the burning

Burning (2018) Analysis – Clash of the Classes

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Burning or Boening is a 2018 South Korean film directed by Lee Chang-dong, based on the short story, Barn Burning by Japanese writer Haruki Murakami. However, the film Burning has little to do with the short story...
dil bechara

Dil Bechara (2020) Review – Ek tha Raja, Ek thi Rani – Dono marr...

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Where the book's title is inspired by a line from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar - where the nobleman Cassius says to Brutus: "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, / But in ourselves,...
Rashomon (1950) Analysis - Truth in Life is Important. But Does it Really Exist ? Akira Kurosawa

Rashomon (1950) Analysis – Truth in Life is Important. But Does it Really Exist...

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Rashomon (1950) is undoubtedly the best film of Akira Kurosawa (sorry not to hurt any sentiments of seven samurai), but Rashomon is closest to what a perfect film could be. Before diving deep into...
capernaum

Capernaum (2018) Analysis – Illustrates the “Power of Cinema.”

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On 23rd February 2019, BBC News did a story titled “ Refugee boy stars in an Oscar-nominated film.” The film was titled “ Capernaum" and was already making waves at the international film festivals....
Radioactive (2020) - Marie Curie

Radioactive (2020) Review – There are Things to be Scared Yet so much to...

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Amazon Studios' new release Radioactive starring Rosamund Pike takes us on a roller coaster ride as it depicts the origin of major time in the history of science and technology and the disasters that...