When directors are hand-picked by CEOs, it’s a recipe for disaster.
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As Afghanistan stands in perhaps its most complex and tragic juncture of history, the idea of warm, hospitable, friendly Afghan people would be sooner or later subjected to critical gaze.
The movie understands that only a ‘360-degree-filmmaking’ – marked by contexts, contradictions and complexities – can help grasp the true essence of Indian martyrs.
Disney is willing to create animated films and television shows that suggest queer content, but only so long as it doesn’t damage its conservative image.
Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction when it comes to the magicians of the Victorian era.
The Sony LIV web series isn’t as concerned with people who are good or bad, but those who are good and bad.