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Sarah’s Key: A Harrowing, Hypnotic Experience

By on August 29, 2018

Reading Time: 1 minute Director Gilles Paquet-Brenner takes Tatiana De Rosnay’s novel and brings onscreen a harrowing and hypnotic experience that begins in Paris, 1942, and then melds into 2010. What starts as a regular shifting into an apartment in the current times opens the closet for a horror in the past that continues to haunt the conscience of […]


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‘Dunkirk’ review: A Powerful Cinematic Dynamo

By on July 23, 2017

Reading Time: 7 minutes With Dunkirk, director Christopher Nolan, who also wrote this project, scales cinematic heights that’s as startling as it is audacious. In Dunkirk, Nolan devours the screen edaciously, opening up the wormhole of his vision to you –  no screen size on this planet is enough to encompass this spectacular vision, but for now, we’ll have […]

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‘Tubelight’ review: Flickering Barnacles

By on June 26, 2017

Reading Time: 7 minutes There I was, as usual coming out of the Friday show, same theatre, this time from director Kabir Khan’s latest outing Tubelight (here, an Indian usage coined to describe a dimwit, and not a documentary on the fluorescent equipment) wondering what strong beverage to quaff, and also about what made the director remake the 2015 […]

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