High five Movies

My favourite movies are...

‘In The Mood For Love’

‘In The Mood For Love’  

Kiran Raj M, a research scholar from Malappuram, sends in his top five movies

In The Mood For Love

A Wong Kar-wai masterpiece. A stunning blend of art, visuals and music, the dream-like sequences take the viewer on a journey to realise the intricacies of love, loss and loneliness.

Manchester By The Sea

‘Manchester By The Sea’

‘Manchester By The Sea’   | Photo Credit: AP

Kenneth Lonergen’s directorial venture on how grief eats up the life of a janitor (Casey Affleck). When his deceased brother makes him the legal guardian of his son, he has to confront the places and people from which he ran away.

Grave Of The Fireflies

‘Grave Of The Fireflies’

‘Grave Of The Fireflies’  

Against the backdrop of American bombings in Japan during the Second World War, a brother tries to take care of his little sister when they lose everything. The film shows that anime can evocatively portray emotionally captivating stories.

Iruvar

‘Iruvar’

‘Iruvar’  

Loosely based on the life of two giants of the Tamil Nadu film industry and politics, it tells a story of friendship, love and ideological clashes. The Mani Ratnam flick with brilliant frames by Santosh Sivan and music by AR Rahman have fine performances by the cast.

Guppy

‘Guppy’

‘Guppy’  

A feel-good story about a teenager and the conflicts in his life. It portrays how love and compassion bond people.

Readers can send in their top five movies to frkerala@thehindu.co.in. The write-up should not exceed 250 words. Include phone number as well

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