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Thursday, July 01, 2004
One more film today(just now) -"The Terminal". The movie starts off as a true Stephen Speilberg's flick with the opening shot showing a busy airport terminal and the chaos there. Then comes the story- the stroy of a man getting stranded in the airport because of a sudden war in his country and subsequent derecognition of his country by the US of A. So now he is a citizen of a country whose presence the Govt doesnt recognise. The airport authorities doesnt know what to do. So, they give him some basic aid and let him stay in the airport only as it doent require a passport or a visa. They also take his passport to prevent him from leaving America, and the remaining part is a classic remainder of our own "NalaDhamayanthi" starring Kamalhassan. I dont know who copied from whom but my Sittrarivukku ettiyavarrai, "NalaDhamayanthi" should have been a copy just for a simple reason that our guys have access to those films but they doesnt have it with ours.


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