Palme d'Or winner offers a fresh gaze to familiar tale
(Variety.com) - The more things change, the more they stay the same for the Sri Lankan refugees of Jacques Audiard's Dheepan, who flee their war-torn homeland only to find themselves in a new kind of conflict zone in the housing projects of Paris.
Pretty visuals fail to mask plot issues.
Mani Ratnam’s reputation as one of the South Indian film industry’s most gifted visual craftsmen continues with Kadal, his first fully Tamil-language work since Kannathil Muthamittal (2002). Sweeping shots over coastal shorelines, vivid dance...
Kollywood creation has a few screws loose.
INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL: Imagine the worst bits of Alex Proyas’ I, Robot (2004) and Robert Greenwald’s Xanadu (1980), cobbled together with a dash of Shaw’s Pygmalion, and you get some grim picture as to what S. Shankar’s grating extravaganza Robot...
Melodramatic mishmash fails to deliver.
Mani Ratnam’s Raavan suggests that the cursed history of husband-and-wife vanity projects can be just as creatively crippling to efforts from the Indian subcontinent as well. Starring Bollywood goddess Aishwarya Rai and her real-life spouse...
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