Island City (2016)

Hindi Drama
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Total Reviews: 11
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Average Critic Rating: (2.86)
Cast: Vinay Pathak , Tannishta Chatterjee , Amruta Subhash , Chandan Roy Sanyal , Samir Kochhar , Ashwin Mushran , Uttara Baokar , Sana Amin Sheikh
Director: Ruchika Oberoi
Release Date: 02 Sep 2016

Plot: Island City is a 2015 Indian drama film written and directed by Ruchika Oberoi Read more

Island City - Top Reviews

But fact is, this film is not meant for everyone. You need to have an appetite for Isaac Asimov kind of sci-fi coupled with a taste for fine cinema. Else you’ll find yourself a little lost in the detailed and very dystopian world of this film. It’s a real mind bender but also not for the average joe.
Rachit Gupta, Filmfare
This one deserves to be watched for its riveting take on love, longing and loneliness
Renuka Vyavahare, The Times of India
Three stories, tenuously tied in a presentation that is so amateurish, you wonder why NFDC would back this film school type story-telling. Thankfully one story stands alone and puts a smile on your face. This should have been released on YouTube.
Manisha Lakhne, Nowrunning
Sara Arjun’s charm is eclipsed by bizarre messaging

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Island City - All Reviews

Island City is an artistically woven and absurdly intertwined narrative that gives you a simulated feel of life in Mumbai. Wrapped with cynicism, fatalism and moral ambiguity, the film is a satirical take on how people lead their lives in this claustrophobic city
Island City' has a very modern theme on how automation has taken control of humanity in a big city like Mumbai
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Island City should not be missed
Aseem Chhabra, REDIFF
Watch it for some gritty stories narrated very realistically by all actors, especially the three leads
Dharm Patel, BookMyShow
Hapless and weak, rather than strong and optimistic
Udita Jhunjhunwala, First Post
Thankfully one story stands alone and puts a smile on your face. This should have been released on YouTube.
Now Running
While this core idea is strong, the representation of it and the cinematic tonality is inconsistent