Tagged: mood: melancholic
A -sorta- sequel to the Indian film centenary celebration anthology of Bombay Talkies; reuniting Indian filmmakers Zoya Akthar, Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar and Anurag Kashyap to tell stories centered on women’s lives and their desires.
I just discovered this Beijing-based band, lxsyd (鹿先森乐队), who debut with Suo You de Jiu Dou Bu Ru Ni (所有的酒，都不如你), a crowdfunded album telling a story.
This auspicious debut feature by Korean-American director So Yong Kim deals with a young immigrant’s coming-of-age in her new surroundings.
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 dramatization of the notorious Noida double murder case, in which a teenage girl and her family servant were found murdered, and her parents were convicted for the murders.
In Olivier Assayas’s Clean, Maggie Cheung plays a troubled soul who tries to kick her drug habit in an attempt to reconnect with her son.
A woman, diagnosed with early menopause, begins to receive an anonymous bouquet of flowers every day.
Au revoir l’été is a delicate coming-of-age story that follows a young woman named Sakuko as she visits her quiet seaside town and forms relationships with the locals.
Qissa: The Tale of a Lonely Ghost is a striking supernatural folktale that sensitively deals with the issues of identity and displacement.
It’s Winter is a poignant and poetic film about a young man’s moral coming of age in a bleak Iranian town.