“The pigeon lady” DEPTH REVIEW

WUIFF DEPTH REVIEW ON FILM “The pigeon lady” (Women’s Film & Animal Rights)

DIRECTED BY Giulia Brazzale
COUNTRY Italy
REVIEWED BY ABHIJAN BASU (Honourable Jury)
SEPTEMBER SESSION 2021

 

Probably the best subject to work on during the times of great turmoil as Pigeons and Doves are not just symbols but their very existence stands for beauty, growth and prosperity, everything that leads to a new beginning. The concept introduces us with a historic city and with one of its elderly citizens both conveniently sheltering and nurturing the philosophies of calmness, compassion and preservation. A beautiful and informative screenplay that ends with a positive will a will to choose life over any discrimination.
In a very short span of runtime i.e. 4min. 4sec. the film The Pigeon Lady focuses on how the very foundation of a city depends on the co-existence between it’s human and non-human inhabitants. The old, wrinkled yet firm palm feeding a flock of pigeons and the conversation part captured from the shadow of the protagonist makes the film even more attractive to watch. Pigeons and Doves were captured with due patience and care witch gives the audience a colourful visual along with some of the basic philosophy’s from the V.O.

Although a couple of different tracks could have been used as BGM yet the overall sound quality and the use of music were quite satisfying.
The film “La signora dei piccioni” beautifully captures both the positive and negative aspects of urban civilization. The ever growing artificialities in urban life that somehow tangles and chokes the nature and it’s inhabitants is probably the biggest concern of the present world. The film clarifies that the presumably non-contributing factors of the world should be spared from our sheer negligence and hatred for they represent life itself.
The film “La signora dei piccioni” beautifully captures both the positive and negative aspects of urban civilization. The ever growing artificialities in urban life that somehow tangles and chokes the nature and it’s inhabitants is probably the biggest concern of the present world. The film clarifies that the presumably non-contributing factors of the world should be spared from our sheer negligence and hatred for they represent life itself.

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