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JIHADISTS*, France 2016, Francois Margolin and Lemine Ould M.Salme

  Decades ago the distinguished German philosopher Juergen Habermas identified in a seminar in New York as one of the principle problems of advanced industrial society its inability to develop  a plausible belief system or renew an existing one which provides motivating symbols and is grounded in interpersonal communication. Its absence can certainly be noted when observers of conflicts with radical movements often labeled as terrorist deplore our vacuum of ideas which could overcom...

Baby, Review: Premature

Baby, Review: Premature A Wednesday director Neeraj Pandey’s film Baby was previewed for the press on Thursday. It is made under his Friday Films banner and reunites Akshay Kumar with Pandey, after Special 26. Baby is an espionage action-thriller, in a genre similar to his earlier two outings, but much bigger and more ambitious in span. Ajay Singh Rajput is a leading officer in an elite counter-intelligence unit of 16 men, informally called ‘Baby’, because they have a time ...

Notes From The New World - Trailer 2

 “Notes From The New World” (a feature length film) is a contemporary retelling of Dostoevsky’s novella which unfolds in Los Angeles of 2011 where dreams and harsh realities collide. It is a place where almost everyone spies on everyone else, and everyone seems to be playing a dangerous game. Steven is torn between the loves of two women, each of them pretending to be somebody else. The danger only intensifies ...

Down and Across

Director: Brandon Boudreaux & Erick Dozier.
A middle-aged mail room clerk and crossword aficionado, Robert Cunningham, overhears a terrorist conspiracy in midtown Manhattan one afternoon. His desire to be good citizen drives him to obsession as he follows the believed terrorist throughout the city. Meanwhile a police detective attempts to discover who the mysterious person is that keeps calling the NYC Safeline and leaving vague messages about snipers and plans to shoot people. Did Robert really hear what he thought he did and if so can he stop it when no one will believe him

khudakushi-Bird of Prey

Director: Rakesh Mehta.
Young Imran in search of a job meets Wali Sheikh and gets impressed by his lifestyle. Little did he know that Wali Sheikh is working as sleeping cell for terrorist organization. Wali Sheikh living under a trauma of imparity and injustice has his own reason to make a free space for muslims in India. In pathetic circumstances around him Imran ask Wali Sheikh to help him to get a job but Wali Sheikh justifies that to work for a better cause to make a better space for Muslims in Society than work for petty jobs, that makes Imran brainwashed and it changes his approach towards life and society. That makes the whole family worries for their eldest Son Imran. Wali Sheikh and his mentor Bhaijaan are working on a longtime plan to blast the CST in Mumbai,but in a week before their planned act the members get caught by Police, now all the responsibilities comes on to Wali Sheikh to make it last minute success. Wali Sheikh convinces Imran to accompany him to place a bomb. Imran apparently agrees to be a part of the plan. The life at home takes new twist for Imran..the results of his act may jeopardizes whole family’s life. Tensed imran leaves the home with Wali Sheikh but something else is waiting for him…..

Black Men Can Swim

  Abdul and Nora come from two different countries and two different cultures, but find a common bond at the gym with a zany cast of regulars.

"The War Within" Generates Controversy At Troia FF

Wednesday, June 7---The political thriller THE WAR WITHIN, which is being shown as part of the American Independents competition at the Troia International Film Festival, has been generating controversy and much discussion. The film, directed by Joseph Castelo, tells the unsettling story of a young Pakistani man who is sent to New York City to be a suicide terrorist. His target is New York's beautiful Grand Central Station, a Beaux Arts train station right in the heart of Manhattan. The Paki...
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