dipesh parmar

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Location: Brighton
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Fascinated by anything creative, a huge fan of music and film. Mostly interested in the more experimental/left-field strands of music and film.

Huge interest in Music, Film, Art, Architecture, anything creative. Always doing something, never sit still!

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,089 - Total Helpful Votes: 832 of 1029
Two Days, One Night [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Marion Cotillard
Two Days, One Night [DVD] DVD ~ Marion Cotillard
How far would you go to keep your job? This is the dilemma facing Sandra (Marion Cotillard) in ’Two days, one night’, the new film by Belgian directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne.

The company is struggling, and Sandra’s foreman Jean-Marc (Olivier Gourmet) has been trying everything to sack her to cut costs. He’s engineered a vote where the staff either relieve Sandra of her duties but in return receive a €1000 bonus or she can stay on the payroll and they get nothing. Sandra has only a weekend to convince her colleagues to keep her in employment. She’s been on leave for depression, so this new situation is not good for her rehabilitation. Aided by her doting husband Manu… Read more
Green Language ~ Rustie
Green Language ~ Rustie
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Rustie's kaleidoscopic debut `Glass Swords' debut was a showcase of light emitting excess that was often brilliant, but let down by just way too many ideas for anyones ears to process unless you were a teenager.

So will Rustie give his young fans more of what they want on his new album `Green Language', or pipe things down for old gits like me? He's decided to do neither by mostly abandoning his maximalist approach for something more pop-friendly. The dreamy opening `Workship' and `A Glimpse' are stripped so far back that they lose any of the impact and creativity we are accustomed to from Rustie, leaving you with two undemanding synth tracks. Its not till the breathless 'Raptor'… Read more
Child's Pose [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Luminita Gheorghiu
Child's Pose [DVD] DVD ~ Luminita Gheorghiu
Romanian director Calin Peter Netzer’s ‘Child’s Pose’ is a drama about a rich, dysfunctional family in Bucharest, where one incident unravels the very fabric that holds them together.

Cornelia (Luminita Gheorghiu) is the controlling mother who dominates this film, an architect with the right connections thanks to her businessman husband Aurelian (Florin Zamfirescu). She is estranged from her son Barbu (Bogdan Dumitrache), and blames Barbu’s girlfriend Carmen (Ilinca Goia) for this separation. In fact, she spends most of her time bemoaning everyone in her family, completely blinkered to the fact that she’s probably most at fault for creating such a hideous family structure… Read more

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