The brooding men and the naive women are very much there but this multi-cultural production is also aware of current issues and even music.
‘The Fame Game’ Starts With an Interesting Hook – and Takes it Nowhere at All
It’s quite evident – right from the start – that the filmmaking in the new Madhuri Dixit-starring Netflix series is fundamentally flawed.
‘The Lost Daughter’: Portraying the Darker Sides of Motherhood on the Page and the Screen
The Netflix adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s 'The Lost Daughter' explores motherhood as complexly as the book, but some things get lost in translation.
Spy Thriller ‘Munich: The Edge of War’ Asks: What If?
Could Hitler have been stopped in 1938? A Netflix production starring Jeremy Irons as former British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain explores the question.
Olivia Colman Shines in ‘The Lost Daughter’, a Story of Maternal Guilt and Loss
Maggie Gyllenhaal’s assured debut tells its story well, becoming a bit obvious towards the end.
Emmy Awards 2021: ‘The Crown’ and ‘Ted Lasso’ Emerge as Big Winners
As with last year's Emmy Awards, Netflix was one of the evening's biggest winners with a total of 44 awards,
40 Years of MTV: The Channel That Shaped Popular Culture as We Know It
Beyond just hosting some of the key pop moments of the last 40 years, it has had a huge effect on shaping the cultural landscape of today.
‘Maajhi Preet’: A Stirring Story of Lifelong Romance and Rural Despair
'Maajhi Preet', an episode in the Netflix docuseries 'My Love', does something remarkable: it invites us to experience rural beauty on its own terms.
Bollywood’s First ‘Intimacy Coordinator’ Wants Safe Standards for Sex Scenes
Production crews have normally been responsible for the well-being of actors on Bollywood sets. But now India's film industry has its first certified intimacy coordinator.