Rahul Desai

Rahul Desai

@ReelReptile

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Words in Film Companion, The Hindu.

Joined on October 18, 2009
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Where @Plebeian42 and I discuss Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare. (stay on for when Tanul starts coughing and loudly wonders, "Fuck I hope Corona na ho mujhe," before getting back to the film in the same breath) https://t.co/lCJv6i9aV6

Schitt's Creek didn't need the validation but deserved it anyway. Clean sweep at the #Emmys. History in a pandemic. Essay replug https://t.co/Qv011MbHni

KENDALL ROY JUST WON 2020 GO HOME COME ON #JeremyStrongFTW

The Emmys: officially the Schitt's Creek farewell party.

Quoted @IndieWire

#Emmys: The award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series goes to Catherine O'Hara for "Schitt's Creek." Winners list here: https://t.co/bpH50LdlyE https://t.co/YnkKBbzvPH

#Emmys: The award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series goes to Catherine O'Hara for "Schitt's Creek." Winners list here: https://t.co/bpH50LdlyE https://t.co/YnkKBbzvPH

Of course it is. https://t.co/Tw7wG2LMP2

What channel is the Emmys on tomorrow? (both TV and streaming)

Alankrita Shrivastava excels in the filming of sex/desire as a language: Lipstick Under My Burkha, Made In Heaven & now Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare (Netflix). Wrote about it in the review: https://t.co/MIQF9uIOnp

Wrote about I AM GRETA, a rewarding documentary about a bullied 15-year-old teenager finally getting to experience the joys of friendship while spearheading a global movement to save the environment. #TIFF20 https://t.co/Y48KmGQMhL

A reader who shared my Schitt's Creek essay on Insta was also kind enough to share with me the great @danjlevy 's message. 

I don't usually do this, but if "David-ah" Rose writes back with best wishes & warmest regards then it's a win-win for the world. (ngl 2020 got better) https://t.co/ru5oLCmoJq https://t.co/0R2j8emyaA

A reader who shared my Schitt's Creek essay on Insta was also kind enough to share with me the great @danjlevy 's message. I don't usually do this, but if "David-ah" Rose writes back with best wishes & warmest regards then it's a win-win for the world. (ngl 2020 got better) https://t.co/ru5oLCmoJq https://t.co/0R2j8emyaA

Alankrita Shrivastava excels in the filming of sex/desire as a language: Lipstick Under My Burkha, Made In Heaven & now Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare (Netflix). Wrote about it in the review: https://t.co/MIQF9uIOnp

It has issues, but I liked the moments of Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare. Review: https://t.co/Ftwq55wY4l

Todd Haynes' DARK WATERS is now streaming on SonyLiv. Had written about this environmental thriller at IFFAM 2019. Ruffalo is classic. Riveting story. Review: https://t.co/eB1b4toFoP

Wrote about a fun little lockdown series. Cabin Fever (on Youtube) is witty, sardonic, well-acted: https://t.co/xhLbQm2wRE

Are any publications/websites looking for some sort of IPL coverage? I write about cricket (not just movies) quite a bit. Not sure whom to approach, so just putting it on here. RT for good faith.

From #Succession taking Best Drama to #Netflix's #Unbelievable winning Best Limited Series, check out @ReelReptile's wishlist of the shows and actors that deserve to win big at this year's #Emmys: https://t.co/pro1CfISTZ

Made my @thewire_in debut reviewing @beijingloafer's 76 DAYS, an essential documentary that captures the battle against coronavius inside an overworked hospital in Wuhan, the epicentre of the outbreak. #TIFF20 https://t.co/Sv6mdeWASV

REVIEW: It’s natural to get impatient with a film that’s too long to be a short and too short to be a feature - read @ReelReptile's review of @mubiindia's #KnockKnockKnock. https://t.co/7c3UCltAHp

This line––from the great Esquire profile of Roger Ebert––is how every writer dreams to be profiled. In my case: "nothing fades out, every word takes a lifetime to appear. Horrid sentences, artless sentences come out of him at a tortured pace, his mind struggling to keep up". https://t.co/UxiZj6dAsI

This line––from the great Esquire profile of Roger Ebert––is how every writer dreams to be profiled. In my case: "nothing fades out, every word takes a lifetime to appear. Horrid sentences, artless sentences come out of him at a tortured pace, his mind struggling to keep up". https://t.co/UxiZj6dAsI

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