story, dialogues but in some places background sound effect is misbehaving. Editing style is common here. I think it is editing style fault.  The second point is thematic content for example history, race, gender, sexuality, class or the environment. It is not historical film. But it is history related. The film cannot express history importantly. And the subject or events of two days are showed here. Jalil is the powerful man in this village. But he and his children are only Muslims and all the villagers are Hindus. Here male and female genders are important though in Bangladeshi culture male characters are more powerful that has been showed here. In a word the whole environment has been balanced with class, gender, race and sexuality.    Conclusion:   The film story is about our liberation war. We did not see liberation war but remember about the theme of our liberation war. Ours people have brought victory through many small and big events. But in the film only one event is showed. I want to tell the readers that if they do not watch the movie, must watch it to understand about our liberation war and why we hate the Pakistani Military and the collaborators.
Pita (2012) Bangladeshi Film review 


Plot Summary:
The film story spans over only two days. Chhoyani village has no radio. So, the people of the village don’t get any heinous message of Dhaka. So, they cannot know the situation of liberation war. At the time of arrival of Pakistani Military in the village, Jalil, a father and a blacksmith informs this to his adopted father and goes in meeting. Bipin is very worried when he hears the news of violence in a market and decides to leave the village for India. But his son Sharat is very hopeful, doesn’t want to leave the village and leaves the meeting saying that he will fight against Military and never leave the country. Next day, Pakistani Military attacks in the village. A lot of villagers are killed by the Military with the help of Bangladeshi collaborators. Jalil somehow saves his life as well as his children. But Military takes his daughter and some other young women away. Jalil follows Military Jeep with swords and knives to bring back his daughter. He becomes successful strategically to save his daughter and the women through guerrilla war.

Pita is a Bangladeshi liberation war film story, screenplay written and directed by Masud Akhand in 2012. It is starred by Joynto Chattopadhyay, Kolyan Koraya, Shaina Amin, Upoma, Moin Durrani, Shamima Najnin, Juwel, Niaz Morshed, Eshan, Aura, Anjumand Ara bakul, Ibrahim, Suvoray, Masud Akhand, Bonya Mirza and many. The cinematographer of the film is Saiful Sahin and art directors are Emon Saha and Ershad Wahid. Pita (The Father) (2012) is a Bangladeshi film based on Bangladesh liberation war occurred in 1971 directed by Masud Akhand. It's his first film. It is a full length film. But he has also directed a short documentary in 2013 named "Sllave Queen". It's also a famous documentary about child sex trade in Bangladesh. His next film is "Bangla Dreams" (2019). Bangla Dreams is also a documentary film.    Main Theme: During the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, a father did his best to save his children from the Pak military.     Plot Summary:  The film story spans over only two days. Chhoyani village has no radio. So, the people of the village don’t get any heinous message of Dhaka. So, they cannot know the situation of liberation war. At the time of arrival of Pakistani Military in the village, Jalil, a father and a blacksmith informs this to his adopted father and goes in meeting. Bipin is very worried when he hears the news of violence in a market and decides to leave the village for India. But his son Sharat is very hopeful, doesn’t want to leave the village and leaves the meeting saying that he will fight against Military and never leave the country. Next day, Pakistani Military attacks in the village. A lot of villagers are killed by the Military with the help of Bangladeshi collaborators. Jalil somehow saves his life as well as his children. But Military takes his daughter and some other young women away. Jalil follows Military Jeep with swords and knives to bring back his daughter. He becomes successful strategically to save his daughter and the women through guerrilla war.    Description:  There are many liberation war films in Bangladesh for example; Guerrilla (2011), Ora Egaro Jon (1972) and many. From this perspective, the film story is very important and I feel the film is good for its screenplay. The film expresses a normal story and a definite event only. So, we cannot get the main climax of our liberation war in this film and others too. I think what the scholars and audiences want in such a way, the directors cannot show it properly or fully. But the movie Pita has expressed/showed a definite event of our liberation war. I think the film making style of ‘Pita’ is nice specially its story, music and others.    