Gowtham

I fuck cinema with my serpent eye πŸ‘οΈπŸ‘οΈ

Favorite films

  • Out 1
  • Still Life
  • Loves of a Blonde
  • Sansho the Bailiff

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  • Tropical Malady

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  • Joyful Mystery

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  • Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver

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    when marty says sit
    you stay put

  • The Passenger

    The Passenger

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    I feel like I want to stare out into the horizon, maybe a beach or a desert.
    But here I am in my room and I have four walls to keep me company.
    And some good weed and Antonioni films I’ve never seen.
    Life is such.

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  • Joji

    Joji

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    Not the perfect film I expected. Dileesh didn't fully satisfy me. But on the good side its a fairly well made film, there's not much fallbacks other than the fact that its way too shallow. But the narrative here is as raw and simple as Dileesh Pothan's earlier works. Unlike the others, the drama here is completely wrapped up in a sombre, serious undertone. You wont get the lightheartedness of Maheshinte Prathikaram nor the heightened dramatic encounters as in Thondimuthalum…

  • The Wind Will Carry Us

    The Wind Will Carry Us

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    The Wind Will Carry Us essentially does what it says in the title. Through Kiarostami's unique vision we get carried along through the life of a confused engineer trying to find his peace in nature (Basically, what I may end up as later in my life). This film is brimming with so much beauty and poetry, still it's not a really easy watch or a simple film. I did find myself at times a lot confused and lost. Sometimes I…