Film Education


13th Mumbai Film Festival 2011 – Since Otar Left

Oorvazi
Talking Cinema (A Film Review Show – Episode 3)

My pick of films from the
13th Mumbai Film Festival 2011

“Since Otar Left” (2003)

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Wow! This is easily your best episode. It is very clear that the movie has touched you somewhere deep. Maybe because of the short film on your grandmother that you have made, you could somewhere relate a lot to the character of the grandmother in the film. I really like the efforts you take to know what the director has said about the film and the other stuff like the debut at the age of 85 years of the actor playing the role of the grandmother, which is simply amazing.

The plot seems very very interesting. And with this review of yours I am desperate to watch this one. Will let you know what I felt about it.

Comment by Rasik

🙂 Thanks dear Rasik for your feedback and feels nice that you liked it and that you appreciate my humble efforts. The film is a world of women and yes the grandmother character was close to my heart. Keep following this space, each film is a challenge and a joy to be able to share something special.

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