Tuhin Sen

Tuhin Sen

Favorite films

  • The Adversary
  • The Boy and the Beast
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel
  • The Godfather

Recent activity

  • The Iron Claw


  • American Fiction


  • Viduthalai: Part I


  • The Promised Land


Recent reviews

  • All Quiet on the Western Front

    All Quiet on the Western Front


    When power takes hold of men, they don't see reason, rational, or rhyme. It only sees blood and the ways it can exact more!

    This is what encapsulates the essence of what All Quiet on the Western Front. The film starts with a cycle of violence, death, jingoism, misplaces youth, violence, and death. And the cycle keeps on going.

    Each scene, beautifully mounted and exquisitely crafted, just tries to prove that war is just this - this futile cycle of…

  • Klaus



    By virtue of being a part film business - as a filmmaker, member of the audience, critic, actor, or otherwise - one has to inadvertently open up to judgment. Sometimes, scathing! 'That film's plot was too simplistic'!, 'That film had the worst music I had heard in years!', The cinematography was great, but the direction fell flat', 'How can you be fond of Nolan after watching Tarkovsky?' 'How do you consider mainstream films as works of art?'.

    In all these…

Popular reviews

  • Paterson



    It is often said that to become a writer, you would have to live the life of a writer. I would respectfully disagree. As Paterson goes on to show, to become a writer, the most imperative thing is to,just, LIVE. Not for a goal. Not for vanity. Not for fame. Not for the perfection of an artform. But, to just live. Because it is in living that life deals its perfection back to us. It is in living that the…

  • The Spy Gone North

    The Spy Gone North


    What do we think of when we think of Espionage? Stoic spies, guns, gadgets, car chases, exotic locales, sinister antagonists? What if I told you espionage is mostly about RELATIONSHIPS. Yes! The relationships that a spy makes with so many across the board. The relationships that lay the foundation for the spycraft. The relationships that inseminate ambiguity. The relationships which instill doubt. The relationships that might be your death. Yet the relationships that, in the end, save your life.