The Bong Connection (2006)
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its a film that reflects the “bong” spirit. its like on one hand you see loads of beer-bellied people just drinking for the heck of it and then there’s this guy who wants to find a meaning to his life. the film made me question my so-called love for my culture.i guess now i really appreciate the culture that has been handed down.and though i may hate the communist-minded people i like the spirit.
i love shayan’s character. because it takes a lot of guts to set out on a journey to discover yourself. most of us just remain stuck in the rigmarole of life.
i like the director’s conception of the idea.also victor banerjee’s character provides an insight into the kind of people “available” in the world.
the best is perhaps the songs.paagla hawa is the best as its been remixed to suit our needs-the needs of the young generation and yet that need to make us realize the richness of our culture remains.i don’t know whether its a deliberate attempt or not.but it sure serves the purpose.
the film has its share of laughs and is an interesting watch.
Directed by Anjan Dutt. With Mir Afsar Ali, Travis Ammons, Victor Banerjee, Samrat Chakrabarti. The film is based on the lives of Bengali’s across the world, especially on those settled abroad. It attempts to delineate the pain and dilemma of Bengali’s estranged from their places of origin. It seeks to explore sensitive souls singing to the tunes of Tagore.