What Am I Doing Here? (2013)

  |  Short, Biography, Drama


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A writer chases his dream of becoming successful in the Western world without realizing what could happen if he fails, and is blind to the sacrifices he is making in order to pursue the great American dream.


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22 December 2014 | javedkaisar-37-138610
10
| Quick, yet strong punch! Thumbs Up
First of all, I am one of those luckiest men who had a chance of watching this film at the earliest of chances.

The very title of the film "What Am I Doing Here?" was intriguing enough to try this short film. Now, I am not a big fan of short film. The main reason - it seems, a short film often fails to disseminate the intended message within the stipulated time. Often I had this feeling - I had my lunch and I had this empty stomach rumbling with no clue what I ate!

Unlike my previous 'lunch', I could remember my menu and every bit of taste with this one. I was amazed, moved and sympathetic. The central character stays far away from his home, trying to reach for the big catchment; a dream of becoming a successful writer in the world he is trying to fit in. As the story developed, I was feeling a sensible of tug of war between his long cherished dream and his deeply rooted emotions; emotions even he knew not.

Just to conclude in one sentence - if you are a thinker, this short film will confront your viewpoint of close relations, aspiration, surrounding and the ultimate upshot.

Take a bow Mr. Wahid Ibn Reza! You made me laugh, you made me cry. Not too many could do that to me; know it man. Looking forward to seeing you pretty soon….

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Genres

Short | Biography | Drama

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Release Date:

6 October 2013

Language

Bengali, English


Country of Origin

Canada

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