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Mahesh Pailoor's film is appreciably relaxed around matters of age and race, yet - as a missing-cat subplot suggests - it's somewhat underpowered.
The drama that unfolds from that gambit is too tepid to make the perpetrator's redemption, let alone the fulfillment of his artistic vision, anything to root for.
Mahesh Pailoor's accomplished first feature, written with his wife, Anu Pradhan ...
Gaining in astringency as it goes along, "Brahmin Bulls" avoids the formulaic version of this story, in which the stubborn son learns from the more experienced father.
Even the most cynical viewers will find this more satisfying than the usual formulaic dramas that clog up the multiplexes.
It's a slight film but an unfussy one that offers warmth, wisdom and gentle comedy.
Mahesh Pailoor's slow-paced drama... might have sounded good on paper, but the father-and-son reunion plays like a glossy, mediocre TV movie.
Slow-paced, quiet, and thoughtful, Mahesh Pailoor's "Brahmin Bulls" is an unusual film.
A sincere but forced drama about an estranged father and son struggling for common ground as they vent a laundry list of old wounds seeking salve.
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