Ek Nao Do Kinare
Parents very often want to inject their own likes and dislikes and way of living in their own children. Such impressions leave a deep scar in the subconscious of the child which affects his mental growth and behaviour pattern when he attains the youth. Through the story of Shashi and Arati EK NAO DO KINARE pleads for the independent growth of children.
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Ek Nao Do Kinare torrent reviews
(es) wrote: You have to really like Spalding Gray (and to have seen some of his previous monologues) to appreciate Soderbergh's masterly knitting together of excerpts from an array of Gray's public appearances (monologues and otherwise). And I do. Watching this film was like revisiting a long lost but fondly remembered friend. And he is telling all of his old stories and some new ones. In fact, I was surprised at all the things that happened to Spalding Gray since I last checked in with him. Despite having a family (and opening himself up to some dad humor), things took a turn for the sombre after a rough automobile accident in Ireland in 2001 and culminated in Gray's (presumed) suicide in 2004 (from the Staten Island ferry). He talks about death a lot over the years - or perhaps Soderbergh and his editor Susan Littenberg purposely chose death obsessed clips. Nevertheless (and as always), the thing about Gray's monologues is that they are so life affirming (and funny and neurotic and naked). Listening to him talk about his life makes you want to pay more attention to your own - after all, we've all got plenty of fodder for monologues. But, honestly, Gray created a poetic art-form that we are fortunate he shared with us even if the constant sharing itself (along with underlying mental illness) seems to have encouraged a desire for (what he may have sadly perceived to be) the perfect narrative closure.
(br) wrote: A great romance, that has a beliveable connection between the leading roles.
(ca) wrote: a lil weird and diff..
(fr) wrote: Just like Desmond Howl's real-life counterpart (that would be Brian Wilson), this movie is endearingly quirky, heart-breaking and life-affirming.
(ca) wrote: Nothing much happen but its entertaining all the same.
(br) wrote: this sucks. hours wasted
(us) wrote: Semi-entertaining...