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In 1920, Jaidev Verma is a famous poet who lives the life of a loner as he is unable to meet the love of his life, Smriti. They got to know each other through an exchange of letters and slowly fall in love. One day, Jaidev receives a letter informing him that Smriti had died by an accident. Now his sister Karuna is the only support system that keeps him motivated. One day Jaidev finds an unconscious girl near a lake and brings her home. After gaining consciousness, she is unable to remember anything from her past life except Jaidev's poems. Karuna becomes skeptical of her presence in the house and gets even more so when the keeper of the cemetery warns them of an evil spirit inside her.

The horror of love, and beauty of residual evil is fully explored in this intense film. Thrillers produced in India have worldwide appeal. This ominous story is no exception. Filmed in the Hindi language, this movie packs notions of artistic angst, sordid passion, the collision of real life with the supernatural, and the daring sentiments of acclaimed Director Bhushan Patel. Amar (Shared Kelker) is an up-and-coming poet and writer venturing into his own brand of artistic experimentation. The goal is a higher understanding of human nature and emotion. On his lonely path to awareness he meets a mysterious and beautiful woman (Vicky Ahuja) with a host of troubles. Amar pampers her and checks her into a hospital for treatment. As the hours unfold, the woman becomes a host herself. She begins an unexpected dance with a demonic entity who gives Amar more to ponder and experience than he ever intended.

Where to Watch 1920: Evil Returns1920: Evil Returns is available to watch, stream, download and on demand at Amazon Prime UK. Some platforms allow you to rent 1920: Evil Returns for a limited time or purchase the movie and download it to your device.

Vikram Bhatt has emerged the most successful brand in the horror genre. In fact, it won't be erroneous to state that what Karan Johar is to candy floss, Vikram Bhatt is to horror. If one looks at Vikram's body of work, the talented storyteller has taken upon himself to petrify and frighten the moviegoers over and over again. RAAZ, 1920, SHAAPIT, HAUNTED, DANGEROUS ISHHQ, RAAZ 3... now 1920 - EVIL RETURNS. This time, of course, Vikram hands over the directorial reins to Bhushan Patel.

1920 - EVIL RETURNS may be Bhushan's first tryst at directing a movie, but the director knows the grammar of film-making right. His handling of the terrifying moments is the best part of the enterprise. Note the sequence soon after the interval or the long-drawn climax and you'll realize that Bhushan knows what he's talking about.

35 THE AMBIGUOUS NAZARENE IN LORD JIM By Dudley Flamm (St. Olaf College) The statement that Jim is "one of us" rings through Lord JIm. (It appears no less than ten times, inclusive of Conrad's pointed use of It In his prefatory Author's Note.) Even Its most obvious meanings are multiple. JIm, like Marlow, Is a seaman, an Englishman , a gentleman, a white man, a Christian, a human being. Shadowing Marlow's claim on Jim's kinship are the more oblique expressions of the many other characters who would wish to claim JIm as one of their own - the Patna crew, Brlerly, Chester, Stein, Brown, Tamb Itam and Jewel. It Is this bargaining, as It were, for JIm that makes the novel, In Albert Guerard's words, "a story of sympathies, projections, empathies . . . and loyalties" (gonrad the Novelist [Cambridge, Maes, 1958], p. 147). Nevertheless , It is Marlow who plays upon the use of the actual words "one of us" and who does so most often In a context suggesting that "we" are no better than JIm- nor he better than us. We share his weakness as well as his strength; we, too, have sinned In our time. Despite the amount of detailed criticism of this novel, scant attention has been given to the Biblical reference implicit in the phrase "one of us," or to the way in which this allusion to the Fall and to the Judeo

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