Ready to be non-Indian and superficial? This is a completely silly post idea, but let us share which historical period clothing is our favorite! In the historical film meaning, not like what they really wore when it was all smelly and stained and stuff. And I will switch to India for the 1960s and 1970s, because those clothes are AWESOMEContinue reading
HAPPY BIRTHDAY GENEVIEVE!!!! I got you just what you wanted, I watched Emma on Thursday and am reviewing it today. ENJOY!!!! (oh, and for other people, if you like gender issues and romance and pretty pretty pictures, you will enjoy this movie. It even has good songs!)Continue reading
So I’m watching the Pakistani show Heer and thinking about how much it is like Alcott’s An Old-Fashioned Girl. Which brings up the question, is Alcott or Austen more Indian filmi?Continue reading
I was going to write a really good interesting post today, and then my work computer decided to reboot with updates for 2 hours which killed my writing time. So instead you have to be happy with this completely silly narrow casting post. For those of you who are passionately in love with classic English novels, and also Shahrukh.Continue reading
Procrastinatrix said she wanted a review of the totally silly Christmas play my sister and I just saw (while wearing matching Christmas sweatshirts!). It’s essentially Pride and Prejudice fanfic, but well-written fanfic. So good in fact that I kind of want to end by suggesting a minor rewrite and casting for the Indian version.Continue reading
Remember way way back when I asked for suggestions/requests for Sunday posts? Pride and Prejudice (here) and North and South (here) were tops. And then neither of those posts ended up getting many views, so I sort of veered off that list. But I don’t have any fresh ideas this week, so I am veering back to it and taking the 3rd one down, Persuasion.