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It is said there’s nothing crueller, than a life snatched away in its prime. But what would one say about the fate of a soul, a consciousness, trapped in that grey zone between the structure of life, and the release of death. One may never know what it goes through, but for those that surround…
Mumbai-based director Bidyut Kotoky’s Assamese film Xhoixobote Dhemalite (Rainbow Fields) is one of those movies that come across as so deeply personal that you are certain that the events unfolding on the big screen must be, in one way or the other, autobiographical in nature. The autobiographical elements are not difficult to spot with the…
Pratima Joshi’s debut feature film is a faithful adaptation of acclaimed writer Gauri Deshpande’s heartwarming short story.
Debutante director Dnyanesh Zoting’s ambitious effort falls short of becoming an engaging watch.
Phantom Thread is a quintessential Paul Thomas Anderson work – an exquisitely crafted, densely layered film which cannot really be confined to one genre.
Thanks Sanjay Leela Bhansali for continuing to have the ability to make such aesthetic crap, complete with incense and a generous smattering of sindoor and gold.