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Garbage, Qaushiq Mukherjee film is the only official Indian entry at the Berlin festival

February 20th, 2018 | by vBollywood Author
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Qaushiq Mukherjee, better known as Q feels he is an activist, not a filmmaker. The filmmaker was greeted with warm reception in his latest film Garbage. The film received at its world premiere at the Berlinale. He talked about how tough it is to make his kind of cinema — that is hard-hitting, disruptive and chaotic — and still that’s the only kind of cinema he is interested in making.

Garbage is the only official Indian entry at the Berlin festival (it’s playing at the Panorama section) is sometimes too in-your-face. All his films (beginning with Gandu, about a young rapper and his drug-and-sex-fuelled journey, which opened at the Berlinale in 2010) are bold and out there, they push boundaries. The director is not afraid to present naked bodies.

When asked if he isn’t afraid that he will get stuck with subjects that topline subversion, he says: “But this is all I want to do through my films”. “And some of us filmmakers (there’s a mini-van lit with a menacing red glow in Garbage too, like in Sanal Sashidharan’s S Durga; he put that image into his film without having seen Sanal’s film) are now sharing that intent. Isn’t that wonderful?” Q’s vision is indeed unique.

Photo courtesy :www.indianexpress.com

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