Analysis:  In this section two points are important. One is formal technique and the other is thematic content. At first I want to say about formal techniques of the film. For example; it’s cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, lighting, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, genre or its narrative story. I think I did not get any glamorous or extra ordinary creativity in cinematography. Its cinematography is very simple. Especially the shot divisions are very simple. There is camera movement but there are no creative or variations in shot divisions in cinematography. Mise-en-scene is the arrangement of the scenery and props. Here I like the scenery and props arrangements but they are not too meaningful with our liberation with the perspective of history. Lighting is good. I think the sound or background music is very attractive. It is nice to me. When first, I hear the sound score. I felt it will be very nice if the music is default in the movie. I got the reality till the ending. It is a very attractive sound. I saw its genre’ It is drama and war. But I think it will be under drama. Because though the story is of 1971 or of our liberation war, but the point of view is not nicely presented according to the history. I like its narrative story, dialogues but in some places background sound effect is misbehaving. Editing style is common here. I think it is editing style fault.  The second point is thematic content for example history, race, gender, sexuality, class or the environment. It is not historical film. But it is history related. The film cannot express history importantly. And the subject or events of two days are showed here. Jalil is the powerful man in this village. But he and his children are only Muslims and all the villagers are Hindus. Here male and female genders are important though in Bangladeshi culture male characters are more powerful that has been showed here. In a word the whole environment has been balanced with class, gender, race and sexuality.    Conclusion:   The film story is about our liberation war. We did not see liberation war but remember about the theme of our liberation war. Ours people have brought victory through many small and big events. But in the film only one event is showed. I want to tell the readers that if they do not watch the movie, must watch it to understand about our liberation war and why we hate the Pakistani Military and the collaborators.
Pita (2012) Bangladeshi Film review
Description:
There are many liberation war films in Bangladesh for example; Guerrilla (2011), Ora Egaro Jon (1972) and many. From this perspective, the film story is very important and I feel the film is good for its screenplay. The film expresses a normal story and a definite event only. So, we cannot get the main climax of our liberation war in this film and others too. I think what the scholars and audiences want in such a way, the directors cannot show it properly or fully. But the movie Pita has expressed/showed a definite event of our liberation war. I think the film making style of ‘Pita’ is nice specially its story, music and others.

Pita is a Bangladeshi liberation war film story, screenplay written and directed by Masud Akhand in 2012. It is starred by Joynto Chattopadhyay, Kolyan Koraya, Shaina Amin, Upoma, Moin Durrani, Shamima Najnin, Juwel, Niaz Morshed, Eshan, Aura, Anjumand Ara bakul, Ibrahim, Suvoray, Masud Akhand, Bonya Mirza and many. The cinematographer of the film is Saiful Sahin and art directors are Emon Saha and Ershad Wahid. Pita (The Father) (2012) is a Bangladeshi film based on Bangladesh liberation war occurred in 1971 directed by Masud Akhand. It's his first film. It is a full length film. But he has also directed a short documentary in 2013 named "Sllave Queen". It's also a famous documentary about child sex trade in Bangladesh. His next film is "Bangla Dreams" (2019). Bangla Dreams is also a documentary film.    Main Theme: During the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, a father did his best to save his children from the Pak military.     Plot Summary:  The film story spans over only two days. Chhoyani village has no radio. So, the people of the village don’t get any heinous message of Dhaka. So, they cannot know the situation of liberation war. At the time of arrival of Pakistani Military in the village, Jalil, a father and a blacksmith informs this to his adopted father and goes in meeting. Bipin is very worried when he hears the news of violence in a market and decides to leave the village for India. But his son Sharat is very hopeful, doesn’t want to leave the village and leaves the meeting saying that he will fight against Military and never leave the country. Next day, Pakistani Military attacks in the village. A lot of villagers are killed by the Military with the help of Bangladeshi collaborators. Jalil somehow saves his life as well as his children. But Military takes his daughter and some other young women away. Jalil follows Military Jeep with swords and knives to bring back his daughter. He becomes successful strategically to save his daughter and the women through guerrilla war.    