Lavanya Archive

Documentary Review: ‘Love Always, Mom’

Seldom do documentaries or movies hold your attention for every single moment as they move forward, but this is definitely one of those rare ones. A touching tale of a fighter, survivor, lover, mother and family, documentary ‘Love always, Mom’ holds your attention right ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘Coming To My Senses’

When destiny and life seem to look the other way, the only thing that works is faith in oneself. Directed by Dominic Gill, this documentary takes us through the ups and downs of life encountered by a strong man Aaron Baker. Adventurous and daring, ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘Mountain’

If mountains and music are among two of your favorite things, documentary ‘Mountain’ should be your next entertainer pick. Bringing mighty mountains and engaging narration, documentary maker Jennifer Peedom has succeeded in creating an excellent presentation on screen. With support of helicopters, go-pro cameras ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Con Is On’

Sarcasm, humor, suspense, strong storyline and talented cast blend together in this latest star-studded comedy movie ‘The Con is on’. Revolving around a high status jewel theft, con scheme and tricks full of status, power and money, this movie is an off-beat entertainer in ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘After Auschwitz’

A touching and inspirational look at history, documentary ‘After Auschwitz’ strives to display courage, determination, confidence and strength. It addresses the painful period of Auschwitz labor camps and Holocaust terrors that killed numerous people in the war among nations. This one-of-a-kind documentary revolves around ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘The Heart Of Nuba’

There could not be a more apt title for this documentary. A true humble doctor with love, care, concern and dedication for his job, Dr. Tom Catena defies all odds and stands as the heart of Nuba. Troubled with dangers of civil war and ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘The Homeless Choir Speaks’

An eye-opening documentary, inspirational and motivational at every level, ‘The Homeless Chorus speaks’ delivers a strong message to its viewers. When uncertain circumstances grip lives of several homeless individuals in San Diego, the documentary throws light over their efforts to use music as a ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘Hippocratic’

Beyond the professional badge of doctors and their oath to provide service to patients, doctors have a humble human residing in their hearts. Featuring this kindness nestled in a doctor taking care of the poor and underprivileged communities, documentary ‘Hippocratic’ is an excellent piece ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness’

An interesting title for a new-age movie, ‘God’s not dead: A light in darkness’ does turn interesting and engaging from the start. Third movie in the ‘God’s not dead’ series, this new project combines relations, religion, emotions and incidences into a powerful outcome. Slated ...Read More