Saturday, February 27, 2021



Mass review – excruciating drama deals with school shooting aftermath | Sundance 2021

At the centre of the agonising drama Mass is a conversation of overwhelming difficulty, the kind that makes you wince to even think about how it might play out. Watching it unfold for almost two hours is then something of an endurance test, an often suffocating experience trapped in a room with four people who don’t want to be there but know that they should, driven by the vain hope that maybe it might chip away at some of the paralysing pain they’re all stuck with. It’s going deeper into...

Kangana Ranaut To Play The Role Of Indira Gandhi In Upcoming Political Drama

Outlook Web Bureau 2021-01-30T12:56:23+05:30 Kangana Ranaut To Play The Role Of Indira Gandhi In Upcoming Political Drama 2021-01-30T12:59:12+05:30 Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is all set to play the role of India’s one and only female Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. While the actress confirmed the news about her upcoming project on social media she hasn’t yet revealed the name of the proposed movie. While talking about her upcoming project, Ranaut said that the movie will not be a biopic adding that it will be set around the...

Quo Vadis, Aida? review – profoundly moving story of the Srebrenica massacre | Drama films

The submission by Bosnia-Herzogovina for this year’s international feature Oscar is a slow-burn drama with a palpable sense of growing dread, set during the Srebrenica massacre of 1995. More than 8,000 Bosnian Muslims were murdered by units under the command of General Ratko Mladić, now facing a life sentence having been convicted of crimes against humanity. Yet if that makes Quo Vadis, Aida? sound like an unbearably tough prospect, be reassured that in the hands of writer-director Jasmila Žbanić, who won a Berlin Golden Bear for her 2006 debut feature,...
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