Description:  There are many liberation war films in Bangladesh for example; Guerrilla (2011), Ora Egaro Jon (1972) and many. From this perspective, the film story is very important and I feel the film is good for its screenplay. The film expresses a normal story and a definite event only. So, we cannot get the main climax of our liberation war in this film and others too. I think what the scholars and audiences want in such a way, the directors cannot show it properly or fully. But the movie Pita has expressed/showed a definite event of our liberation war. I think the film making style of ‘Pita’ is nice specially its story, music and others.    Analysis:  In this section two points are important. One is formal technique and the other is thematic content. At first I want to say about formal techniques of the film. For example; it’s cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, lighting, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, genre or its narrative story. I think I did not get any glamorous or extra ordinary creativity in cinematography. Its cinematography is very simple. Especially the shot divisions are very simple. There is camera movement but there are no creative or variations in shot divisions in cinematography. Mise-en-scene is the arrangement of the scenery and props. Here I like the scenery and props arrangements but they are not too meaningful with our liberation with the perspective of history. Lighting is good. I think the sound or background music is very attractive. It is nice to me. When first, I hear the sound score. I felt it will be very nice if the music is default in the movie. I got the reality till the ending. It is a very attractive sound. I saw its genre’ It is drama and war. But I think it will be under drama. Because though the story is of 1971 or of our liberation war, but the point of view is not nicely presented according to the history. I like its narrative story, dialogues but in some places background sound effect is misbehaving. Editing style is common here. I think it is editing style fault.  The second point is thematic content for example history, race, gender, sexuality, class or the environment. It is not historical film. But it is history related. The film cannot express history importantly. And the subject or events of two days are showed here. Jalil is the powerful man in this village. But he and his children are only Muslims and all the villagers are Hindus. Here male and female genders are important though in Bangladeshi culture male characters are more powerful that has been showed here. In a word the whole environment has been balanced with class, gender, race and sexuality.    Conclusion:   The film story is about our liberation war. We did not see liberation war but remember about the theme of our liberation war. Ours people have brought victory through many small and big events. But in the film only one event is showed. I want to tell the readers that if they do not watch the movie, must watch it to understand about our liberation war and why we hate the Pakistani Military and the collaborators.
Pita (2012) Bangladeshi Film review

Analysis:
In this section two points are important. One is formal technique and the other is thematic content. At first I want to say about formal techniques of the film. For example; it’s cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, lighting, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, genre or its narrative story. I think I did not get any glamorous or extra ordinary creativity in cinematography. Its cinematography is very simple. Especially the shot divisions are very simple. There is camera movement but there are no creative or variations in shot divisions in cinematography.

Pita is a Bangladeshi liberation war film story, screenplay written and directed by Masud Akhand in 2012. It is starred by Joynto Chattopadhyay, Kolyan Koraya, Shaina Amin, Upoma, Moin Durrani, Shamima Najnin, Juwel, Niaz Morshed, Eshan, Aura, Anjumand Ara bakul, Ibrahim, Suvoray, Masud Akhand, Bonya Mirza and many. The cinematographer of the film is Saiful Sahin and art directors are Emon Saha and Ershad Wahid. Pita (The Father) (2012) is a Bangladeshi film based on Bangladesh liberation war occurred in 1971 directed by Masud Akhand. It's his first film. It is a full length film. But he has also directed a short documentary in 2013 named "Sllave Queen". It's also a famous documentary about child sex trade in Bangladesh. His next film is "Bangla Dreams" (2019). Bangla Dreams is also a documentary film.    Main Theme: During the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, a father did his best to save his children from the Pak military.     