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  • Bijoya

    ★★★½

  • Let the Right One In

    ★★★★

  • Aadukalam

    ★★★½

  • The Green Mile

    ★★★★

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  • Aadukalam

    Aadukalam

    ★★★½

    The film is far from perfection but the raw unflniching narrative almost keeps you hooked ,although the romantic subplot is downright awful.It completely looks like another film during that time.Vetrimaaran's second collaboration with Dhanush boils with energy and passion,taking inspiration from "Amores perros" and "Cache'.The rooster fight scenes were meticulously executed ,but the film could have easily been trimmed twenty minutes short.Dhanush,Jayablan and Kishore Kumar G were excellent in the film.

  • Sin Nombre

    Sin Nombre

    ★★★★

    A marvelous debut from Fukunaga

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  • Through a Glass Darkly

    Through a Glass Darkly

    ★★★★

    Faith Trilogy part I:
    Bergman's portrayal of a woman's descent into madness and how it affects his family is an extensive exploration of the presence of God through Bicameral mind.
    The lead is suffering from several mental episodes where she claims to be governed by the voices of the god .Her perception of the world is obscure ,which is what happens when we look through a dark glass.She has conceived a world of herself where she is waiting for her…

  • Taste of Cherry

    Taste of Cherry

    ★★★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Kiarstomi perhaps has started filming this film to rationalise will to live and portray suicide as a futile event but throughout the course of filming he realises life and death cannot be defined .
    So he improvised the film,the ending speaks for it .He surrenders to audience as he couldn't come to a conclusion through the film.
    The last scene denies the audience an answer to what happened to the protagonist,it's not becuase Kiarstomi didn't want to give any but he couldn't even conclude himself the fate of protagonist.

    The honesty of the film is incomparable.