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  • Perfect Blue

    Perfect Blue

    ★★★★½

    It centers around a small j-pop idol's desire of being an actress and in that transition, she makes some compromisations and has to face some difficulties. But now she is stalked by somebody who knows every intimate detail about her which the person puts on the newly invented internet. After that people around her start getting murdered. All these things start making her lose sanity. She starts to question her decisions on top of that her fanbase wants her to…

  • Chinatown

    Chinatown

    ★★★★★

    It's about a character who has hurt somebody in the past & doesn't like being used and is duped in one case so he goes deep into that case to unravel some conspiracy only to realize that he was one step behind at every point and eventually hurting somebody he loves again in the end. It's also about corruption & inefficiency in the police department.

    The wonderful characterizations, nuances & equally fulfilling revelations with the structure to die for make this screenplay absolutely…

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  • Newton

    Newton

    ★★★★

    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.

  • Enemy

    Enemy

    ★★★★

    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…