Plot Summary:  The film story spans over only two days. Chhoyani village has no radio. So, the people of the village don’t get any heinous message of Dhaka. So, they cannot know the situation of liberation war. At the time of arrival of Pakistani Military in the village, Jalil, a father and a blacksmith informs this to his adopted father and goes in meeting. Bipin is very worried when he hears the news of violence in a market and decides to leave the village for India. But his son Sharat is very hopeful, doesn’t want to leave the village and leaves the meeting saying that he will fight against Military and never leave the country. Next day, Pakistani Military attacks in the village. A lot of villagers are killed by the Military with the help of Bangladeshi collaborators. Jalil somehow saves his life as well as his children. But Military takes his daughter and some other young women away. Jalil follows Military Jeep with swords and knives to bring back his daughter. He becomes successful strategically to save his daughter and the women through guerrilla war.    Description:  There are many liberation war films in Bangladesh for example; Guerrilla (2011), Ora Egaro Jon (1972) and many. From this perspective, the film story is very important and I feel the film is good for its screenplay. The film expresses a normal story and a definite event only. So, we cannot get the main climax of our liberation war in this film and others too. I think what the scholars and audiences want in such a way, the directors cannot show it properly or fully. But the movie Pita has expressed/showed a definite event of our liberation war. I think the film making style of ‘Pita’ is nice specially its story, music and others.    Analysis:  In this section two points are important. One is formal technique and the other is thematic content. At first I want to say about formal techniques of the film. For example; it’s cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, lighting, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, genre or its narrative story. I think I did not get any glamorous or extra ordinary creativity in cinematography. Its cinematography is very simple. Especially the shot divisions are very simple. There is camera movement but there are no creative or variations in shot divisions in cinematography. Mise-en-scene is the arrangement of the scenery and props. Here I like the scenery and props arrangements but they are not too meaningful with our liberation with the perspective of history. Lighting is good. I think the sound or background music is very attractive. It is nice to me. When first, I hear the sound score. I felt it will be very nice if the music is default in the movie. I got the reality till the ending. It is a very attractive sound. I saw its genre’ It is drama and war. But I think it will be under drama. Because though the story is of 1971 or of our liberation war, but the point of view is not nicely presented according to the history. I like its narrative story, dialogues but in some places background sound effect is misbehaving. Editing style is common here. I think it is editing style fault.  The second point is thematic content for example history, race, gender, sexuality, class or the environment. It is not historical film. But it is history related. The film cannot express history importantly. And the subject or events of two days are showed here. Jalil is the powerful man in this village. But he and his children are only Muslims and all the villagers are Hindus. Here male and female genders are important though in Bangladeshi culture male characters are more powerful that has been showed here. In a word the whole environment has been balanced with class, gender, race and sexuality.    Conclusion:   The film story is about our liberation war. We did not see liberation war but remember about the theme of our liberation war. Ours people have brought victory through many small and big events. But in the film only one event is showed. I want to tell the readers that if they do not watch the movie, must watch it to understand about our liberation war and why we hate the Pakistani Military and the collaborators.
Pita (2012) Bangladeshi Film review

 Mise-en-scene is the arrangement of the scenery and props. Here I like the scenery and props arrangements but they are not too meaningful with our liberation with the perspective of history. Lighting is good. I think the sound or background music is very attractive. It is nice to me. When first, I hear the sound score. I felt it will be very nice if the music is default in the movie. I got the reality till the ending. It is a very attractive sound. I saw its genre’ It is drama and war. But I think it will be under drama. Because though the story is of 1971 or of our liberation war, but the point of view is not nicely presented according to the history. I like its narrative story, dialogues but in some places background sound effect is misbehaving. Editing style is common here. I think it is editing style fault.

