I love watching low budget independent movies, because I got tired of the Hollywood blockbusters that are all starting to look alike. This is a wonderful little gem of a movie that kept me hooked untill the ending. It is a love story about 2 Indian immigrants, in the United States, and their ambitions and careers are putting their real emotions to the test. I would definitely like to see some more work from Chandu Yarram in the future. I give this movie a well deserved 5 star rating and highly recommend it!
I had an amazing time watching this noir film at a film festival in my city. They don't make movie's like this one anymore. I liked everything in it: the plot is slightly complicated, but compelling; the characters are portrayed beautifully, by both some recognizable actors and the unknown ones; there is a Tesla angle in the story which makes me even more like the movie because I am a Serbian :) (Tesla was a Serbian too BTW); the movie leaves it up to the audience to fill in the gaps, so I guess that is the reason why some people won't like it as much as I did. I highly recommend the movie to all the detective/mystery genre fans, give it a chance, you won't be disappointed!
Adira is a movie about a young Jewish women, who seeking refuge from Gestapo, at the time of the World War II, hides on an abandoned farm. Even though she initially managed to runaway from the Nazis, her fight for survival was about to start, because the isolation lasted for three long years. I don't wanna write any more spoilers, but this historical drama combines some breathtaking scenery of nature, and very convincing and touching performance by Andrea Fantauzzi. Music in the movie is also beautiful and perfectly blends with the time of her loneliness in the German wilderness. I thoroughly enjoyed in this movie and I highly recommend it to all ages.