Thursday, 23 February Film meets Art. Film Meets Art. When cinema was introduced initially it was not considered as an element of 'Art'. Our cinema world is inspired by various kind of paintings, statues, etc. Different artistic work has helped cinema in painting the screen, and also helping us position every element in front of the frame.
India & Ireland, film & more
Just the other day I re-watched the series finale for the 3rd time, so it was a bit hard to hear that voice and forget the Earl in place of the Viceroy. Chadha opens with a premise of giving Richard and Edwina the benefit of the doubt, depicting them as two decent, well-meaning if somewhat oblivious people, coming to India to do what they saw as a good thing. Hindus, Sikhs, Muslims, Punjabis, Bengalis and so on, all hard at work to keep the massive complex gleaming and the residents crisply dressed and fed. Some staff, by way of the access to the major political players they serve, find themselves with front row views of history in the making as they serve tea or show the Mountbattens their new home. But the eager anticipation of Jeet, Alia and the staff, indeed of the Mountbattens, soon vanishes as it becomes evident that India will be split, to make way for the Muslim nation of Pakistan. The riots and violence happening in the Punjab and Bombay and Delhi soon are mirrored in the staff compound, with fights and worse. I was, though, greatly surprised at the revelation of a document referred to in the film, wherein the nation of Pakistan was already envisioned by Winston Churchill and Co. The bit about having access to oil, the way it was placed there, felt somewhat tacked on and a rather glaring nod to our times. Have I seen this kind of thing before? A lot of the emotional weight for this relationship is carried on the shoulders of actor Manish Dayal The Hundred Foot Journey.
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My boyfriend is currently in his third year of medical school. But my relationship with him is worth this small sacrifice. They are just really convinced they are right. It would likely be seen as a trial in her life. I have feeling you stopped pursuing anyone unlikely to go for you. Unfortunately I've been sort of seeing a girl who is basically a real deal Mormon.
You can and should share with her why you don't and never will believe in the Mormon church, and let her decide for herself, but be prepared to have that blow up in your face. I know that when we have children I will be doing most of the work. This is a very delicate territory, so tread carefully. For whatever reason, none of them ever seemed that interested in me I freely admit this could have been cluelessness on my partand so never turned serious. Keep me posted, please.