MFA Cinema India: Everybody Says I Am Fine
Everybody Says I'm Fine! by Rahul Bose (2001, 100 min.). This enormously energetic, predominately English-language film represents the latest from the young Bombay film scene: a wild, sexy movement completely liberated from the old structures of Bollywood. The film takes place primarily in an upscale Bombay hair salon where the owner—the gorgeous, but emotionally withdrawn Xen—is possessed of the secret ability to read his customers’ minds by touching their hair. Everybody Says I’m Fine! explores the specifically Indian themes of family and dislocation in entirely contemporary and universal contexts. Description courtesy of The Toronto Film Festival.
Location: Museum of Fine Arts
Time: 4:30 pm
Cost: MFA members, seniors, and students $8; general admission $9.
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