A low-budget, low-art film, so canny it leaves you rivetted right till the end
Paradoxically, a film on the Indian media that shines only when the media is off-screen.
The humour and quiet elegance do work. But two-time Booker winner Peter Carey packs in so many characters and subplots that you’re exhausted.
I so look forward to the day when cultural activities in Pakistan can be judged on merit rather than the apparently astonishing fact that they exist to begin with.
Funny, relaxed and red blooded, Zadie Smith shows she’s much more than just a novelist.
The Marx Brothers were right. X’mas or not, there aint no ‘sanity clause’, not in book contracts.
A campy film about campus problems that is so much fun, it forgets the real issues it set out to critique.