40 Years Later, ’36, Chowringhee Lane’ Remains a Humbling and Honest Look at Humanity

MUBI Good souls leave their deprivations behind for service to others, opening their hearths and hearts even to passing strangers. Shouldn’t they be canonized as living examples of the Godliness we have in us? Alas, they are relegated to the background a little too often. In this tale, Violet Stoneham drips with the giggles, pensive […]

40 Years Later, ’36, Chowringhee Lane’ Remains a Humbling and Honest Look at Humanity

My essay on the all-time favourite masterpiece 36, CHOWRINGHEE LANE that I had previously published here on my blog in 2019, has now been included in SCREEN QUEEN’S gallery of immersive writings on cinema. I am really grateful for that to editor Chloe Leeson.

So read this one and share your thoughts.

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