Bouquet of 35 Films at JioMAMI ’15 | Part 3

This is the third post of four parts series Bouquet of 35 Films at JioMAMI ‘15.


Dheepan | Dir: Jacques Audiard | 110 mins.
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In the Shadow of Women | Dir: Philippe Garrel | 73 mins.
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Philippe Garrel’s infidelity drama is just a one-night stand

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Dhanak | Dir: Nagesh Kukunoor | 103 mins.
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Dhanak’s journey is as magical as the film’s story

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The Boy and the World | Dir: Ale Abreu | 80 mins
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This kaleidoscopic reflection on the losses of relentless economic growth carries the proud stamp of hand-tooled craftsmanship.

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Sholay | Dir: Ramesh Sippy | 162 mins.
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Do you think it’s needed?

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Angry Indian Goddesses | Dir: Pan Nalin | 119 mins.
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AIG wins Rome Film Fest’s People’s Choice Award

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Peddlers | Dir: Vasan Bala | mins.
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Three young people in Mumbai tangle lethally in a drama that only takes off towards the end.

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Monsoon Shootout | Dir: Amit Kumar | mins.
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A cunningly intricate first film from India, Monsoon Shootout combines the best of two worlds — a ferocious Mumbai cops and gangsters drama…

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