How to not succumb to the lazy, the obligatory note of the music, and create one melodious rhythm to hum with, in October.
It’s an example of pure high quality filmmaking. I don’t know where to start from but that’s the beauty of this film. It is so complete, honest and expressive in its behavior, that by the end of the day, the by product of the world starts serving up its characters. They start explaining to us what the characters are like. The film twists and turns the burden of a human being residing in and among the society. The social responsibility though is quickly overshadowed and the questioning elements are pedalled as the characteristics, nature of the characters. But mind you, this is not something that would be on the nose. Not only it requires patience, but an open heart that is paid off in the last frame of the film. The innuendos suggested with a plethora of ideas and implanting various questions in your head are answered. And not to get it wrong, that you’ll have to work for it, but it is served, patience is all it asks. For flowers only bloom at a particular month, it is, in the director Shoojit Sircar’s, October.