*"Jibon Theke Neya" which simply means "Experience Taken from Life" is a Classic Political Satire of Bangladesh, Written and Directed by the Great Author, Director and Wordsmith Zahir Raihan. Released in 1970, It is a Satire Based on the Bengali Language Movement under the Rule of Pakistan Govt. metaphorically. In that time It was a Brave attempt by Zahir Raihan to make this Film which Stirred the whole Nation and He also faced many Difficulties during the Release of the Film.
*It's a History/Drama Movie. The Plot is set in the Backdrop of the 1952 Language Movement. A Household, Where an Autocratic Bad-tempered Woman who represents the Tyrannical Leader of Pakistan, Controls everybody in the House, including Her Husband, Brothers and the Servants who repesents the General people of the Country. When the Brothers Get married the Situation Becomes more Problematic over Having Control of the family by Having the Keys of the House. Where Outside of the House, the People of East-Pakistan Rise in Political Protest to Make Bangla recognised as one of the State Languages. Parallelly Inside the House, the Members also Raise their Voice against the Tyrannical Woman. The Plot is very Interesting and Smart. It is Mix of Great Plot and Awesome acting by the Actors, with a Bit of Comedy and Drama. Towards the End It also Has some Great Courtroom Drama.
*The Actors, Razzak, Anowar Hossain, Khan Ataur Rahman, Rawshan Jamil, Amjad Hossain, Baby Zaman, Shuchonda, Shawkat Akbar, Rosy Samad etc. all are Great and Legendary actors from Bangladesh. They all did a very Great job, Specially Rawshan Jamil as the Tyrannical Woman and Khan Ataur Rahman as Her Husband. Razzak and Anowar Hossain's Characters are The Face of the Revolution in the Movie.
*The Director Zahir Raihan is My Favorite Writer. He is also a Great Director and Directed Some great Films like Kancher Deyal, Sangam, Behula etc. And Notable Documentary Film Stop Genocide.
*The Music of the Movie is Legendary which was the Credit of Khan Ataur Rahman. Several Songs that were used in the Movie, Which were later gave the Inspiration and Energy to the Mukti Bahini Fighting the Liberation War of Bangladesh. The Songs were "Amar Bhaier Rokte Rangano (My Brother's Blood Spattered)" - Which was Based on The Language Movement. "Karar Oi Louho Kopat (Those Iron Gates of Prison)" - A poem by the National Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam turned to Song. "Amar Shonar Bangla (My Golden Bengal)" - A Rabindranath Tagore Song which was Later used As the Bangladeshi National Anthem. That's how Monumental the songs of the Movie is. Also the other songs are Great too, "E Khacha Vangbo ami Kemon kore (How will I Break this Cage)" - A great metaphorical song about the situation of the family members in the household. "Eki Sonar Aloy (In Golden Light)" - A great romantic song. The Singers were also Great.
*The only Problem of this Movie is It's a very Old Film and It is not Well-Preserved. It should be Well Preserved for the Modern Viewers to Watch and Enjoy.
*Well, This Film is my One of the Favorite. It is also the Best Film ever made on the 1952 Language Movement and Arguably the Best Film ever Made in Bangladesh.