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An outwardly happy Australian couple journey to Calcutta to collect their adopted baby, but on arrival find that the arrangements have yet to be finalized. Soon, the intoxicating mystic power of the Indian city pulls them in separate and unexpected directions, and the vulnerability of their marriage begins to reveal itself. Written by
This post is about the movie The Waiting City, I just finished
watching. It is a story of a mystic- love that how an Australian couple
come to an unknown land to search for a baby to adopt and finally the
couple discovered how much they love each other. They surprisingly
become a part of the culture, faith and the society. I am surprised to
see the acting of Radha Mitchell,and Joel Edgerton, they did very well.
I see Indo-English corroborated films by Mira Nair,Deepa Mehta, Daisy
von Scherler Mayer, Vic Sarin, Wes Anderson and so many directors but
Claire McCarthy, she really did a good work. No Indian film maker can
think such movie to their point of view of Indian travelers.
The cinematography of the movie is not satisfactory in the sense of
motion picture. It seems like the film is made for television short
screen. But overall the film scored very well. I see Samrat Chakrabarti
in his other films but in The Waiting City he did very well as a
porter. The same story and the same film could be more breath taking by
working on the cogitate. Wish all the best for the future projects.
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