Sylvie’s Love

Emotional but not melodramatic, strong on performance yet subtle, Sylvie’s Love is all about dreams and desires, hope and despair. One of the best films in recent times, Eugene Ashe’s second feature (the first was Homecoming) has black actors, the leads as well. Set in the late 1950s and early 1960s, this movie could not have happened in those times, when blacks were relegated to minor parts.

A Call To Spy

Based on real events, tragic and thrilling, Sarah Megan Thomas produces and scripts an amazing plot that held my unwavering attention for the whole of two hours. Thomas also has the most solid role as Virginia Hall, an American with a prosthetic leg whose gutsy side is revealed as she is placed in Vichy France to help create mayhem in the enemy ranks.

Bridgerton

Titled just Bridgerton, the TV series is a feast for the eye with its fancy balls, fancier dresses, women heavily made up to look prettier than they really are and dashing men who are gruff and hardly every smile in a society where mothers looked around desperately to see their girls settle with good husbands. The young women were equally anxious to get hitched, and they played coy and seductive. 

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NFDC Film Bazaar 2021

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Tokyo International Film Festival 2020

 

Venice Film Festival 2020

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Cannes Film Festival 2020

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IFFI Film Bazaar 2019

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Mumbai Film Festival 2019

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Cannes Film Festival 2019

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Cairo International Film Festival 2018

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Kolkata International Film Festival 2018

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Tokyo International Film Festival 2018

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Singapore South Asian International Film Festival 2018

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El Gouna Film Festival 2018 

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Dubai International Film Festival 2017

 

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