Mad Sad & Bad
HARDEEP, RASHMI and ATUL are brothers and sisters. Which means they can say anything they like to each other, no matter how honest. Mad, Sad and Bad is a 90-minute comedy about mixed race relationships set in Luton. It's about mid-thirties siblings and friends whose personal lives are continuously messed up by their own selfish needs. Mad, Sad and Bad explores our contemporary metropolitan neuroses through the intersecting lives of these siblings and their friends. The narrative slips from one character to the next as they escape and attack each other. all reluctant members of the same dysfunctional family. Written by Ed Barratt
- Stars:Meera Syal, Nitin Ganatra, Zubin Varla, Andrea Riseborough, Leena Dhingra, Ayesha Dharker, Richard Dillane, Tony Gardner, Govind Gautama, Gordon Kennedy, Dominic Kinnaird, Les Loveday, Jeff Mirza, Danni Rossi, Zita Sattar,
- Director:Avie Luthra,
- Writer:Avie Luthra
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(gb) wrote: I love Kenney!!!! LoL
(ru) wrote: The best dystopian film about Dance Dance Revolution you're likely to see this year.
(nl) wrote: A masterpiece. Great dialouge and great directing. Some very messed up things here and shoking scences.
(fr) wrote: Girlfriend And I Loved It Would Suggest To All Supernatural Horror Fans!
(fr) wrote: (****): Thumbs Up A very funny film. Well-worth seeking out.
(fr) wrote: When it comes to adapt plays into movies, no one does it like Polanski. Superb one-set thriller with outstanding interpretations.
(nl) wrote: this is a good movie!
(ca) wrote: even better than the orignal version
(nl) wrote: Possibly the strangest movie I've ever seen. And I've seen lots of movies. I liked the concept of the story, but I think it was executed poorly.The music is great, though; it caught my eye at the library only because the soundtrack for it was the first solo work done by one of the Beatles. But if you're interested in that, you'd do better to listen to the 40-minute soundtrack than sit through this trippy 85-minute movie that will make you wonder what the hell you just watched.
(br) wrote: Kaneto Shindo's "Kuroneko" is much more grounded than his previous "Onibaba." It's adapted from a supernatural folktale; knowing that I tried my best to block any nitpicking that came to my mind concerning its logic. Briefly, it is about two spirits, their purpose is to kill samurais. Although films like "8 1/2" and "Persona," among others were made before it, I still see Shindo's film as a landmark for its imagery; it's dream-like state, and how it tells its story with images, meaning at times it lets the viewer find out what's going on, rather than spoon-feeding; sure, it does the opposite in a scene or two also. More than its haunting visuals, what I appreciated most is its ability to evoke a longing to be loved in me. "Kuroneko" has some of the most sensual love making scenes I have ever seen, incredibly heart warming. It's also very detailed, a lot of it is focused on the actors' manners, the way their eyes move; just simple, subtle things that add to the whole. I felt I needed to see it twice, so I watched it again the same night. I don't think it's a clear-cut masterpiece, but it comes very close to being a great viewing experience. I loved it!
(gb) wrote: i didnt care for the ending at all it ruined the movie for me
(br) wrote: Do yourself a favour and watch this masterpiece now. It would be a sin to do otherwise, it would be like killing a mockingbird.
(fr) wrote: Rather melodramatic, but it's a nice film with it's heart in the right place. The acting by the children isn't too bad.
(de) wrote: Heath ledger was the joker...he nailed it...all others will be compaired to him from now on...great movie
(mx) wrote: Doesn't try to be anything other than a big brash special effects extravaganza and I love it.
(kr) wrote: The First film...seen wit Selleck....who played a great role.....and wit Alan Rickman.......and .....Laura San giacomo....were all f-ing great!!!