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  • breaking down in front of someone to tell them they're worth it, reorienting and reliving your dream for the people you have done wrong by, failing and crying and screaming, "it doesn't hurt", "it doesn't hurt" and channeling all energy of said failure towards someone you love. A Throw Down for the digital age. Johnnie To's glaring, shouting, excessive bollywood movie.
  • foretold failures and the dances around it, often as silent echoes between halves and poems of fervour – carrying inverted tropes and rediscovered affinity towards words meant in scorn or selfishness. hong's lens is far more grounded here, the inversion harsher than any that follow: a story of romance well past its time that has people dancing without music, singing without rhythm, drinking without getting drunk. hong alternates the very dance around a structure that is only talked about, never seen; allowing moments of intimacy to spur and promises to be made while being oblivious enough of their destined refutation […]
  • the use of some catchy hip-hop to fill silence or surround moments of heightened sensitivity puts it in the same league as all the cool hindi productions that have no sense of rhythm, cutting or cohesion. some of the cuts are so bad that it leaves gaping holes in the plot. the sense of accomplishment that it manages to establish by the end as something sincere bases itself on themes of misogyny, reinforcing stereotypes and rationalizing toxic masculinity. apart from some of the well earned humour and a somewhat tight 2 hour runtime (most of it complemented by Trivedi's score), […]
  • show, tell, explain and then some. if only the pretty camera could hide all the ugliness.
  • red, orange and yellow narrate a story about a humans in the world of pigs. the exquisite sound design originates from an orchestra of moments clashing, beating, strumming, clacking, stretching and moving, perfectly wrapped around an orgasm. the characters sometimes talk about entering the age of virgo, concluding there are no rats left and that no one is entirely evil, but mostly a case of whichever fits better. moments of minuscule intimacy translate into whimsical romance and while the whole act ends with a biblical allusion, there's something to be said about Jeunet's use of match cuts, colour and sound […]
  • I sure hope Hong goes the Snyder way and we get an ultimate cut of this.
  • Aamir Khan's monologue in the beginning of "Papa Kehte Hain" (and the song itself) was something I would listen to whenever I felt low or stressed or anxious. I guess it's now safe to say Aamir would not mind being in the second place.
  • nothing says happiness at 4 in the morning as kim min hee singing to a snail
  • Kim Min-hee from On the Beach at Night Alone (2017) has been my phone wallpaper for more than a month. Now I know why.Watched here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjKzEKSfhrs
  • Watched on Friday July 2, 2021.