Few people know this, but for an intimidatingly cerebral man, Adoor Gopalakrishnan is capable of withering wit, usually delivered with a mild face. Great Day, his first film as a trainee at the FTII, was, in fact, a kooky comedy involving a ... Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
Face-to-Face: The cinema of Adoor Gopala Krishnan; on a look at the master auteur - Financial Express, 2 weeks ago
Always on my terms - The Hindu, 2 months ago
History as we know is kinder to the dead. Perhaps Gopi or Bharat Gopy as he was popularly called knew it best. Reducing an artiste to an essay or article is trivialising his work as an art form but it's also best for keepers of legacy. And so it ...FilmFare.com, 3 weeks ago
In an oeuvre spanning over four decades and counting—from Swayamvaram (1972) to Pinneyum (released last month)—one of the central themes of Adoor Gopalakrishnan's films has been the ethical conflicts of men caught inexorably in the vortex of ...Outlook India, 1 month ago
'It took a 75-year-old director to teach the reformist set of Facebook users that Evil is not an aberration, but something that resides in the most regular seeming of human beings,' says Sreehari Nair. Adoor Gopalakrishnan is blessed with a 'sincere moustache'; the kind, John McPhee had once talked about. Adoor's moustache isn't thick, but is very carefully groomed. It used to once curl up at the ends slightly but now appears fairly linear. His utterances are modulated as they pass through the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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