A mentally fucked up woman contemplating on what to watch and what to write half of the time.
The only two people who loved Matsuko in her life were her sister and Best-friend. Men did her dirty. Every single one of them. Her life was a tragedy, she went through hell. She smiled like a bright star, she was clumsy, unhappy but she always gave.
There's so much of bright neon pops, idiosyncratic characters, outrageous costumes, broadway like production design and music that doesn't sync with the scenes in here. But at the core there is an impressive…
I am in a fucking sobbing mess and I haven't stopped like its been over three hours since I finished watching this. I couldn't write anything then and I am unable to gather words even now. I'm a mommy's girl so this hit me like a bullet train, even harder. Every single relationship in this story is beautiful. My eyes overflowed like a broken tank during that sign language scene especially. Terminal Illness is a melodramatic trope done to death,…
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This film is a dangerous Anti-abortion propaganda. You can't burden a women emotionally indirectly forcing her to take a decision of having the baby and mask her decisions under 'her choice' with an overload of drama and emotions to wash off your hands. To top it placing the story in a rural area (again stereotyping). I wish the writer atleast watched Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always once before writing this pro-life nonsense. Kriti Sanon was just okay, I mean I was…
Karnan was a great watch. Mari Selvaraj did it again, this time taking at a real time incident based Kodiyankulam, Tamil Nadu. Santosh Narayanan's score and Theni Eswar's cinematography are as heroic as its central protagonist.
What I loved the most about Karnan is how characters interacted and how each relationship progressed as the story moved forward. This largely helped in affirming the idea of a rebellious collective helmed by an individual.
From biblical references to ancient Indian mythology, Mari…