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Movie Review: Conviction (2010)

Finding lawyers unaffordable, a lifetime struggle is undertaken to prove a convicted brother innocent. Read More »

Movie Review: The Saltmen of Tibet (1997)

A Tibetan nomadic tradition seeped in religious lore and rituals, unperturbed and unconcerned with the progress in commerce and transport Read More »

Movie Review: No Man’s Land (2001)

Deterrence hangs by a thin thread. War is insane, mines are a vicious curse and people kill for frivolous reasons! Read More »

Movie Review: Kundun

Early years of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in Tibet, the living Buddha of Compassion Read More »

Documentary Film Review: Out of the Ashes (2010)

They brought Afghan cricket from the refugee camps to international recognition Read More »

Movie Review: The Company (2003)

Accomplished ballet dancers lead ordinary lives and give unforgettable performances with no malice towards anyone Read More »