Just 2 guys tripping over cinema from across the world. Get movie suggestions, find out some interesting trivia and just listen to them ramble about a new movie every episode.
Ep 55: Atlantics - Senegal
A supernatural drama from Senegal that won the 2nd biggest prize at the Cannes Film Festival, is a mysterious tale of a ship full of construction workers who return to their hometown after their ship capsizes in the middle of the Atlantic ocean, but not in their physical form. A young police officer starts investigating the case, when one of the ill-fated construction workers is seen at the scene of a crime, as he goes after the woman who is supposed to be the accused's lover. We discuss this film with special guest Srijith Nambiar ( @Numbyaar )
Ep 54: June - India
A marathi movie about depression, self harm and redemption. When a woman from Pune moves to a small society in Aurangabad, she becomes friends with a young man. Both are fighting demons of the past, but the lean on each others shoulders and find a way to heal.
Ep 53: The Life Ahead - Italy
When a holocaust survivor gives shelter to an orphan boy from Senegal, an unlikely relationship blossoms. With both of them suffering their own demons, will they find peace in each other's company? Adapted from a classic novel 'The life before us', this modern interpretation of this eternal tale has solid performances from the newbie kid and the legendary Sophia Loren. We discuss its highs and lows.
Ep 52: Zombivli - India
A mysterious illness suddenly starts converting residents of Dombivli into Zombies. An engineer, his pregnant wife, their maid, a local goon and an intrepid reporter start investigating this mystery while trying to save themselves from being Zombified. Is a local businessman's greed turning the water in Dombivli into Zombiefying fluid? Listen in, to find out!
Ep 51: Worst person in the world - Norway
A coming of age film of a woman who is in a constant existential crisis, be it about her career or her relationships. We watch her journey in the form of chapters, as she constantly struggles with the status quo and always seeks more. We discuss this beautiful, poignant, poetic film that complete's Joachim Trier's Oslo trilogy.
Ep 50: Celebrating the Half Century - A special chat
We have reached a big milestone in our journey and hence we took a pause and looked back at everything we have achieved, the movies we have seen along the way, the friends who helped us out, the special guests on our episodes, the most memorable moments and much more.