Click here to read my FWA review of SLUMDOG as a PDF. 


Resting on the shoulders of 9 novices playing 3 characters @ various ages, SLUMDOG uses state-of-the-art tools and techniques from “first world” filmmaking to tell a “third world” story that respects real life in Mumbai while still providing audiences everywhere with a credibly upbeat ending. First truly great film of the new “flat world” — bravo!  Click here to read FF2 haiku.  Click here to read my full review for the Fund for Women Artists online.

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2 Responses to Film Review: SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE

  1. Slumdog Millionaire is as acerbic as it is clear-eyed about the brutal power dynamics in modern-day Mumbai. But, at the same time, what makes it so warming and what has been inspiring audiences all across the world to cheer at its rousing ending.

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