Month: July 2018

Short Film Friday: Toffee (2017)

  Who deserves a childhood? Okay, a simpler question: What is childhood? A time to learn, to play, to experience, to dream, a time for joy and innocence. Chores and pocket money. School. Adventure. Surely […]

“Single Rehne De” (Simran, 2017)

Full disclosure: I have an acquaintance who worked on this film. We’re facebook friends but haven’t spoken since high school. I wanted to see this movie because she worked on it (and it’s partly set […]

Review: Ungli (2014)

The law, no matter how well intended, protects the powerful. Bribes can get around it, and who can afford bribes? Excellent lawyers can get around it, and who can afford those lawyers? And add to […]