Autohead Directed,Story and screenplay by Rohit Mittal.
A story set in the suburbs of Mumbai,Where a documentary Filmmaker is documenting the life of an autorickshaw driver called Narayan.,As the filmmaker continues filming and documenting his life, he dig deeper into the auto rickshaw driver’s life and discover angst,Sexual frustration and paranoia.This changes the course of their film.
After the movie was completed it Impacted me so much that I was afraid you taking a journey back home in the auto rickshaw.
Six stories by six Filmmakers Telling each story of What “Madly” means to them by sharing stories on love.Friendship.Relations.
Each short movie synopsis shared below.
Clean Shaven directed by Anurag Kashyap (India )Trapped in a boring marriage with a restrictive, old-fashioned husband, a young housewife finds solace in a quasi-romantic friendship with her much-younger neighbour. Although this arrangement boosts her self-esteem, her husband continues to imprison her heart and body. Will she find the courage to break free?
Afterbirth Directed by Mia Wasikowska (Australia)
They say a mother’s love is the world’s strongest bond, but how can you give your baby your heart when you’re a young single mother who feels like your newborn is a stranger?
Dance Dance Dance Directed by Sebastián Silva (U.S.A.)
He’s just a normal Bronx teenager having fun breakdancing on the subway until his feeling for his best friend gets complicated. When his religious parents shun him after he announces he’s gay, he goes in search of compassion on the streets of New York.
Love Of Love Directed by Sion Sono (Japan)
A little sister has a secret she can’t wait to tell. Newly engaged, the youngest looks around the dinner table and wilts when she scrutinizes the passionless, vanilla marriages of her family members. Just when she refuses to let a wedding ring be the end of a hot love life, she’s coyly ushered into the playful world of a Tokyo sex club.
Love Of My Life Directed by Gael García Bernal(Argentina)
He’s in his forties; she’s in her twenties. Their relationship has always been a pendulum swinging between passion and ambivalence. Now that she’s expecting their first child, will the baby keep them together or tear them apart?
I Do Directed by Natasha Khan (U.K.)
Just in time for her wedding day, a young bride-to-be encounters a ghost from her past. She comes to welcome the encounter, allowing her to move forward with her new life.
Madly tells you how Mad we get with feeling that mean something