Tag Archives: Midnight’s Children

July 03

Midnight’s Children – Deepa Mehta squashes generations into two hours. (SFF film review)

Most of what matters in our life, takes place in our absence. (Salman Rushdie from Midnight’s Children) It’s difficult to put your finger on what is “wrong” with Midnight’s Children, because all the ingredients are there for the making of a very brilliant film, and I can see decades into my own future, still no […]