Pita is a Bangladeshi liberation war film story, screenplay written and directed by Masud Akhand in 2012. It is starred by Joynto Chattopadhyay, Kolyan Koraya, Shaina Amin, Upoma, Moin Durrani, Shamima Najnin, Juwel, Niaz Morshed, Eshan, Aura, Anjumand Ara bakul, Ibrahim, Suvoray, Masud Akhand, Bonya Mirza and many. The cinematographer of the film is Saiful Sahin and art directors are Emon Saha and Ershad Wahid. Pita (The Father) (2012) is a Bangladeshi film based on Bangladesh liberation war occurred in 1971 directed by Masud Akhand. It's his first film. It is a full length film. But he has also directed a short documentary in 2013 named "Sllave Queen". It's also a famous documentary about child sex trade in Bangladesh. His next film is "Bangla Dreams" (2019). Bangla Dreams is also a documentary film.    Main Theme: During the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, a father did his best to save his children from the Pak military.     Plot Summary:  The film story spans over only two days. Chhoyani village has no radio. So, the people of the village don’t get any heinous message of Dhaka. So, they cannot know the situation of liberation war. At the time of arrival of Pakistani Military in the village, Jalil, a father and a blacksmith informs this to his adopted father and goes in meeting. Bipin is very worried when he hears the news of violence in a market and decides to leave the village for India. But his son Sharat is very hopeful, doesn’t want to leave the village and leaves the meeting saying that he will fight against Military and never leave the country. Next day, Pakistani Military attacks in the village. A lot of villagers are killed by the Military with the help of Bangladeshi collaborators. Jalil somehow saves his life as well as his children. But Military takes his daughter and some other young women away. Jalil follows Military Jeep with swords and knives to bring back his daughter. He becomes successful strategically to save his daughter and the women through guerrilla war.    Description:  There are many liberation war films in Bangladesh for example; Guerrilla (2011), Ora Egaro Jon (1972) and many. From this perspective, the film story is very important and I feel the film is good for its screenplay. The film expresses a normal story and a definite event only. So, we cannot get the main climax of our liberation war in this film and others too. I think what the scholars and audiences want in such a way, the directors cannot show it properly or fully. But the movie Pita has expressed/showed a definite event of our liberation war. I think the film making style of ‘Pita’ is nice specially its story, music and others.    Analysis:  In this section two points are important. One is formal technique and the other is thematic content. At first I want to say about formal techniques of the film. For example; it’s cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, lighting, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, genre or its narrative story. I think I did not get any glamorous or extra ordinary creativity in cinematography. Its cinematography is very simple. Especially the shot divisions are very simple. There is camera movement but there are no creative or variations in shot divisions in cinematography. Mise-en-scene is the arrangement of the scenery and props. Here I like the scenery and props arrangements but they are not too meaningful with our liberation with the perspective of history. Lighting is good. I think the sound or background music is very attractive. It is nice to me. When first, I hear the sound score. I felt it will be very nice if the music is default in the movie. I got the reality till the ending. It is a very attractive sound. I saw its genre’ It is drama and war. But I think it will be under drama. Because though the story is of 1971 or of our liberation war, but the point of view is not nicely presented according to the history. I like its narrative story, dialogues but in some places background sound effect is misbehaving. Editing style is common here. I think it is editing style fault.  The second point is thematic content for example history, race, gender, sexuality, class or the environment. It is not historical film. But it is history related. The film cannot express history importantly. And the subject or events of two days are showed here. Jalil is the powerful man in this village. But he and his children are only Muslims and all the villagers are Hindus. Here male and female genders are important though in Bangladeshi culture male characters are more powerful that has been showed here. In a word the whole environment has been balanced with class, gender, race and sexuality.    Conclusion:   The film story is about our liberation war. We did not see liberation war but remember about the theme of our liberation war. Ours people have brought victory through many small and big events. But in the film only one event is showed. I want to tell the readers that if they do not watch the movie, must watch it to understand about our liberation war and why we hate the Pakistani Military and the collaborators.
Pita (2012) Bangladeshi Film review


The second point is thematic content for example history, race, gender, sexuality, class or the environment. It is not historical film. But it is history related. The film cannot express history importantly. And the subject or events of two days are showed here. Jalil is the powerful man in this village. But he and his children are only Muslims and all the villagers are Hindus. Here male and female genders are important though in Bangladeshi culture male characters are more powerful that has been showed here. In a word the whole environment has been balanced with class, gender, race and sexuality.

