Audience speak...of the Kriti Film Club screenings!

This post will carry on an ongoing basis, comments from members of the audience (names are not included as a respect to privacy) who write in our record book at the KRITI FILM CLUB screenings through the year...

The Lightning Testimonies, by Amar Kanwar (23rd Feb'08)
As a woman, it made my blood boil! Films like this make a difference - but need to be accessible to people...
A very vocal expression. At a pace that matches the content perfectly - often rare in docus on "burning issues"...
A good experience of watching a film in a close, controlled space. Even though I quite agree with what Kanwar said that its not a film that one would want to "discuss: but its always good to watch such a film with the director present. looking forward to the next screening...
What a way to experience 23rd Feb 2008. A little different from the film fests I've been to. This environment with limited audience and personal interactions helps the film create a little more impact than it usually does. Liked the whole concept...
A movie dealing with the issue of sexuality and its place in society what people think about it. How it becomes a target of rage of the mob to prove a point that the ravisher becomes the victor. The best part of the film for me was the depiction of the play draupadi that shows a way out of dreaded sexuality, that all of us are a part of as human beings...
What a senstive way of discussing an issue which is bound to raise questions. The way it talks to the audience is unique. I have hardly seen this kind of diversity but a same issue. Thank you for taking me along on this journey...
Enjoyed the screening. Request you to add me to your mailing list...
My first screening hereand am really impressed with the choice of films and hope the same continues as a personal preference..so i become a regular face at your future features...
I think words won't be enough to express what all thoughts are coming in my mind, conflict which has been there for a long time, and this film brings some of them to conscious focus..continue with my musings, until next time...
Bullets and Butterflies, by Sushmit Ghosh (15th Mar 2008)
...a very gutsy movie to make. great camera angles.
...really really liked the film! very innocent, bearutiful and a feel good film! really hope you go places!
...good film with great camera angles. I actually liked the last scene, seemed more like the climax of the film "400 Blows"!

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