I love the way the memory flashbacks look. Some really nice cinematography throughout. Unfortunately I think the acting rarely rises above the page and weighs the piece down too much. A great concept for a short but it could easily be much shorter.
Loved this short film! The Bollywood music in the NYC opening sequence makes a perfect match. The mixing of formats adds to the director's eclectic approach. Hesh Sarmalkar, the actor playing Raj is solid and convincing, though I dare not say the same about Sanjay Chandani who lacks credibility on his role of homesick Vivek. Overall a great piece to watch!!!
A short film about two people bonding over collective memories amidst a globalised world. Strikingly combines various film formats, manual focus and ponderous editing to reflect the rapidly changing and expanding world we live in.
shot beautifully, with a lot of interesting details ( the stills, and the dream like footage from the protagonist's hometown...), the metaphor of the convergence of the rivers and the meeting between the two men is interesting, but the acting and the storyline overall do not live up to the other good details.