Amartya Acharya

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Amartya is a true cinephile who loves to explore the horizons of films and literature. He loves to write about them when not getting overwhelmed.

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‘Emancipation’ Review – A Slavery Survivalist Tale Told Within the Constraints That Becomes a Desaturated Misfire

Comparing and contrasting the posters of 2012's Lincoln and 2022's Emancipation is interesting. Ten years apart, both of these movies have the same basic...

‘Four Samosas’ Review – A Love Letter To Indian Culture And Wes Anderson, In An Almost Distracting Fashion

Ravi Kapoor's Four Samosas opens with an "academy ratio" framing, a saturated color scheme, and humor bordering on whimsy as the four over-disguised protagonists...

‘Something In The Dirt’ Review: From Los Angeles, With Love And Conspiracies

By their very definition, conspiracy theories are explanations for events involving a conspiracy by sinister or powerful groups when the actual reasoning could be...

‘Last Film Show’ Review: A Love Letter To Moving Pictures And Growing Up With That Mistress Called Cinema

If you ask a cinephile what their first movie or theatrical experience was like, the vast majority will mention either a long-forgotten film or...

‘Missing’ Review: Shinzo Katayama Explores Moral Dilemmas & Genre Shifts In An Effective & Soulful Fashion

It's interesting looking at the poster for Missing (2022) by Shinzo Katayama. The poster shows high school student Kaede and her father, Satoshi standing...

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‘Reina Roja’ (Red Queen) Cast And Character Guide

The series Red Queen, created by Amaya Muruzabal, features...