Nagaland, journey through the choir of clouds - a movie on Nagaland culture and practice of system and network among the people. When I watched it, I like the intro, but suddenly my enthusiasm went low when I saw the Kohima part. It was as though the director (Jim) was in some kind of hurry. So I thought the whole movie is going to spoil the mood because of this behavior of the film.
But as I continued watching, I liked the idea of showing so many places and I understood why the director or the script writer kept a fast pace. The culture of Nagaland is diverse. And also the way of living. The film impressed me a little because it was showcased a little bit. I got lots of information about Mokokchong and nearby villages.
The songs are great and the music score is awesome. But camera work is little shabby. The anchor (Schyler) is also looked little bemused at some parts of the film. Not very professional. But overall, enjoyed the movie and I think the places are very well portrayed. Keep up the good work team!!
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