If one ever wanted to see the invisible oppressive face the Man, this film makes one see ten distinct poses of patriarch power. A divorced mother navigates the Man’s world in her car while she drives her son to his grandmother’s house. It seems that the mother, in trying to convince her son to stay... Continue Reading →


Withnail and I

'Withnail and I' talks about a problem that is probably the most central to my life - that of growing up. As a kid, to me grown ups were all about leading a humdrum life deliberately doing boring things when they could really be enjoying. The whole hub-bub about being a grown up and being... Continue Reading →

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