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Posted on Jun,28,2011 at 12:05 AM
impressive role of ari folmn.
Posted on May,11,2011 at 09:33 AM
Waltz with Bashir is a fantastic film - I think the whole point about cloaking the horror in the mystique of animation lends the shocking quality to the ending - it's as if we've woken up from a dream/nightmare only to realize it's real! I saw this post of yours only now, but since I'm studying film at university here I was so excited to see your reaction to Waltz with Bashir!! Would you also, by any chance, have seen Paprika, the animated feature by Satoshi Kon? It's also superb
Posted on Mar,15,2011 at 02:25 PM
Hope this note finds you in great health!
And here's wishing you an amazing birthday.. may God shower you with more and more success all your life.. and may he fulfill all your wishes!
Posted on Mar,15,2011 at 12:21 AM
its amazing no one care what Amir says/asks in his post. ppl just want to say something. I guess i am one of them too now ;)
Posted on Mar,14,2011 at 07:18 AM
happy birthday..........................love u
keep the good work
Posted on Mar,14,2011 at 01:54 AM
MANY MANY HAPPY RETRUNS OF THE DAY
Posted on Mar,14,2011 at 12:43 AM
Many Many happy returns of the day.Wish u a happy & prosperous b'day.
Posted on Mar,13,2011 at 10:43 AM
Happy birthday AK
may god bless u...
may all the happiness n success of this world come to you....
Posted on Mar,10,2011 at 04:51 PM
P.S: I just watched Dhobi Ghaat and i thought it was a very lovely, unique and intimate film. I found myself smiling a lot of the way though, the characters are a delight to watch and seem so much more genuine than a lot of characters you get in mainstream cinema, lovely casting, especially the young man who plays Munna, so endearing. The film is just a joy to watch, and a refreshing perspective of the people of Mumbai. OH! and the music! Delightful, so warm and very fitting for the whole mood of the film, it reminded me of the soundtrack in Babel (2006) and especially Motorcycle Diaries (2004), not just because of the Santaollala-like guitar pieces, but also 'cause of the photographs in the film, taken by the character Shai. Now i should say i've never visited Mumbai myself, but it seems that Dhobi Ghaat is a real ode to this extraordinary city. Much credit to Kiran Rao, what a great eye.