Films are similar to mirrors we hold to ourselves. We are not torn by its admission or its place in society. We feel that it never seizes to exist. It is a medium that spins its web in all its forms. It is one of the fullest medium of its kind. We have grown to adjust to its many quirks in the past 100 years. We are not shy to question its limited nature. But every day we throw challenges to it that make a stand to its authority.

Now what is all this talk about films? Where are we headed in terms of the powers of this medium? There are so many ways of taking to its form that it feels new to some but old to others. Everyday we see the rights of passages it goes through. Like for instance in the last few years we have seen a revival of the 3D form. Many thought cinema will also go through many difficulties with the entire economic slump in its background. But the industry stood all the days of the economic downturn by outdoing itself in terms of receipts. It is this force or pull that we have tried to look into closely through our blog.

What makes a good film? What aspects endanger its frivolity? Who are the kingpins of change in this field? We will surely not take away the commercial aspect of this form. It is what matters to its existence, the audience. So our renewed interest in their understanding and feelings will be our top concerns addressed. But we will bring a fresh side to your viewing experience by adding articles of an acute nature. Many of the films need an insight or a prior viewing of some other great films. A study of all the genre shift and updates will also be accounted for. So we will advice readers to take the trouble to watch films that are akin to the ones we review.

But an education of film is not something we are embarking on. It is more like a study of its various aspects. An avid look into how the film finally gets to its screen. Who and all matter to its being exhibited as a finished product? So come share in this journey that has been on going and don’t feel left out from this wagon.

Talking Films Crew

Prem : – Founder/Writer/Editor/Site Developer/Film Buff

Prem founded and created Reel Suave back in 2007 which was acquired by a company in early 2009. He had decided to take a new initiative in the form of Talking films that will take our objective to the next step. There was a concern with Reel Suave not serving its demographic. A concern we have whole heartedly addressed with the formation of Talking films. Prem has a simple policy of creating a forum for readers to interact with the changing face of cinema’s forms. He loves to give into to the dictates of film. He is also an avid watcher of several commercial releases on offer. But his passion and motivation comes from his acceptance of the power of cinema.

His Favorite films include (This list was last updated 10 years ago, working to update this list :))

There Will Be Blood: Director Paul Thomas Anderson (American)
21 Grams: Director Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu (Mexican)
The Dark Knight: Director Christopher Nolan (Mexican)
The Godfather: Director Francis Ford Coppola(American)
The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King: Director Peter Jackson (Mexican)
Schindler’s List: Director Steven Spielberg (Mexican)
The Following: Director Christopher Nolan (English)
Inglourious Basterds: Director Quentin Tarantino (American)
The Motorcycle Diaries: Director Walter Salles (Spain)
Elephant: Director Gus Van Sant (American)
In the Mood for Love: Director Wong Kar Wai (Chinese)
Syriana: Director Stephen Gaghan (American)
The Aviator: Director Martin Scorsese (American)
Y tu mama tambian: Director Alfonso Cuaron (Mexican)
4 luni, 3 saptamâni si 2 zile: Director Cristian Mungiu (Romanian)
No Country for Old Men: Director Coen Brothers (American)
District 9: Director Neill Blomkamp (South African)
Heat: Director Michael Mann (American)
The Pianist: Director Roman Polanski (Polish)
Der Untergang: Director Oliver Hirschbiegel (Austrian)

John Antony:- Writer/Editor/Film Buff/Part time actor and Writer

Time Heals and sculpts all.

John was part of the Reelsuave team. He has a keen sense of what ticks in the world of film. John can also be seen in three distinct short film titled Woken Shell, The Tea Shop in the Moon and The Waiting. He writes from Bahrain and it has been his base for the last 20 years. Cinema has been the basic diet he has been on for the last 10 years. His personality can be judged by the choices of his films.

His Favorite films include

Time Out: Director Laurent Cantet (French)
Hunger: Director Steve Mcqueen (English)
There Will Be Blood: Director Paul Thomas Anderson (American)
Kings and Queen: Director Arnaud Desplechin(French)
The Sacrifice: Director Andrei Tarkovsky (Russian)
Days of Heaven: Director Terrence Malick (American)
Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi: Director Sudhir Mishra (Hindi)
Dev D: Director Anurag Kashyap (Hindi)
Mouchette: Director Robert Bresson (French)
Persona: Director Ingmar Bergman (Swedish)
21 Grams: Director Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu (Mexican)
Summer Palace: Director Lou Ye (Chinese)
The Piano: Director Jane Campion (New Zealand)
Yes: Director Sally Potter (English)
Bad Education: Director Pedro Almovdar (Spain)
The Headless Woman: Director Lucrecia Martel (Argentina)
The Taxi Driver: Director Martin Scorsese (American)
Godfather 2: Director Francis Ford Coppola(American)
The Doom Generation/Mysterious Skin: Director Greg Arakki (American)
Letters from Iwo Jima: Director Clint Eastwood (American)

This list will keep being added throughout the course of cinema.