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“good Movies “ To Watch During Lockdown ?

Discussion in 'Movies' started by anika987, Apr 17, 2020.

  1. Mistt

    Mistt IL Hall of Fame

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    Yes, all his films are worth watching. He started his career as a dialogues writer then turned into director.
    His best movies are:-
    Nuvve Nuvve
    Athadu
    Jalsa
    Julai
    Khaleja
    S/O Sathyamurthy
    Athharintiki daredi
    A Aa
    Ala vaikuntapuram lo
    Aravinda Sametha

    You can watch movie A Aa Here
     
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    gknew Gold IL'ite

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    Thank you.
    But that video doesn't have English subtitles:(
     
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    Trance malayalam movie was superb and i loved fahad's acting. The thing i love about malayalam movies is they are realistic and the plot line is excellent.
    I want to watch varane avayshamund....
     
  4. Mistt

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    Oh! Sorry, I thought of you understand Telugu without subtitles.
     
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    Laks09 Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    I watched Thappad. I'm a little disturbed(a lot actually). Haven't been able to sleep last night. I'm wondering if I can ever be that parent that supports their daughter instead of helping her make it work because even if it is a big deal for her today, in the grand scheme of things, I think it's not a big deal. When can I stop trying to teach and correct my daughter and become the mother who can support without trying to nag/correct/change her mind etc. What if she makes the wrong decision and later regrets it? Won't I feel guilty not having intervened when I could? When and how do moms make the transition from parent to supporter and is it always a hard transition? My Mom hasn't stopped mothering me yet and I wonder what would it be like if she hadn't let go after I got married. Even now, things that she can influence, like putting kids first, forgetting about career, what's more important for my kids etc keep coming my way in small and not so small doses. Since I'm always in agreement with her POV things have run smoothly for us. What if my daughter makes choices I can't understand or agree with? How will I support then?

    One movie, all these doubts........ Has to be a good one.
     
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    Dear @Laks09 ,

    Watched that movie just yesterday! well made movie - raised a lot of questions in my mind too. While I have no answers, I liked the way her dad tells her - "we only get to know if something is right or wrong in retrospect. How do you feel deep in your heart right now - do that" how many of us have that depth, willing to say if I made a mistake with my stance I will accept the consequences etc and I think it is important to be able to identify the ego part of our behaviour. I think the director has brought that out really well, in the stand the heroine takes.

    Never thought I will comment on a movie but here I am - also trying to get DH to watch :)
     
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    Dear @Laks09,
    You don't have to think that far. All you can do is bring a sense of clarity in your daughter, at any time don't tell her that it is okay to get hit and that it is her fault that she got hit. Make her as independent as possible, when I say independent I am not talking about pseudo feminists - the ones who refuse to do chores. Let her make mistakes, don't always say "you don't know how to do it, I WILL DO IT FOR YOU", unless the task is life threatening, always encourage her to try new stuff and not seek permission for everything. Don't assume she should take initiative especially when you are discouraging on stuff she is doing. Assist her, don't do it for her. Many parents abuse kids and get away under the pretext of discipline, this turns the kids to rebel, sometimes they end up on the wrong path. I haven't watched that movie, but I think it is very hypothetical situation. And many have pointed that it's not the slap, but the situation surrounding the slap that made the woman take such a drastic decision.
    Yes every parent, even liberal ones will think twice before suggesting separation. An abuser will cover his or her tracks in public, they don't do it openly - unless they are so powerful , like a dictator or someone holding the reins on everyone.
    Just don't think too much into it. Just make her independent, yet caring and loving towards spouse. And pray. Don't worry. You will know to do when things come up in general and so will she.
     
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    True! One thing I'm unable to do is detaching completely from the decision making process without injecting my ideas in there. Hopefully, I'll get to this level soon.
    Thank you for your FB. I wasn't talking about the scenario in the movie, but things in general when kids become adults. I must have mentioned my DD because she is older but this is relevant to sons and daughters. I believe it's not easy to stand by and watch life altering decisions especially if one truly believes it is detrimental. Thought provoking movie for sure. I would want to be that parent but it's ain't easy.
     
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    From a parents pov , no sane parent will give a green signal because - they don't want to look like they hastened the whole process, they are not like families in the west where the kids stay separate from parents and lead their own life, our society is okay with divorce now but getting remarried isn't that easy. And yet women need to make seemingly unfavorable decisions for their own mental health and happiness, even if the parents do not agree. For that they themselves should be confident and not seek any association with parents. If he/she cannot be self-reliant then the harsh truth is to accept life as it is. As a parent the best a person can do is not punish their kids for taking a life altering decision and force them to go against their will. Parents should cajole and try to convince, not make decisions for their kids after a certain age and marriage. Influencing is okay but not rubbing decisions on others.
     
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    Kapoor &son's ,big brother,raazi are one time watchable movies.
    Watched Peranbu..it emotionally drained me out...not for emotionally week people..but Acting and cinematography is worth mentioning.
    Watched lots of malayalam movies. In the whole Indian movie industry ,Mollywood seems to have a realistic approach towards movie making and very fine actors.
    Manoharam ,vikruthi are all developed from small topic but so realistic.
     
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