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Rocky Hill, CT
Hometown: Rocky Hill

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January 21, 2014

What type (or country of orign) of film don't you care for?

I care for any movie which move us in someway or other. Be it entertainment, be it a social cause, be it drama, fiction, science fiction anything. Though I must admit I have a little bias over 'Drama' and had a little repulsion towards animation but with my wife's encouragement I am learning to get out of my blunt judgement and prejudice towards these genre of movies and learning to watch-think-analyze and then decide :-). Language is a barrier sometimes ( subtitles does not always give the feeling you need) but I am open to movies from all countries.

What is the last movie you REALLY enjoyed?

'Liberal Arts' directed by Josh Radnor .

How about favorite countries of orign?

USA, Iran, UAE , Spain ( I am a fan of films like 'Butiiful' starring Javier Bardem) India ( Not because of Bollywood Only but we made,make and will make good movies ), UK.

What are some of your favorite movies?

I have many favorites. Some of them are really excellent in many aspects. If I start I can be a long list. So I will save that for a future discussion. However I have two movies which till date are not displaced from any other movies from my all time BEST list. 1. Good Will Hunting ~ Directed by Gus Van Sant 2. Agantuk ( the Stranger) ~ Directed by Satyajit Ray


Rajarshi Das. 34. Software Engineer by profession. Incorrigibly optimistic in all aspects of life and a dreamer :-).


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