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When Jeremy sets out to learn the piano, perhaps the greatest obstacle in his path to 'reach chopsticks standard' is not his own musical dyslexia, but his blind faith in his tyrannical ... See full summary »
Chopsticks is a sweet Drama-Comedy by Netflix. The Story basically revolves around a girl Nirma (Mithila Palkar) whose brand new car has been stolen & her only aim is to find her car, in the process she seeks the help from a con man named Artist (Abhay Deol).
The Story directly starts with a showroom scene with Nirma buying a new car & giving a small hint of her character & her professional life. Then it directly goes to turning point where a con man steals her car. This doesn't help the audience to empathize much with her character. It would have been better if the story would have started with her personal & professional life problems & on that her only happiness of buying a new car & then moving to a point where it gets stolen would have created a much more impact on audience.
The second flaw in the movie is directly focusing more on internal change of her character as the movie moves forward whereas it should have been like Nirma focusing on the ways to get her car back & in this process find the potential in herself.
No doubt the idea of the story is good but some more work on the script would have made it a wonderful film.
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