How to subvert expectations through wicked sense of humor, in That Girl In Yellow Boots.

If I had to complain about the writer and director Anurag Kashyap’s That Girl In Yellow Boots, it would be thay most of the time is spent on making the lead empathetic. That was my view against the film until the credits started rolling. But as you ponder about the film, it belittles your thinking when you slowly develop how sharp Anurag is in his film. He is so well aware of your expectations and thought process while going through this film, that he leaves so many bread-crumbs like innuendos for you to collect and just be delighted. This is smart writing. Smarter filmmaking. 

Posted by:Arth

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