Category: On Cinema

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Dogtooth (Greek, 2009)

  “Your Children are not your children. They are sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself. They come through you but not from you, and though they are with you yet they belong not...






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The Martian (2015)

    Ridley Scott’s last few outings weren’t worth remembering (though they rang the bells in the box office). But this time, with ‘The Martian’ it’s indeed his comeback. The film is gonna certainly remind...






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“Sans Soleil” – A Unique Audio-visual Experience

Internationally acclaimed French film-maker Alain Resnais (“Hiroshima mon Amour”, “Last Year at Marienbad”) once called the mystic and prophetic film-maker Chris Marker as an ‘alien’. It is not because Marker had inhuman-like physical attributes; it’s...






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36-24-36 (Bangladeshi, 2013)

      Bangladesh a country largely known for textile works accompanied with the pathetic conditions of the industry’s workers has come up with this insightful and debate provoking documentary 36-24-36 by Bratto Amin. It...






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Corn Island – A Marvelous Minimalist Cinema

Georgian films and movies set in the Caucasus Mountain villages of the former Soviet Republic are gaining prominence in the festival circuits. Gritty coming-of-age tale “In Bloom” (2013), darkly humorous drama “Street Days” (2010) and...






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Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

  The Mad Max trilogy took Australian cinema to the international audience in the late Seventies to the Eighties. Through this franchise the Writer, Director George Miller sketched an ultra violent apocalyptic landscape that took...