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(4983) 7.5 143 min 2019

The Sky Is Pink is a movie starring Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar, and Zaira Wasim. Based on the love story of a couple spanning 25 years and told through the lens of their spunky teenage daughter Aisha Chaudhary, who was diagnosed...

Zaira Wasim, Rohit Saraf, Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar
Family, Romance, Drama
Shonali Bose

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Family, Romance, Drama
Director Shonali Bose
Writer Juhi Chaturvedi, Shonali Bose, Nilesh Maniyar
Stars Zaira Wasim, Rohit Saraf, Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar
Country India, UK, USA, Canada
Also Known As The Sky is Pink, O Céu é Rosa
Runtime 2H 23M
Description The Sky Is Pink is the incredible love story of a couple spanning 25 years, told through the lens of their teenage daughter. She is sassy, sardonic, spunky....and dead. A fact she nonchalantly mentions at the very outset. "Get over it. It's quite cool actually. You'll see when you get here (which you do know you will right?!)" Unexpectedly humorous, warm. and heart-wrenching all at once as the magic of life and beauty of death manifest in one family's unusual, courageous journey in this 100% true story.

Top reviews

Friday, 27 Mar 2020 02:36

A very interesting film from a great director, Isabelle Huppert. A story of a father who abandoned his daughter, a young man who is a member of a feminist society, and a man who does not want to know his father's story. The story of this film is very interesting, as we follow two different stories of each character. The main protagonist, Michael, is a 23-year old artist who has to move out of his parents' house and start a new life. He moves into the apartment of a young man who wants to use his apartment for himself, in order to look for a better life. The main story of this film is a very simple one. When Michael arrives at his new apartment, he meets the young man's father who was a member of a feminist society and does not want his son to know about it. However, he is able to bring Michael to see his daughter and daughter's friend who is also a member of the feminist society. Michael becomes a member of the feminist society, and he is able to live with his mother. His mother starts to feel uncomfortable with his situation, but he is able to keep up with the other members of his feminist society. As a film, this film is very interesting. I really liked this film because it was very true to the real life that Michael and his friends face every day. The director is able to show us a story of how a man does not want to know his father's story and how his father attempts to help Michael in this situation. The only thing I did not like was the film's length, which is about one hour and a half. I think the film could have been longer. As a film, I give this film a 9/10. I recommend this film to anyone who likes independent films. If you like independent films, you should watch this film.
Thursday, 19 Mar 2020 16:59

In his sophomore film, director Sarah Polley plays a self-made, maverick DJ whose initial success is mostly based on the fact that her audience loves the music she plays. However, a series of seemingly unconnected events and the sudden death of her manager put her life into a complete tailspin. While the majority of the film is spent on her sobbing and trying to recover from the loss of her husband and the breakup of her DJ career, it's her childhood that really stands out. Her father was a preacher who was very interested in her future career, but ultimately abandoned her because he thought that she would get caught up in his struggles with alcohol. Now, the harsh reality is that the DJ she worked so hard to succeed is no longer with us, and so she has to go on her own and try to make the best of it. As the film progresses, we get to see a more relatable, more down-to-earth character, and even though the events are not always crystal clear, we can feel her struggles to get out of her shell and begin to work on her dreams. Polley never tries to fit the "typical" teenage love story into this film. She never goes for the cookie-cutter romance, nor does she fall back on the typical romantic comedies and the Disney/Pixar film style. Instead, she does what many films of her generation are doing these days: she works with real life characters who aren't perfect, and tries to put her heart into the script. She creates characters that aren't defined by their "good-guy-bad-guy" dichotomy, but are more like real people, and her results are all the better for it. While there are many superficial moments throughout the film, the ones that are the most important are the ones that are honest, real, and real. I especially liked the scene in which she is getting ready to go on a date with her ex-boyfriend's father. She tells him that she doesn't feel love for him, and that he needs to understand that she's not a bad person for not wanting to be with him, and that he needs to understand that he has the right to make the choice that he wants. This moment is heartwarming and a good example of how a film like this should be handled. The movie doesn't shy away from the tragedy of losing a loved one, but instead finds a way to deal with the aftermath of that loss. The movie isn't perfect. The beginning was a bit slow, and the ending wasn't as great as it could have been, but I think that's mainly because the movie is only 92 minutes long. The only other complaint I have is that there is no real way to see what happens after the first hour. In other words, if you don't see what happens at the end, you probably won't know what happened at the beginning. Overall, The Sky Is Pink is an emotional film, one that's mostly due to the characters. While most of the characters are not played with emotion, there are enough to really care about, and the acting is great all around. Although it's not as great as Polley's debut, the story is still quite interesting, and I would recommend this to any film lover. 8/10
Tuesday, 17 Mar 2020 08:07

After reading reviews of this movie and knowing it was a romantic comedy I was a little skeptical. After seeing it, I can't say I'm disappointed. I think most of the critics that called this movie terrible were giving it too much credit. I also think that the critics probably saw the movie through a filter. It's not a film that takes itself too seriously. The writing is subtle, with lots of subtlety. I don't want to spoil it, but there are moments that are so believable, you almost forget they are metaphors for the real feelings and feelings that the main character is feeling. The plot is predictable and has a bit of a predictable ending. I don't think the ending is completely in keeping with the whole movie, but it doesn't really matter. It doesn't matter if the ending is different or not, because it still works and it's believable. The actors do an excellent job, especially the main character. The music is excellent and it helps build the mood of the movie, and I think it's a great choice for the movie. The cinematography and the editing is also great. The sets and costumes are also great, and I love the way they depict the Royal Family. There are some important scenes in this movie that are absolutely amazing, such as the funeral of a Prince, the wedding of the Prince's brother, and the wedding reception for the Prince and Princess of Wales. I can't wait for the DVD to come out, and I hope they do a full length film on this one. I think it is a great movie and I recommend it to everyone.

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