“The huge expanse — the greyness everywhere — is a reflection of how we have alienated ourselves from society. The reactions of his family, the community at large and the trials and tribulations he faces, along with his son, who decides to accompany him on this wild goose chase is the rest of the film. That’s a beautiful sequence – where he still wants to nurture and revere life,” said Neena Verma, consultant. Grant, then embarks on a journey from Billings, Montana, to Lincoln, Nebraska, to claim the said million dollars. The way his wife, Kate, reacts to his hair-brained scheme of getting rich. by Amit Mehra
General speaks too muchBigg Boss 11: Hina Khan haters, here's a note for you from her boyfriend Rocky JaiswalQarib Qarib Singlle movie review: This Irrfan Khan and Parvathy starrer is peppy, fun and freshThe screening of 2013 black-and-white Nebraska, as part of The Indian Express Film Club at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, on Wednesday, left many in the audience pleasantly surprised. “When David (Woody’s son) gets dumped by his girlfriend, he still continues to water her plants. “It’s a film about relations, ageing, human bonding and hope. But in spite of the starkness and isolation, the takeaway from the film is the reverence for human life. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App And even though it’s set in the American Midwest, the themes are universal,” said Shubhra Gupta, The Indian Express film critic, who held a post-screening discussion. They fight with each other but there are these tender moments where she supports and stand up for him,” said Sangeeta Verma, government official. You keep driving through these straight highways and sometimes you only have telephone wires that keep you company,” says Vikram Behl, hospitality expert. 2017-11-10T00:05:46+00:00″>
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Shubhra Gupta. It was nominated for the Palme d’Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. The film directed by Alexander Payne, had Bruce Dern, Will Forte and June Squibb in lead roles. The film has, at its core, Dern’s character Woody Grant, who has been conned by a mail order service into thinking that he has a million dollars sweepstakes, which is in fact designed to fool people into buying magazine subscriptions. For many in the audience the film was about the loneliness and isolation that we all feel as we age. “It’s a film about spouses as well.