Dogman – An Exciting Thriller for Dog Lovers

The end scene that portrays Christ-like suffering for Doug surrounded by the dogs is a reminder of all the suffering that a man goes through to truly be transformed or resurrected as something else – the journey of a broken self to mend the mind and body by creating ruses that fit the maze called ‘world’.

The Adorable Teachers and Professors in Movies

John Keating: (Dead Poet’s Society, 1989): John was the kind of teacher that every student needs – and the earliest the better. His personality is an unusual mix of caring and rebellious. Regarding this quote by Henry David Thoreau: “I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life.” John’s fundamental teachings come to the forefront – to live to the fullest and follow one’s passion.

Evolution of The Indian Film Industry : From Black & White to OTT

If people of the Western world were introduced to Indian films as full of colors, songs, and dance; they also had a rendezvous with the Indian realistic cinema. For instance, Satyajit Ray’s Pather Panchali first premiered at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in 1955 and then later it was released in Kolkata the same year. During the 1960s, the Indian government financed some of the independent films based on Indian themes.