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Tandem Narrative movie with flash back:Robin Das

Making of a  Fractured Tandem Narrative movie with flash back is a complicated job i have done in ORAJNOITIK NOY(POLITICS).The 117 min feature film also hooked the 4th dimensional impact in life.

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PROBLEMS in Low budget Movies:
“Using non-professional actors in a fictional movie is a high-risk business. There is a danger that they will, paradoxically, not look “real”, or that they will look real and that their authenticity will somehow expose the fiction and creativeness of the rest of the film”,but i use them and won international recognition.I also upgrade them to work with me as producer.

Trying best but try again:
My movies is shooted in guerrilla style with low budget.My debut feature film(Ek Paye Royecho Dariye(And Lost Soul),2012.Fiction.91min.) bagged official selection to Festival De Cine De Bogota(FIAPF) 2012,Golden Aphrodite – First Feature Films Premieres, Special screening to Cairo Film Festival 2012 its market.
My 2nd Feature Film “Orajnoitik Noy”.
Feed Back from International film word:”your work was able to transport us to the distant future, the forgotten past, and worlds most people could not even imagine. Whether you screen at Slamdance is ultimately irrelevant; you are vital to the health and spirit of this industry, and the most important thing is that you never let anyone else’s “no” deter you from your work. Yours in cinema”,:- Slamdance Film Festival Programming Team.

Orajnoitik Noy (2013) – IMDb

and Indian Society :It is the women of the society who bears the brunt when it comes to a socio-political change that is to happen and there is anarchy all around.They fall victim to the lawlessness and disorder. The film talks about the conflict that arises when money determines ideologies and the non-linear structure of the film helps to establish the constancy of a sense of injustice in different referred periods of time. The dance of Shiva shown here, as depicted in Indian mythology denotes the destructive forces bringing the fall. But demolition of old, makes way for new. A hopeful ending of the film leaves the audience with a dream of a cleaner society.

 


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