"The cinema of a country is often a visitor’s first introduction to the place," write filmmaker Devashish Makhija. "I imagined South Korea to be mostly as neo-noirish, cheeky and aggressive as its best cinema."
Enter a colony in a mid-town, and you’ll see open doors, people talking, women sitting and chatting, exchanging notes, about food, kids, life in general. We’ve begun to miss that in the cities, writes filmmaker Ashwini Iyer Tiwari.
The shifts of tones while blending a fictional, inter-faith romance with a historical natural disaster, the film suffers to some degree from the maker's romantic and idealistic ideas and thereby leaves you unsatisfied.