The Perfection isn’t your regular rape-revenge drama, in that it is much more disturbing and terrible than can be imagined.
The Lover (L'Amant) is a French drama film that engages the audience in a conversation on sexuality, race, and class in a French colony in Indochina.
Njān Sānjo (I’m Sānjo) documents the life of a dynamic young man named Sanjo in a transphobic suburban locality.
With classics like Snow White and Sleeping Beauty being revisited and a re-imagined from a feminist perspective, or at least from a different vantage point, it is regretful that Aladdin, despite being well-meaning, remains entrapped within the shackles of its dated storyline.
In Naachiyaar, Jyothika remains the focused officer dealing with the investigations and the movie shows the broken bureaucratic tangles that entail the juvenile justice system.
Uyare is the story of Pallavi who gets involved in a toxic relationship, survives an acid attack and fights to get back the life that had been snatched away from her.
Teeth is a Hollywood film which depicts and subverts the myth of vagina dentata.
15 August is all about how liberty, love, and equality are also inclusive in a society and are not just a part of national revolutions.
If you want a movie that honestly portrays loss, female friendships, growing up and self-love, watch Someone Great.
The documentary Father Son and Holy War (1994) chronicles the journey after the Babri Masjid demolition and the impact it had on citizens.