Tagged: arsaib recommends

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Nightcrawler (2014)

Dan Gilroy’s directorial debut paints a disturbing yet intriguing film to watch, elevating Nightcrawler beyond crime porn and it is strongly enhanced by its authentic gritty feel and the cast’s acting, especially Jake Gyllenhaal.

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Haider

Vishal Bhardwaj is back with his third Indian adaptation of Shakespeare, Hamlet, set against the heavy 90s political backdrop of the northern snowy Kashmir region.

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Gone Girl (2014)

Viewed as the prime suspect in his wife’s disappearance, Nick will have to trust his twin sister Margo and leave it all up to Detective Boney, as the whole nation judges him.

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Like Father, Like Son (2013)

The Nonomiya family lived a normal life. However, they are dealt with a huge blow when the hospital tells them about an accident regarding their 6-year-old-son Keita.

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Hey Ram (2000)

Kamal Haasan’s outstanding somewhat-political religious epic of a man’s journey through friendship, love, hatred, revenge and redemption set around India’s Partition and the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.

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12 Years A Slave

Steve McQueen’s film deserves as much praise and discussion as it does cricism for serving as a brilliant and harrowing depiction of Northup’s years of enslavement bleeding together as he loses track of his past

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Requiem for a Dream

After quite some time, I managed to revisit Darren Aronofsky’s Requiem for a Dream, and it’s still holding strong for me.

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Stories We Tell

After delivering a gem like Take This Waltz, director Sarah Polley has taken her camera and flipped it on herself to explore her family.