Movies are supposed to make you think. Joe B Carvalho makes you ponder on a singular question: ‘why?’ Why would a script so inane come to be made into a film? Sarit Ray writes
Bollywood masala remakes of Telugu and Tamil films have managed to give the south a bad rep. In such times, Pawan Kumar's Lucia, a Kannada film with English subtitles, comes as a redeemer.
There’s a saying in Hindi about how the taste of water and the language spoken changes with every new town or village in India. The same could be said of wedding rituals. Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam’s documentary (75 mins) looks like it’s been made for an international audience, but to its credit, it does not attempt to glamourise its subject.