Chastain is reluctant to publicly discuss her family background; she was estranged from Monasterio and has said that no father is listed on her birth certificate. Her sister Juliet died by suicide in following years of drug abuse. I [grew up] with a single mother who worked very hard to put food on our table.
Reception[ edit ] Raja Sen of Rediff gave a 5 star rating to the soundtrack calling it a "A strikingly flavourful and headily authentic collection of quirky music". The marketing of Gangs of Wasseypur was noted for its uniqueness.
Gamuchaa thin traditional East Indian towel was taken to Cannes, the Gangs of Wasseypur team danced on the streets wearing red gamchhas, after the Cannes Film Festival and has been making public appearances in them ever since.
While most music launches in India happen with a big party in a 5-star banquet hall in a Delhi or Mumbaiand formal announcements before the press, the music of this film, was launched in Patna.
In another effective way of building the world of Wasseypur for the audience, a fictitious newspaper was made available online which was named Wasseypur Patrika.
While all sorts of weapons have been used in the film, this is the best thing one could give as memento. Watch it for its sheer cinematic pleasure!
Jha of IANS gave the movie 4 out of 5 stars, saying that "Brutal, brilliant, dark, sinister, terrifying in its violence and yet savagely funny in the way human life is disregarded Gangs of Wasseypur is one helluva romp into the raw and rugged heartland.
Not to be missed. It has all the trappings of an entertainer, but with a difference. The film prides itself with substance that connects with enthusiasts of new-age cinema.
But, I wish to restate, one needs to have a really strong belly to soak up to a film like Gangs of Wasseypur.
Also, this striking movie-watching experience comes with a colossal length and duration. The reactions, therefore, would be in extremes.
Gangs of Wasseypur is for that segment of spectators who seek pleasure in watching forceful, hard-hitting and gritty movies. Despite its occasionally indulgent narrative, this bullet-ridden saga is worthy of a repeat viewing, if only to catch all its nuances. Gangs of Wasseypur — Part 2 will definitely be a film eagerly awaited!
Devour part one in the meantime! This first of a two-part film, is ambitious indeed; showing promise of brilliance in parts, but not bullet-proof to flaws. Gangs of Wasseypur is a heavyweight knockout punch. Hot and sweet and different. If you love those hinterland mafia movies, this is definitely for you.
Kashyap gets flavour, setting and character right, but the lack of economy cripples the film. There is a lot of gunfire, but like the fine actors populating its sets, Wasseypur fires too many blanks.
And, of course, it is like all mythologies are supposed to be. Referring to the violence and pace of the film she says "Gangs of Wasseypur puts Tarantino in a corner with its cool command of cinematically-inspired and referenced violence, ironic characters and breathless pace".
Calling the film "the love child of Bollywood and Hollywood," she felt the film was "by turns pulverizing and poetic in its depiction of violence. The collections were good all over. Gangs of Wasseypur held up week two but with low collections.
There are several differences in the film which contradict actual documented events most notability the character of Faizal Khan based on Faheem Khan who dies in the climax.
Faheem Khan is currently in jail in Hazaribagh and has been sentenced to life imprisonment.
Most of the gang wars were between the gangs of Wasseypur, not with the Singhs, who had been instrumental in instigating these wars, but never participated in them. In real life, the victim was a local Hindu girl and the kidnappers were a few goons from Wasseypur.
The members of the Singh family ultimately had to threaten the entire Wasseypur community to return the girl in 24 hours. The girl was eventually returned as the Singhs were regarded in the village with might and fear. In the film, Fazloo is killed and dismembered by Faizal Khan.
In real life, Sabir Alam and Faheem Khan were childhood friends turned enemies.T he year turned out to be somewhat of a rejuvenation after the comparatively weak offerings of Although Korean films did not win any major awards from top-ranked festivals in , as they had the previous year, the films themselves provided a much broader range of quality.
I was lucky enough to see this modern marvel of a film at the Sundance film festival. Well edited and seamlessly structured, this film pays a true homage to the art of making a documentary, and to a man that society didn't know they needed until he came along on their television screens.
With some moments of brilliance and a superb idea, it almost becomes a smashing success – but a few unfortunate flaws make it miss the mark. Substitute teacher Pierre Hoffman (Laurent Lafitte. PRIMO, the largest independent national magazine for and about Italian Americans, provides quality journalism on Italian American history, heritage, and achievements.
PRIMO discusses topics of importance to Italian Americans with articles on Italian art, language, travel, food and wine. The Sundance Film Festival wrapped up its festival over the weekend, and for the third year in a row a single film swept the top two prizes.
Fruitvale Station did it in , and Whiplash repeated the feat in (before going on to earn five Oscar nominations). Banking on its festival success, many of the fans are rooting for a film they've never seen before.
Instead, they're assured of its brilliance by the few trailers, clips and press conferences that.