[Virginia] Movie – 1971 Shei Shob Din
Bioskope Films is thrilled to announce the screening of the recently released film “1971 Shei Shob Din” at Cinema Arts Theater. Don’t miss out on this cinematic gem that sheds light on a crucial period in Bangladesh’s history and has the potential to resonate with audiences across different backgrounds. Buy the ticket and reserve your seats now and be part of this significant impact in both the realm of entertainment and historical education.
- Start Date & Time: November 5, 2023, 4:15 PM
- Location: Cinema Arts Theatres, 9650 Main St, Fairfax, VA 22031
- Google reviews: 4.5/5 from 473 reviews
About the Film: “1971 Shei Shob Din” is a riveting tale of middle-class families amidst the Bangladesh Liberation War. The film unfolds the lives of two middle-class families intricately woven with the events of the Liberation War in 1971. Directed by Hridi Huq, this film is a remarkable debut that explores the nuanced stories of Bangladesh’s Liberation War, a scarcely explored theme in cinema.
Full Cast & Crew:
- Directed by: Hridi Haq
- Cast (in credits order):
- Ferdous Ahmed as Sanju
- Anisur Rahman Milon as Kamal
- Litu Anam
- Abdun Noor Shajal
- Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
- Tanjika Amin
- Jayanto Chattopadhyay
- Lucky Enam
- Hridi Haq
- Abul Hayat
- Sanjida Preeti
- Mamunur Rashid
- Sara Zaker
- Produced by: Lucky Enam
- Sound Department:
- Tapas Haldar as foley artist
Cast & Performance: The film features an exceptional cast including Sanjida Preeti, Tareen, Litu Anam, Anisur Rahman Milon, Nazia Haque Orsha, Moushumi Hamid, Jayanto Chattopadhyay, Sonia Hossain, Ferdous, Shajal, and Sazu Khadem. Each actor delivers an impactful performance that leaves a lasting impression on the audience.
Music: The musical score by Devjyoti Mishra complements the storytelling, with songs like “Jachchho Kothay” offering a soothing yet impactful journey through the film’s narrative.
Critical Acclaim: The film has received critical acclaim for its meticulous storytelling, heartfelt performances, and the director’s grandiose portrayal of war scenes. The film avoids sensationalizing weaponry and instead focuses on the emotions and struggles of those affected by the war.