Love, Simon (2018) Review – A Ground Breaking Romantic Comedy

I first got to know about Love, Simon when Xavier Dolan posted a substantial write up about it on his Instagram and elaborated on how much he loved it. As Dolan is one of my favourite directors, I decided I would most definitely give this a watch. I didn’t sit down with many hopes, to…

Daniel Day-Lewis : Madness to his Method ― A Farewell Tribute

Sir Daniel Michael Blake Day-Lewis is an actor who was born on 29th April 1957 to poet Cecil Day-Lewis and actress Jill Balcon in Kensington, London. Daniel Day-Lewis (referred as DDL at times henceforth) is one of the best actors to have ever graced films, period. In my very limited experience with films, I haven’t…

Clair Obscur (2016) Review — An Acting Tour de Force

Clair Obscur is a sensual portrait of two women who are deprived of their right to discover themselves and to love and be loved in a relationship of their choosing, in a country torn between modernity and tradition. Yesim Ustaoglu’s visual mastery can be glimpsed at the very beginning of the film itself, as it…