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Genie In a Bottle - METROPIA and ROAD, MOVIE (Tribeca 2010)

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Atma Hair Oil or D'Angst Shampoo, M'am? The keys to the last two Tribeca films I've seen, Tarik Saleh's innovative new Metropia and the enjoyable Indian coming of-age tale, Road, Movie, both sound like they might be sold at your local pharmacy. For young Vishnu, Atma Hair Oil (the family business) represents the cultural roots he would rather ditch like a parent on the first day of school, as he sets out for the coast in a dilapidated old truck. The truck, to be sold to a coas...

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Widow in the movie sends her young son to Gurukul for education where rich children were also studying. Those children were accompanied by assistants to guard them while passing through thick forest infested by wild animals. Widow’s son was kept away from the group for the reason that he is son of a widow. Once, while crossing the forest the boy – Gopala had to face a mad person and an elephant. He got scared and asked his mother to provide an assistant to him also. Mother was a staunch d...

Genie In a Bottle - METROPIA and ROAD, MOVIE from Tribeca

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Atma Hair Oil or D'Angst Shampoo, M'am?The keys to the last two Tribeca films I've seen, Tarek Saleh's innovative new Metropia and the enjoyable Indian coming of-age tale, Road, Movie, both sound like they might be sold at your local pharmacy.For young Vishnu, Atma Hair Oil (the family business) represents the cultural roots he would rather ditch like a parent on the first day of school, as he sets out for the coast in a dilapidated old truck. The truck, to be sold to a coastal museum, contains ...

Genie In a Bottle - METROPIA and ROAD, MOVIE

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Atma Hair Oil or D'Angst Shampoo, M'am?The keys to the last two Tribeca films I've seen, Tarik Saleh's innovative new Metropia and the enjoyable Indian coming of-age tale, Road, Movie, both sound like they might be sold at your local pharmacy.For young Vishnu, Atma Hair Oil (the family business) represents the cultural roots he would rather ditch like a parent on the first day of school, as he sets out for the coast in a dilapidated old truck. The truck, to be sold to a coastal museum, contain...

River to River, Florence, a bluesy Ramayana closes fest

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                                  To start with last things first, this highly varied Indian film week came to a rousing close on December 11 with a brilliant feature length animation entitled "Sita Sings The Blues"   SITA is the heroine of the Indian national epic known as the Ramayana, a tale close to the heart of every India...

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The LPK Kawanusa in Bali Indonesia as an institution in popular media has felt the necessity to carry out a community video festival and giving a Kawanusa Award.

Sita (and Nina) Sing the Blues, but not for Long

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Sita opened the San Francisco International Animation Film Festival this weekend, where I got to see it, and where director Nina Paley (check her blog) and Sound Designer Greg Sextro were in attendance for some q & a. IFC Film Center, New York, Sunday Nov. 9, 2008. Photo by Ken Levis. Paley introduced her movie, and having lived in the Bay Area before, she was awe-struck to be back introducing a movie she made. "It's really weird to be in this position. I've been to s...

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Kissed by a crocodile

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“…Is Bali every woman’s paradise or is it too good to be true ?”Kissed by a crocodile is a debut 1 hour documentary by independent Australian film-maker Wendy Dent.Love and sex in Bali – from genuine love relationships between western women and Balinese men, to gigolo affairs and the ‘crocodile’ Mafia of Kuta’s infamous nightclub district (scene of the 2002 terrorist bombings). A scintillating travel tale of a young Australian film-maker unmasking Bali’s biggest taboo, skillful...

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