An orphan sets on a journey to immerse his grandfather’s ashes in the holy waters of the Rameshwaram, when all he really wants is to party with his friends. Lucky (or not) he’s got Meena to keep him company.
Part fairytale romance, part quirky crime mystery solving, part snarky comedy food-loving musical and more; Pushing Daisies achieved a stroke of genius uniqueness that is hardly ever going to show up on television again.
The film’s plot is simple and straight forward enough- a proper girl of an Indian family living in London is betrothed to her father’s friend but before she leaves London, she sets out to tour Europe with her girl friends, when she meets Raj.
Directed by Vladimir Khotinenko and starring Yevgeny Mironov as the iconic Russian writer, Dostoevsky chronicles his life from when he was about to be executed in 1849 through all the women he was interested in or loved.
The story in Unseld’s The Blue Umbrella is quite simple- It begins raining and the city becomes alive… literally. Then Blue Umbrella shows up in a sea of black-colored umbrellas and meets Red Umbrella. It’s love at first drop of water.