Postscript

Postscript
Finnish auteur Aki Kaurismäki uses the absurd to frame displacement in his cinema.
This personal essay explores the competing and complementary semantics of “home” in the context of the recent protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and the National Register of Citizens.
A documentary film on the life of Kaifi Azmi views the poet’s work and life as a cultural product, and as an embodiment of “the personal is political.”
Joker explores the manifestations of capitalism while it flips the dualities of the criminal and the just, the funny and the macabre, and the sane and the insane.
In this account of the protests in Chennai against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and National Register of Citizens, important questions about the nature of dissent and who is allowed to protest are...
Women’s safety is not an alien concept to the Mullu Kuruma, a deeply patriarchal tribe in rural Kerala.
Impropriety and unethical treatment at the workplace leaves young employees in a tricky position—suffer silently or speak up and jeopardise one’s career.

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