This is a deeply philosophical and heartrending film. The story is of a middle aged man who drives around to find someone that will bury him under a cherry tree after he commits suicide. The film pushes one to think of, and try to understand a few concepts we would usually reject.
The story is of a group of military cadets that crash-land on an island. Eventually, they have to form a hierarchy and set a system in place for survival. However, their differing ideals prompt them to split apart and descend into chaos.
This crime mystery directed by Akira Kurosawa is regarded as one of the classic examples of multiple perspective storytelling. The film explores various recounting of a certain incident of rape on a woman and the killing of the samurai husband.
This independent drama film by Anand Gandhi is an interwoven story of a photographer, monk and a stockbroker. This story poses ethical, moral and philosophical questions about life, death and deeds.
This legal drama follows the trial of an activist folk singer who is accused of being involved in a sewer worker’s suicide through his politically and socially-charged songs. This film is an eye opener of the bigotry and haphazardness in our judicial system and seemingly progressive society.
It tells the story of Kaliyappan, the last hangman of Travancore who is disparaging of his remaining life by consuming alcohol and self-destructing. His remorse is born out of the moral conflicts within himself and his son regarding the act of his job.
This film directed by Venkatesh Maha is an anthology story of four stages. These four unusual stories signify different ideals and odds against which goodness and love emerge. From a schoolboy crush to a middle aged office romance, this story spans a lot of different perspectives and emotions.
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