“‘Juze’ tells the story of an India we don’t often see in films, but an India that hurts, suffers and yet revolts and thrives.”
“For a play that is so much about macho-ness and the male code of honor, it is refreshing to watch Chatterjee give it a somewhat feminist tweak.”
“Lending the story a rarefied patina is the cinematography.”
“‘Nude’ is a caveat to our times; a warning that we are driving arts education to a point of redundancy with our politics…”
“‘Avengers: Infinity War’ is the apex of franchise movie-making, bringing together a plethora of heroes from a number of different franchises to form the blockbuster of blockbusters.”
In celebration of the late Audrey Hepburn’s May 4 birthday, Vague Visages writers remember a couple of the actress’ finest performances.