Char Adhyay

Char Adhyay

One of the most experimental films made in the Indian cinematic horizon, Kumar Shahani's Char Adhyay is a poignant tale on the adverse affects of nationalism and patriotism.

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Vinnie G (fr) wrote: Love her or loathe her, Claire Denis has always been regarded as a true original film maker; challenging and pushing the bounderies of storytelling in a fresh and intimidating way. 35 Shots Of Rum is no different, it has a structure and pace where only the patient cinema goers and dedicated Denis fans will benefit from. However, its innovation and unique method of storytelling is undoubtedly where the film truly delivers. The film focuses mainly on widower Lionel (Alex Descas) and his daughter Jo (Mati Diop), whom he shares an apartment with. They have a close bond, but neither of them have any meaningful relationship - since the death of Lionel's wife/Jo's mother - other than the one they both share with each other. It's directed in an almost fly-on-the-wall style: watching the normal, everyday running of a household where nothing much happens; Denis never puts scenes together that are perhaps obvious in a traditional sense. The film moves along tenderly - swaying between love in both a family setting and occasionally a romantic one - but its always subtle and never heavy handed. It's this unorthodox style that Claire Denis has always approached (Beau Travail, Vendredi Soir, The Intruder), leaving some viewers either in awe of her or completely irritated by her. Maybe there's an argument for both? 35 Shots Of Rum is a calming, moral and enchanting piece of work. It's a film that presents a refreshing and introspective look at family and relationships, whilst asking difficult questions on loneliness and grief.

Pandu H (fr) wrote: Based on true events during the Kosovan war, about a mission of American-NATO troops sending ??strategic-information equipment?? that got stuck somewhere in Romania. The movie brilliantly depicts rampant corrupt practices and cultural misunderstandings with dark humor. Definitely needs some editing to cut unnecessary scenes but maybe it is intentional to honor the director, who died tragically just six weeks after the shooting completed

Alonso A (ca) wrote: An outstanding technical feat, but also an immersive dreamlike meditation on history and culture.

Jessica H (jp) wrote: yes I like this, the feel, the look, the characters, the plot, and even the cheesy ending.

William G (us) wrote: Mission Impossible contains a rather boring and not thought provoking story. However, the talent of Tom Cruise as an actor saves this movie to a degree.

Alex S (fr) wrote: This was my first Dario Argento film, and I loved every minute of it.Still brilliant now, although not as good as Suspiria, but definitely one of his best.

Sylvester K (de) wrote: A disappointing feature from D'Amato, Bui Omega is a necrophiliac erotic horror film about a rich taxidermist who kills women he found near his house and his jealous housekeeper who may or may not aid him. Other than a lot of body parts, Buio Omega offers no real horror and a dull storyline.

Ken A (kr) wrote: innovative, really unique original story, quite well done for film. the special effects are not of the caliber of what is available in now, but this was filmed decades ago. If you like science fiction that is more involved, interesting, and original than a gaggle of space special effects, you should enjoy this movie very much. I guarantee you will never think about aliens the same way again.

Chad D (au) wrote: I also saw the stage version on Broadway (not my decision). I am disappointed I was not recognized and called out by the cast for my general awesomeness.

Gareth D (kr) wrote: Pretty intense, International superstar cast but somehow still a bit lacking. Worth a watch anyhow.