Tagged: mood: heartbroken
Abhishek Kapoor’s desi adaptation of Dicken’s Great Expectations is a beautifully shot emo hot mess about the set up of the gullible Noor with the distant Firdaus, by the heartbroken Begum Hazrat.
This third feature by Iranian auteur Asghar Farhadi serves as an up-to-the-minute report on the social codes and values of the Iranian middle-class.
A cosmonaut bromance chronicling the lives of two best friends prepping to reach for the stars.
A woman, diagnosed with early menopause, begins to receive an anonymous bouquet of flowers every day.
A boy who is obsessed with puppets falls in love with a doll-like girl, whom he grooms to be his, but she grows unruly.
Is it possible to write a nonsensical story with a purpose? Jeffrey Lau’s early millennium period comedy -sometimes wuxia sometimes musical- of ‘imprisoned’ Imperial siblings that meet their destined lovers in the outcasts of a tiny village during the Ming dynasty seems to prove it.
Space Cowboy gifts music fans one a gorgeous example of form and storytelling with Extremely.
Ozon begins his story with the tale of two girls who were practically born to be best friends forever, until death did them apart.
BTS, a group I’d previously cast aside as one in the same in a slew of wannabe bad boys, released one of the best K-pop albums of 2015 with Most Beautiful Moment in Life pt. 1.
A subtle and assured debut feature by German filmmaker Maria Speth about a restless young woman who is alienated from the world around her.