Sara’s, on Amazon Prime, narrates the story of a young, aspiring filmmaker who has zero maternal instincts. In Sara, I found myself. In her story, I found my spirit.
Only once does Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra surprise the audience with an element of subversion that comes as a pleasant surprise.
The film wants to reach a certain point, but its journey is devoid of convincing reasons or considered nuance.
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.
The 2017 animated film directed by Abhishek Verma soothed my hurt mind and I found myself wandering through the tender moments of life.
Authors are not obligated to create diversified characters. However, if a story involves racially and culturally diverse characters, authenticity should matter.
Amazon’s buyout of MGM is the latest example of the culture industry’s transformation into a Big Tech monopoly. Artists, workers, and the film-watching public suffer the consequences.