It's about a brutal rape & murder of a woman and how his devastated husband tries to take revenge. A retired counselor who handled that case some 25 years ago is still affected by it mainly because the husband didn't get the justice he deserved because of the corruption and is now writing a novel about that case. And how this experience helps him to acknowledge the love he had for his boss, a woman who he gets told is out…
Watched Snowpiercer (2013) a few days ago and after reading some criticisms I have to contribute something. Read on if you've watched the film.
Most of the criticisms that I've read are about logical flaws, but I think the film didn't try to be logical. The train was an allegory of the society and how it generally functions, that was the only purpose that the train served.
If you dwell upon logistics you will miss the whole point. It's not…
It's a tussle between idealism (Rajkummar Rao) and cynicism (Pankaj Tripathi). Loved the way director uses humor to get his point across touching issues from child marriage & dowry to corruption/bribery than giving a moralistic lecture. To be honest it doesn't give solutions.
Every actor did a commendable job. Rajkummar Rao & Pankaj Tripathi are in top form. And please don't consider it as just a boring artsy film, it's very accessible & thoroughly entertaining. A really good satire on how farcical electoral process can be.
It's about how some people feel trapped in a relationship, have fear of commitment and how they want to control the urges of being unfaithful. The two characters are the two sides of the same coin. To be trustworthy or to be unfaithful.
And how this person is in a cycle of removing the unfaithful person from himself and going back to it again. A cycle. 'The first time it's a tragedy, the second time it's a farce'. This conflict…