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A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities: The Bharatiya Janata Party-Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra hopes to enact a law to make it mandatory for multiplexes in the state to screen Marathi movies during the prime time slot of 6 to 9pm.
Several celebrities turned to Twitter to show their discontentment: Ritiesh Deshmukh: Cinema in every language should survive. I strongly believe every type of cinema should be protected, rather cultivated better. It's not a fight between Hindi and Marathi cinema. We live in one country. Rishi Kapoor: All kinds of cinema whichever language welcome providing content good. See what an English/Hindi film F&F7 is doing!Cinema has no language. Today theatre rentals so high difficult for weak films to survive irrespective of language. Case in point F&F7. Open field, anyone welcome. You cannot thrust anything on anyone zabardasti. If it is good it will survive otherwise..Cinema is also a business. Big monies involved. Ritesh Deshmukhs film in Marathi was a super hit. So were others. So welcome all. We are all equal here in cinema. May the best win! Kabir Bedi: Nothing wrong in CM @Dev_Fadnavis mandating multiplexes to show #MarathiCinema at prime-time, in one of their theatres. Anubhav Sinha: Regional Films must get proper and fair showcasing. Specially when Marathi Industry is making such wonderful films. Shobhaa De: I love Marathi movies. Let me decide when and where to watch them, Devendra Fadnavis. This is nothing but Dadagiri. Hansal Mehta: The government wants to enforce while our industry is happy to simply prostrate before the ministry and walk away with empty promises. Marathi films and all good, small films deserve a better deal from plexes. But must the govt interfere What about our 'industry leaders'
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The camera looks on unflinchingly as a woman is raped and beaten for several long, unrelenting minutes, and as a man has his face pounded in with a fire extinguisher, in an attack that continues until after he is apparently dead. That the movie has a serious purpose is to its credit but makes it no more bearable. Some of the critics at the screening walked out, but I stayed, sometimes closing my eyes, and now I will try to tell you why I think the writer and director, Gaspar Noe, made the film in this way.
Now consider \"Irreversible.\" If it were told in chronological order, we would meet a couple very much in love: Alex (Monica Bellucci) and Marcus (Vincent Cassel). In a movie that is frank and free about nudity and sex, we see them relaxed and playful in bed, having sex and sharing time. Bellucci and Cassel were married in real life at the time the film was made and are at ease with each other.
5. We know by the time we see Alex at the party, and earlier in bed, that she is not simply a sex object or a romantic partner, but a fierce woman who fights the rapist for every second of the rape. Who uses every tactic at her command to stop him. Who loses but does not surrender. It makes her sweetness and warmth much richer when we realize what darker weathers she harbors. This woman is not simply a sensuous being, as women so often simply are in the movies, but a fighter with a fierce survival instinct.
The fact is, the reverse chronology makes \"Irreversible\" a film that structurally argues against rape and violence, while ordinary chronology would lead us down a seductive narrative path toward a shocking, exploitative payoff. By placing the ugliness at the beginning, Gaspar Noe forces us to think seriously about the sexual violence involved. The movie does not end with rape as its climax and send us out of the theater as if something had been communicated. It starts with it, and asks us to sit there for another hour and process our thoughts. It is therefore moral - at a structural level. 153554b96e