Ship of Theseus

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The final scene of glittering rocks in the cave made me wonder. Many have applied Plato’s cavemen al...
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The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance

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We often come across remarks like, ‘He acted brilliantly’ or ‘She did justice to the role’, but how do we really arrive to such expert opin...
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Alms for a Blind Horse

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For years Punjab has been a muse to the Indian mainstream cinema. Being a Punjabi has always been v...
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About Elly

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About Elly starts as a very simple tale but as it moves ahead, it turns out to be quite a twisted o...
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Mise en scène

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I have never been so transfixed by any form of art the way I am transfixed to Cinema. All forms of art have their  own characteristics but I...
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4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

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4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days is actually a thriller, but unlike the usual crime thrillers this film...
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The Firemen's Ball

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If there could ever be a crossover between cinema vérité and slapstick comedy then it is Milos Form...
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The Red Balloon

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The Red Balloon is one of my most favorite films, but I have no idea why I love it so much. It has a...
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Discovering the art of cinema

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‘Art is partly communication, but only partly. The rest is discovery’. - William Golding   Well I quite agree with William Golding b...
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The World of Monsieur Hulot

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Jacques Tati is often considered the successor of silent cinema but this assumption is simply derive...
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