The Blue Planet is an extraordinary effort at contemplating the entire span of living history on Earth, as seen through the lens of daily mundanity and seasonal changes within the various spheres of life. The wrath of a thunderstorm is soon followed by the soft wet caress of rain, the harbinger of relief and fertility to the parched soils and landscapes, preparing for an eruption of life within the natural kingdom.
Crumbling walls. Broken stairwells. Damp floors covered with overgrowth and rot. Such is the haunting world of decaying memories which the 80-year-old Jonaki returns to in her sleep, perhaps searching for some sort of closure to her lifelong unfulfilled hopes, dreams, and desires. Aditya Vikram Sengupta’s astounding sophomore effort Jonaki Continue Reading