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London Indian Film Festival

London Indian Film Festival happened from the 10-17th July across London. As I had volunteered a few months before at Sundance Festival London, I was excited to be amongst likeminded people again. 436 more words

Reflection Diary

Dabbawala

No no, dabbawala isnt an Aussie slang word. Dabbawala refers to a delivery person in India – picking up hot lunches from the homes/kitchens of a worker/employee in the late morning and then transporting and delivering said lunchbox to an office, and finally returns the empty lunchbox back to the customer’s home in the afternoon.   569 more words

Tourism

The Lunchbox

What a beautiful piece of art.  The Lunchbox is an Indian movie that touch my heart.  Sometimes we are surrounded by people and the loneliness feeling is bigger. 12 more words

Moods

Film Festival Diary - Day Two (19/7/2014)

13th Floor’s intrepid team – Steve Austin, Clayton Barnett and Veronica McLaughlin – are currently hunkered down in cinemas around central Auckland enjoying as much of the New Zealand International Film Festival as they can. 44 more words

Film Review

Film Review - The Lunchbox - 4 Stars

After reading a glowing review of the film The Lunchbox on Saturday, my husband and I were lucky to have his parents staying with us and they promptly offered to babysit so that we could see it together. 623 more words

Books & Ideas

Catching Up - The Lunchbox

Calling a movie pleasant sounds backhanded. I suppose there are times I’ve labeled a movie as merely pleasant in a manner to demean a picture. As if to imply it’s a decent way to spend time whose impact will immediately fade. 355 more words

The Lunchbox: It's emotionally filling

My wife and I rented the movie, “The Lunchbox,” tonight and we really loved it. An Indian film, it’s about lonely people, which I suspect is a pretty wide circle, and the pursuit of happiness. 32 more words

Films