Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye

Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye

Directed by Madhureeta Anand

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Brooke B (ag) wrote: saw it was good and inspiring for people

Erik P (ca) wrote: A documentary in the style of Super Size Me with a very different focus. Appropriately, you come away from it with a seemingly yoga-like feeling of being both more enlightened and less enlightened about yoga, but not less informed. Whether it's the way of yoga or not, it is the way of documentary to be open about what you're trying to accomplish and displaying both the successes and failures in that attempt. The film definitely does that. It's drawbacks mostly have to do with not filling in background facts, which makes it more of a documentary for people already knowledgeable of yoga. I get the feeling I missed out on a few laughs and insights because the film didn't properly setup the punchline.

Bernie F (us) wrote: :)defo worth a watchit has the Japanese version of keaue reeves lolenjoyed this movie ;)subtitled !

Barry N (it) wrote: This film doesn't inspire like it should.

Kira M (br) wrote: as far as the old dance movies go, this actually has a pretty decent story. the challenge is a piece of footage no hoofer should live without...it is PRICELESS. legend after legend struttin' his stuff, over 75 years and still better than almost anyone today

Greg W (fr) wrote: good 'art house' drama

Paul S (ag) wrote: The film continually improves as you grow more invested in its characters, but the *extremely* dated special effects and rampant racism are hard for me to get by in a modern context, even as a film major.

John R (es) wrote: If it was anything like this, it's amazing so few Rangers were killed. Non-stop action. Now that I've personally met Coronel McKnight I find the movie just that much more touching.

Kyle B (de) wrote: A cute, sweet road trip movie with winning performances from Tatum O'Neal and especially Madeline Kahn. Great screenplay and gorgeous cinematography