I Lost My Body | Review by Chirag Raveendran

Have you ever started watching a movie and were left confused as to where exactly the plot will lead us but keeps you captivated with its unique storytelling and a wonderful background score? I am sure you might have. I lost my body is one such movie. Once you start there’s no going back. It’s…

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is a study in contrasts

Based in a politically tempestuous time in 1970s Mexico, Alfonso Cuarón’s personal sketch gambols between the journey of Cleodegaria “Cleo” Gutierrez as she serves as live-in help for a middle-class Mexican family, and the societal upheaval that swept through the country during that period. Civil conflict between the incumbent authoritarianism led by the PRI (Institutional…