Pita is a Bangladeshi liberation war film story, screenplay written and directed by Masud Akhand in 2012. It is starred by Joynto Chattopadhyay, Kolyan Koraya, Shaina Amin, Upoma, Moin Durrani, Shamima Najnin, Juwel, Niaz Morshed, Eshan, Aura, Anjumand Ara bakul, Ibrahim, Suvoray, Masud Akhand, Bonya Mirza and many. The cinematographer of the film is Saiful Sahin and art directors are Emon Saha and Ershad Wahid. Pita (The Father) (2012) is a Bangladeshi film based on Bangladesh liberation war occurred in 1971 directed by Masud Akhand. It's his first film. It is a full length film. But he has also directed a short documentary in 2013 named "Sllave Queen". It's also a famous documentary about child sex trade in Bangladesh. His next film is "Bangla Dreams" (2019). Bangla Dreams is also a documentary film.    Main Theme: During the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, a father did his best to save his children from the Pak military.     Plot Summary:  The film story spans over only two days. Chhoyani village has no radio. So, the people of the village don’t get any heinous message of Dhaka. So, they cannot know the situation of liberation war. At the time of arrival of Pakistani Military in the village, Jalil, a father and a blacksmith informs this to his adopted father and goes in meeting. Bipin is very worried when he hears the news of violence in a market and decides to leave the village for India. But his son Sharat is very hopeful, doesn’t want to leave the village and leaves the meeting saying that he will fight against Military and never leave the country. Next day, Pakistani Military attacks in the village. A lot of villagers are killed by the Military with the help of Bangladeshi collaborators. Jalil somehow saves his life as well as his children. But Military takes his daughter and some other young women away. Jalil follows Military Jeep with swords and knives to bring back his daughter. He becomes successful strategically to save his daughter and the women through guerrilla war.    Description:  There are many liberation war films in Bangladesh for example; Guerrilla (2011), Ora Egaro Jon (1972) and many. From this perspective, the film story is very important and I feel the film is good for its screenplay. The film expresses a normal story and a definite event only. So, we cannot get the main climax of our liberation war in this film and others too. I think what the scholars and audiences want in such a way, the directors cannot show it properly or fully. But the movie Pita has expressed/showed a definite event of our liberation war. I think the film making style of ‘Pita’ is nice specially its story, music and others.    Analysis:  In this section two points are important. One is formal technique and the other is thematic content. At first I want to say about formal techniques of the film. For example; it’s cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, lighting, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, genre or its narrative story. I think I did not get any glamorous or extra ordinary creativity in cinematography. Its cinematography is very simple. Especially the shot divisions are very simple. There is camera movement but there are no creative or variations in shot divisions in cinematography. Mise-en-scene is the arrangement of the scenery and props. Here I like the scenery and props arrangements but they are not too meaningful with our liberation with the perspective of history. Lighting is good. I think the sound or background music is very attractive. It is nice to me. When first, I hear the sound score. I felt it will be very nice if the music is default in the movie. I got the reality till the ending. It is a very attractive sound. I saw its genre’ It is drama and war. But I think it will be under drama. Because though the story is of 1971 or of our liberation war, but the point of view is not nicely presented according to the history. I like its narrative story, dialogues but in some places background sound effect is misbehaving. Editing style is common here. I think it is editing style fault.  The second point is thematic content for example history, race, gender, sexuality, class or the environment. It is not historical film. But it is history related. The film cannot express history importantly. And the subject or events of two days are showed here. Jalil is the powerful man in this village. But he and his children are only Muslims and all the villagers are Hindus. Here male and female genders are important though in Bangladeshi culture male characters are more powerful that has been showed here. In a word the whole environment has been balanced with class, gender, race and sexuality.    Conclusion:   The film story is about our liberation war. We did not see liberation war but remember about the theme of our liberation war. Ours people have brought victory through many small and big events. But in the film only one event is showed. I want to tell the readers that if they do not watch the movie, must watch it to understand about our liberation war and why we hate the Pakistani Military and the collaborators.
Pita (2012) Bangladeshi Film review
Conclusion:

The film story is about our liberation war. We did not see liberation war but remember about the theme of our liberation war. Ours people have brought victory through many small and big events. But in the film only one event is showed. I want to tell the readers that if they do not watch the movie, must watch it to understand about our liberation war and why we hate the Pakistani Military and the collaborators. 




