My favourite film essay in English | My favourite movie short essay

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The Film I have Liked Most


My favourite film essay in English | My favourite movie short essay


Outline


  • Are you a film buff?
  • What film impressed you so much
  • What it is about
  • The actors
  • The theme
  • Dialogues and photography
  • Got a CD of the film and played it often
  • The effect of the film on you
  • our feelings


I am not so fond of seeing films but I never miss a good film whenever it comes to my town. I have no craze for films and I do not watch films on TV unless they are good ones.


I happened to see, Richard Attenborough's 1982 epic "Gandhi'. It was ironically made by an Englishman, the man who was the biggest thorn in the flesh of the British. It is based on the life story of Mahatma Gandhi.


The role of Gandhi has been played by Ben Kingsley, an Anglo-Indian stage actor. He looks very much like Gandhiji. The various events from Gandhiji's life have been depicted in the film.


I was spellbound when I saw the film. The Dandi March, Quit India Movement, the Agitation at Champaran, and Birla House at Delhi, where Gandhiji was assassinated by Nathuram Godse are wonderful scenes and have been presented so vividly.


The dialogues in the film are clear and forceful. We do not find any unnecessary songs or dances usual in most pictures. We find seriousness and humor in it. The photography is excellent. The film was shot in India and abroad.



The film has been regarded as one of the best films produced so far. It won eight Oscars - a record for British films. Oscar for the best director went to Attenborough and Ben Kingsley, who played Gandhi, won Oscar as the best actor.


Now I have got a CD of film and I play it on a CD player whenever I like. I have lost the number of times I have seen the film but even now the film appears to be totally fresh.


I can start watching the film from any point and yet enjoy it thoroughly. This is indeed one film that I never tire of watching. I find this classic film absolutely timeless and it has made an indelible impression on my mind.


The film reminds me of what the great scientist Albert Einstein said of Mahatma Gandhi, 'Generations to come will scarcely believe that such a man in flesh and blood walked the earth.'


FAQ On My Favourite Film/Movie Essay


Q: Which film impressed you so much?
Ans: Richard Attenborough's 1982 epic "Gandhi'. It was ironically made by an Englishman, the man who was the biggest thorn in the flesh of the British. It is based on the life story of Mahatma Gandhi.

Q: Are you a film buff?
Ans: I am not so fond of seeing films but I never miss a good film whenever it comes to my town. I have no craze for films and I do not watch films on TV unless they are good ones.

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