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Accidental Luxuriance of the Translucent Watery Rebus 01

Accidental Luxuriance of the Translucent Watery Rebus (2021) Review: Hmmm…weird! A culmination of all things indecipherable stitched into motion with photographs, canvases, footage, and broken bits of speeches abandoned in pages of books, …

The continuous contemplation that Suraj divulges in, the film itself, becomes an act of remembrance, a requiem, for the intangible memories of his childhood and an exploration of the process of growth in human beings.
Lucky Chan-sil Movie Review - highonfilms (3)

Kim Choo-hee’s film revels in true indie spirit. This is why when Chan-sil (Gang Mal-geum) completely disregards a Christopher Nolan fan who calls Ozu’s film as movie pieces where nothing much happens, you …
Moving On (2019)

In his debut feature Maborosi, Hirokazu Kore-eda dissects the post-loss period of an individual’s encounter, recognition, and eventually, settlement with grief. He adopts a very patient, observational gaze to understand every microscopic aspect …
Loktak Lairembee [2016] Review

There is a war raging in Manipur between the ‘self-sufficient’ islanders, mainly a fishing population, living on the phumdis in Loktak Lake, and the state machinery. We are introduced to this conflict right …
October 2021 MUBI Picks - A Touch of Sin (2013)

Like every month, this October 2021, MUBI will be home to some of the most incredible films from around the world. Other than the highlights here, films from master filmmakers like Jia Zhangke …