Dunno Y Na Jaane Kyun...

Dunno Y Na Jaane Kyun...

Two men fall in love but struggle to be in a relationship openly in society.

Dunno Y...Na Jaane Kyon (English: Don't Know Why) is a 2010 Indian film. The film was directed by Sanjay Sharma and written by his brother Kapil Sharma who also played the lead. It premiered in April 2010 at India's first mainstream gay film festival, the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival. It features the first gay kiss in Indian cinema between Yuvraaj Parashar and Kapil Sharma. Two young men fall in love with each other but struggle to come to terms on how best to comfortably and securely express it in public. Between family pressures and social taboo on the matter, the fictional gay couple remains closeted lovers and patiently await the day a love as special as theirs may be understood and shared with the world without fear of any backlash. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ben F (ag) wrote: A little mischief goes a long way towards making everything better. This new film from Lawrence Kasdan (who directed "The Big Chill" and helped write "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi") is a comedy of weighty matters--aging, love, and marital strife chief among them. But Mr. Kasdan and his cast gaze into the abyss with such cheerfulness that you're more likely to smile knowingly and skip crying in favor of absolute laughter. "Darling Companion" is the story of a family (Dianne Keaton, Kevin Kline, Richard Jenkins, Mark Duplass, and Dianne Wiest) searching for their lost dog freeway. Along the way, they run afoul with a deranged axeman, take the advice of an "alleged gypsy psychic," and much more. But you'd do better to leap into this nimble film and see for yourself. ****:)

Kate O (kr) wrote: Of Gods and Men, based on the book The Monks of Tibhirine is a powerful, wonderful, beautifully crafted movie. The story stayed with me for weeks and I still want to see it again.

Alexander F (kr) wrote: As much as a great Norse god of thunder and his allies of Asgard, this version of the magical realms comes off as alien compared to the traditional fantasy setting. The story is quite decent other than the odd romance between the two main protagonists is forced. Overall a "meh, it was decent," experience.

Jordan S (nl) wrote: Fortune cookie realness. This is how you cultivate mass ignorance and wrap up life in trite wisdom to exacerbate that ignorance.

Andrew J (ru) wrote: wow, I watched all of it... crap movie lovers need to see this once. Then run. Here's Wiki's synopsis: "Jesus' modern-day struggle to protect the lesbians of Ottawa, Canada, from vampires with the help of Mexican wrestler El Santo" Yeeeaaah.The music was good though!

Akinriyibi A (ru) wrote: marriage is meant for the matured minds

base 6 (ag) wrote: I caught this film this morning on IFC, and I have to say I enjoyed it. Granted , it was not along the lines of most chambara films but none the less being a fan of action movies and the chambara genre I can definitely recommend this movie if you have the time to kill.

Clark G (kr) wrote: This is my favorite all time movie. It is simply superb.

Kirk E (es) wrote: Not the most imaginative noir, but the plot moves at a respectable clip and the performances are solid, if not stunning.

Edwin T (jp) wrote: A purely cerebral exercise filled with unbelievable characters and a chill that cuts down to the bone.