Happy New Year world!!!
Yesterday, questioncurl and I curled up on her couch, ate Bailey's Irish cream ice cream and watched Mr. and Mrs. Iyer. I liked the movie in a odd way it made me think, and the images are still being replayed over and over again in my mind. Everything was so well defined in the movie: muslim, hindu, adult, child, man and woman and somehow because the roles were so well defined the boundaries between the different labels got blurred and became redunadent. I like Konkona Sen Sharma as an actress, she was not only able to convey her emotions to the present circumstances but also her emotions to the future, the past -- her hopes, her fears, her expectations -- it was a clever move by the director to realise that we don't exist in just one time but it's much more three dimensionall. Rahul Bose is as always wow. He's one of those people who has a quality where they are so attractive that they become almost repulsive -- his face is definitely going to be haunting me for sometime.