Product Tag - Pakistan

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    Torn (2013)

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    Torn (2013)

    Two families bond when their teenage sons are killed in an explosion at a suburban mall only to discover one of their children is the prime suspect.

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    These Birds Walk (2013)

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    These Birds Walk (2013)

    The Edhi children’s shelter is a rare safe haven for Karachi’s runaways. Over three years, its cranky founder, a spirited child, and a gold-hearted ambulance driver are filmed, creating a tender portrait of where a city’s most vulnerable and dedicated souls meet.

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    Armaan (2013)

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    Armaan (2013)

    Armaan (Urdu: ارمان‎) is a 2013 Pakistani romantic drama film directed by Anjum Shahzad. The film is a remake of the same name released in 1966, which starred Waheed Murad and Zeba.[2] The film is produced by Tarang Housefull, Abdullah Kadwani and 7th Sky Entertainment. Film stars Fawad Khan, Aamina Sheikh, Vasay Chaudhry and Mahnoor Khan. Fawad Khan and Aamina Sheikh won Tarang Housefull Awards for Best On Screen Couple.

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    Drone (2014)

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    Drone (2014)

    DRONE is a documentary about the covert CIA drone war. Through voices on both sides of this new technology, DRONE reveals crucial information about the drone war in Pakistan and offers unique insights into the nature of drone warfare.

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    Maya (2015)

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    Maya (2015)

    It’s based on a true story. A group of friends go to a deserted place for a vacation and get stuck there. While away, they reveal a dark secret from the past and face a curse.

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    Dekh Magar Pyaar Say (2015)

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    Dekh Magar Pyaar Say (2015)

    Annie, who lives a life of make-believe, meets Billa, an ambitious and quick-witted rickshaw driver, and an unforgettable journey begins.

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    A Journey of a Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers (2015)

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    A Journey of a Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers (2015)

    A Journey of a Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers acquaints us with the personal side a United Nations peacekeeping mission in the wake of Haiti’s devastating 2010 earthquake.

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    Ho Mann Jahaan (2016)

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    Ho Mann Jahaan (2016)

    The story is about friendship of three friends born out of shared experiences, passion for music and aspiration for fame. The film is also a reflection of the current dichotomy that exists in society where we talk of free will but readily accept conformity. Parents impose restrictions and dictate terms, because they love their children but at times don’t understand them.

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    Maalik (2016)

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    Maalik (2016)

    The story of Maalik has four principal tracks. A family that escapes from the ravages of the Soviet war in Afghanistan and its fallout on the bordering villages of Pakistan to settle in Karachi. A SSG officer who undergoes a personal tragedy and starts a private security company (Black Ops Pvt. Ltd) in Karachi. His SSG colleagues keep joining the company on their retirements. An idealist school master who suffers greatly under a cruel Feudal lord and settles in Karachi and finally the Feudal Lord who becomes the Chief Minister and unleashes a reign of terror on all that cross his path.

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    Aksbandh (2016)

    It is a story of five young filmmakers who suddenly disappear while shooting in the woods near Drigh Lake Larakana in January 2014. A week later their camera was found containing details about what happened to them.

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    The Day Shall Dawn (1959)

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    The Day Shall Dawn (1959)

    The great Indian filmmaker Satyajit Ray excelled in Chekhovian portraiture, imaginatively bringing to life the foibles, hopes, and vices of ordinary people. Until the reemergence of Day Shall Dawn at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, few Westerners were familiar with the similarly humanist work of Aaejay Kardar or, for that matter, with 1950s Pakistani cinema more generally. At the time of its premiere in 1958, Day Shall Dawn seemed to herald a new kind of filmmaking in Pakistan, a strangely intoxicating mix of melodrama and Neorealism. But Kardar and his screenwriter, the poet Faiz Ahmad Faiz, were branded as communist enemies of the country’s new military dictatorship. And though their film—the deceptively simple story of a fisherman who dreams of owning his own boat on the Meghna River in Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan)—was filled with melancholy and comical touches, their depiction of a poor fishing community being shaken down by greedy loan sharks proved too incendiary.

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    Zarqa (1969)

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    Zarqa (1969)

    This movie is about Palestinian liberation movement against Israel.

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