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Seberg review

Seberg (2019) tells the real life story surrounding young Hollywood star Jean Seberg and her surveillance by the FBI in the 1960s and 70s. Following her public support of (and donations to) the Black Panthers in the early 60s, Seberg… Continue Reading

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living the insanity in ‘The Lighthouse’

” Boredom makes men to villian” This is exactly what you feel when you watch The Lighthouse. The Lighthouse (2019) offers a different kind of thrill, something which hasn’t been seen in a while. There are so many things which… Continue Reading

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Yeh Ballet review

Within the few opening minutes of the new Netflix film Yeh Ballet (2020), director Sooni Taraporevala efficiently establishes the texture and underlying associations of the film. A stunning aerial view of the Mumbai-Worli sea link, a symbol of high privilege,… Continue Reading

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Thappad review

In Anubhav Sinha’s Thappad (2020), when Taapsee Pannu’s Amrita covers her face a moment after she is slapped by her husband, there is an almost deafening silence. She glances sideways to check who had seen her in that instant, and… Continue Reading

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What makes Korean horrors so terrifying

“If you are looking for a happy ending, you won’t find one here.” That’s the warning every Korean horror movie should come with. Sheer, morbid curiosity about the craft, is what makes a person delve into this band of horror.… Continue Reading

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Abyakto review

Abyakto (2020) traces a relationship marred by a failure in communication. Director Arjunn Dutta takes an essential spoke of a subject, doesn’t say anything quite new but uses a remarkably fresh treatment to deliver an ambient, richly moody cinematic experience.… Continue Reading

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The Voice of the Camera

What does it take to make a movie scene effective? Is it only the actors and the dialogues or there are other aspects too? The way cinema is perceived as an art of storytelling it takes more than just the… Continue Reading

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Ten Movies that celebrate ‘unconventional’ love

Rising above the romantic genre clichés filmmakers have now advanced to explore more about love and complicated relationships. Talking about cinema, it has changed a lot over years and will continue to change as we progress. One such thing that… Continue Reading

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