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The 89-minute production was shown at the 2016 Vancouver International Film Festival and is directed by Matthew Miele, best known for 2013’s “Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s,” and Justin Bare who wrote and directed the impending “Coked Up!” documentary about Coca-Cola.
Neither does your heart beat for them nor do you get teary eyed when they are separated. Aesthetically, it is a treat though.
"Mirzya" is a very simple yet extremely layered love legend. The lovers here face what lovers everywhere have faced since love was discovered in the human heart.
he film is not as exciting as a one-day cricket match. Instead, it is like a Test series that definitely touches the right nerve.
"Banjo" has traces of films like "ABCD" and the obstacles in their path to make it big seem forced too, but it is the simplicity of the theme, which redeems it to an extent