That Girl In Yellow Boots Movie Review

Starring :
Kalki Koechlin

Naseeruddin Shah

Prashant Prakash

Anurag Kashyap


1 hour 30 minutes


Ruth (Kalki Koechlin), an illegal immigrant in Mumbai, is refusing to return to England, unless he finds his father, the Indians, who abandoned his family when he was a child. It 'a massage parlor for its maintenance and does his best to fight the local goons who want to take advantage of his situation. When a drug addict who lives a boyfriend, does not seem too much comfort, but the presence of his father Naseeruddin Shah, one of its most loyal customers. Ruth was able to find his father? But above all, prove to be ideal for the father who had always dreamed of ....

Film Review: Always the unexpected, Anurag? Never, ever expected to fetch in the movie Maverick filmmaker and you'll rarely disappoint. For as Anurag really push the limits of modern Indian cinema truly believe in saying something new, something different, something meaningful. And yes, he still loves to shock and awe ....

Kalki search for her missing father is a sad story quixotic, twisted love and nostalgia with a climax that rattles. And it's a sordid and tragic history of incest and sexual abuse that are so integral to a society that still does not know how to treat women.

More importantly, the language of motion picture film that impressed. Kalki world - the apartment in poor condition, spoon massage parlor, romance, no passion, little immigration office - is a closed world, suffocating, with almost no ray of light. The only hope of the young woman determined to find her absent father. Kashyap much attention in the chassis and technology in the development of history and character that makes his films an artistic experience and healthy. A word about the performance of Kalki, literally gets into the skin of the protagonist and the evidence of the anguish of a lonely soul, lost without effort.


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