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Sudhanshu Patwardhan

Good review. The film tackles a very difficult subject- especially in India, even today, I suspect. Dealt very maturely and sensitively. Seen from the lens of kids, it comes across as a genuine story of discovery and imminent metamorphosis. Marathi cinema is giving such gems regularly now- very heartening. One little complaint: was it really necessary to start from Present and then flashback into the 80s? Or do the film makers feel that the audience need to be given today's reference point, taken back a couple of decades, and then circle back to today to give a sense of completion. A bit contrived, I feel.

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