Pita is a Bangladeshi liberation war film story, screenplay written and directed by Masud Akhand in 2012. It is starred by Joynto Chattopadhyay, Kolyan Koraya, Shaina Amin, Upoma, Moin Durrani, Shamima Najnin, Juwel, Niaz Morshed, Eshan, Aura, Anjumand Ara bakul, Ibrahim, Suvoray, Masud Akhand, Bonya Mirza and many. The cinematographer of the film is Saiful Sahin and art directors are Emon Saha and Ershad Wahid. Pita (The Father) (2012) is a Bangladeshi film based on Bangladesh liberation war occurred in 1971 directed by Masud Akhand. It's his first film. It is a full length film. But he has also directed a short documentary in 2013 named "Sllave Queen". It's also a famous documentary about child sex trade in Bangladesh. His next film is "Bangla Dreams" (2019). Bangla Dreams is also a documentary film.    Main Theme: During the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, a father did his best to save his children from the Pak military.     Plot Summary:  The film story spans over only two days. Chhoyani village has no radio. So, the people of the village don’t get any heinous message of Dhaka. So, they cannot know the situation of liberation war. At the time of arrival of Pakistani Military in the village, Jalil, a father and a blacksmith informs this to his adopted father and goes in meeting. Bipin is very worried when he hears the news of violence in a market and decides to leave the village for India. But his son Sharat is very hopeful, doesn’t want to leave the village and leaves the meeting saying that he will fight against Military and never leave the country. Next day, Pakistani Military attacks in the village. A lot of villagers are killed by the Military with the help of Bangladeshi collaborators. Jalil somehow saves his life as well as his children. But Military takes his daughter and some other young women away. Jalil follows Military Jeep with swords and knives to bring back his daughter. He becomes successful strategically to save his daughter and the women through guerrilla war.    Description:  There are many liberation war films in Bangladesh for example; Guerrilla (2011), Ora Egaro Jon (1972) and many. From this perspective, the film story is very important and I feel the film is good for its screenplay. The film expresses a normal story and a definite event only. So, we cannot get the main climax of our liberation war in this film and others too. I think what the scholars and audiences want in such a way, the directors cannot show it properly or fully. But the movie Pita has expressed/showed a definite event of our liberation war. I think the film making style of ‘Pita’ is nice specially its story, music and others.    Analysis:  In this section two points are important. One is formal technique and the other is thematic content. At first I want to say about formal techniques of the film. For example; it’s cinematography, editing, mise-en-scene, lighting, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, genre or its narrative story. I think I did not get any glamorous or extra ordinary creativity in cinematography. Its cinematography is very simple. Especially the shot divisions are very simple. There is camera movement but there are no creative or variations in shot divisions in cinematography. Mise-en-scene is the arrangement of the scenery and props. Here I like the scenery and props arrangements but they are not too meaningful with our liberation with the perspective of history. Lighting is good. I think the sound or background music is very attractive. It is nice to me. When first, I hear the sound score. I felt it will be very nice if the music is default in the movie. I got the reality till the ending. It is a very attractive sound. I saw its genre’ It is drama and war. But I think it will be under drama. Because though the story is of 1971 or of our liberation war, but the point of view is not nicely presented according to the history. I like its narrative story, dialogues but in some places background sound effect is misbehaving. Editing style is common here. I think it is editing style fault.  The second point is thematic content for example history, race, gender, sexuality, class or the environment. It is not historical film. But it is history related. The film cannot express history importantly. And the subject or events of two days are showed here. Jalil is the powerful man in this village. But he and his children are only Muslims and all the villagers are Hindus. Here male and female genders are important though in Bangladeshi culture male characters are more powerful that has been showed here. In a word the whole environment has been balanced with class, gender, race and sexuality.    Conclusion:   The film story is about our liberation war. We did not see liberation war but remember about the theme of our liberation war. Ours people have brought victory through many small and big events. But in the film only one event is showed. I want to tell the readers that if they do not watch the movie, must watch it to understand about our liberation war and why we hate the Pakistani Military and the collaborators.
Pita (2012) Bangladeshi Film review

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