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Harishchandrachi Factory: The Lost Art of Simplicity

rencontre filles diego madagascar Harishchandrachi Factory is strongly reminiscent of Malgudi Days and other DD serials, Hrishikesh Mukherjee & Basu Chatterjee oeuvre of films, snugging into the quilt with Grandma telling a story… In short, the Good Old Days. Days when films were not merely about form or technique, but about the simple pleasures in life – about a fast-disappearing tribe […]

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The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes: Getting Wilder

Forex gestito Trading opzioni bancarie Conto demo su opzioni binarie follow url Optionrally login Orari trading opzioni The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes(1970) is one of Billy Wilder‘s least known works. It is one of the ‘revealed’ Holmes stories, and is not part of Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes canon. The film takes a satirical look at the Holmes-Watson equation, and, as the name suggests, touches upon the private life of the genius […]

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Khatta Meetha

opzioni binarie you tube No, this isn’t the Akshay Kumar starrer Priyadarshan behemoth. This is the Basu Chatterjee directed true-to-its-name sweet and sour 1978 cult classic. Supposedly inspired from the Henry Fonda and Lucille Ball starrer Yours, Mine and Ours (1968), Khatta Meetha is the story of Homi Mistry and his four sons ,and Nargis Sethna and her three […]

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Redeem Yourself

get link In recent times, few films have left such an indelible imprint on my psyche as “Shawshank Redemption”(1994). Adapted from the novella “Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption” by Stephen King, the film is miles away from what the author is known for. It was the Directorial debut of Frank Darabont, also known for “The Green Mile” […]

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Kalyug: Mahabharat Reloaded

follow Reason I start my blog with Kalyug: because it’s the last film I’ve seen, and this blog’s supposed to be about films, and it’s one of the best I’ve seen! For me, till now, it had been one of those ‘art’ films that aired on good old Doordarshan (ah! those were the days…) from time to time on […]

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