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The Truth About Bhutan’s Happiness Revealed in ‘Red Phallus’ (2018)

Bhutanese first-time director Tashi Gyeltshen discusses the need to drive forward thinking and women emancipation in his country. His “Red Phallus” succeeds as a filmmaker’s statement, but its overly sleepy narrative might be testing for some caught-off-guard viewers. Bhutan has … Continue reading The Truth About Bhutan’s Happiness Revealed in ‘Red Phallus’ (2018)

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A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood (2019) Review – More Than Just Another Hanks Movie

Marielle Heller introduces the teachings of Mr. Rogers in the world of adult problems. Therefore, “A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood” surprises and warms hearts without the need to squeeze the last juices of a by-the-rules biopic film. A film … Continue reading A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood (2019) Review – More Than Just Another Hanks Movie

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Tibetan Drama Balloon (2019) Scrutinizes The Complicated Two-Child Policy In China

Pema Tseden sets his tiny family drama “Balloon” on the dangerous course of a broad social commentary that touches on religion, abortion, and the Chinese law of family birth control. My first encounter with Pema Tseden’s work took place a … Continue reading Tibetan Drama Balloon (2019) Scrutinizes The Complicated Two-Child Policy In China

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Chicuarotes (2019) Review – Gael Garcia Bernal’s Problematic Debut As A Director

First-time director Gael Garcia Bernal cannot be denied his zeal and some decent amount of craft, but “Chicuarotes” only scratches the surface which many other films already explored in a much deeper sense. Back in 2002, Fernando Meirelles and Kátia … Continue reading Chicuarotes (2019) Review – Gael Garcia Bernal’s Problematic Debut As A Director