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Come December (2006)

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Mr. Sharma
Hayley Cleghorn ...
She
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Bobby Darling
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Dr. Suresh Shah
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Natasha
Aushim Khetarpal ...
Kamal Maharshi ...
The Gay
Mohini Manik ...
The Lesbian
Jaipreet Nagra ...
Samir
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P P Agarwal
Ajay Kumar Verma ...
He
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A Tale Of Two Dark Lives See more »

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Drama

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12 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Pick Me  »

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INR 5,000,000 (estimated)
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Film Maker: How hard was it for you to sell your body on the streets?
He: Very hard, Because you never know what you are going to pick up from the streets and bring home.
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DESPERATE CRY
Written by Faisal Saif
Performed & Produced by ARJ
Courtesy: ARJ Group
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Worth Watching
13 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Come December opened on 12th November as US Premiere at Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival tells the story of a Documentary Film Maker from India-Mumbai, Who is making a Documentary film on Homosexuals living secretly in India. Due to the pressure from society, They are scared to come up with their identities. This documentary Film maker's own brother was a Gay. And he committed suicide.

The style and narration of this film reminds of Faisal Saif's earlier film Jigyaasa (Indian-Hindi Language). This is the second feature film that is seen from the eyes of a Documentary Film Maker. The film goes with the same flow and grammar of his last film. But here a story told in a very very Dark and disturbing format. The film claims to be based on real life incidents and treated in compact locations makes worth a view! The film also said to be banned by Indian Censors for two times.

Performancewise Aushim Khetrapal is good and so is the actor played HE. Hayley Cleghorn is okay and so is the rest of the small characters. The surprise element is the Transvestite Song and dance sequence in the film that really deserves tap on the Film Maker's shoulders.

The camera-work is okay, The editing could have been much crispier. Finally an Indian Feature Film on gays that is not to be missed out!


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