A parents’ love is to me the most purest form of love that you can see and experience, which you may or may not get from any other sort of relationship. This new commercial from Johnson & Johnson that celebrates their 100 years of existence with the subject of “Language of Love” is a truly beautiful ad conceptualized by Indian Company, Bang Bang Films. Enjoy this experience and revisit your childhood…

Being in the subject of audio-visual media, I happened to watch a film yesterday, that just left me speechless. I mean, I couldn’t say anything about the movie-nothing bad or good. 

                                                           

The movie, as you can see from the poster, is “Sunshine Cleaning” that starts Amy Adams and Emily Blunt. Rose (Amy Adams) and Norah (Emily Blunt) Lorkowski are sisters – who are completely the opposite as sisters.

Rose is hardworking and emotional as a maid and a single mother to her only son, Oscar – probably given to her by her continuing relationship with her already married high-school boyfriend, who also happens to be a cop?! On the other hand Norah, is a dark, good-for-nothing, goth-looking, former-waitress who lives with her father. Struggling to make ends meet, the two then decide to join hands together on the insistence of Rose’s cop boyfriend, to start cleaning business that involves sanitizing gory crime scenes, that constantly keep reminding them of their mother’s suicide.

The films then goes to introduce a set of characters that are complex in their own ways. Their supportive and business minded father; a one-handed shopkeeper friend who supplies their cleaning equipment; an erratic yet genius son, Oscar (Who in my opinion is Brilliant in his portrayal!). Emotional breakups, drama, untoward incidents that could be avoided, retrospection are just some of the words that make up the second half of the movie.

Although, I didn’t enjoy it as much as any other movie, still you can give it a try. Especially for the scenes which involve Oscar, successfully clinching a business deal for his granddad and his innocent yet brilliant questioning of life’s facts. And another scene is an emotional one involving Amy, who talks and criticizes her dead mother for missing out on all the best things in life. Dark and complex- but yet am amazed as how the director could bring it across in such a simple and understandable way..

As we all know that the world is facing a plethora of problems. Amongst them is one major unending problem of – Environmental  Protection and Awareness. I do understand that activities around the world are helping to spread eco-awareness amongst the global citizens, I happened to read a quote from an anonymous person, somewhere, that states:

“We humans wanted to develop the world so badly, that we just went ahead without estimating the consequences. Now, we start blaming each other for what has happened to the world. But, people still don’t realize the fact that the world is an indestructible force that will still continue to exist-be it with or without nature, it is only us humans that will cease to exist.The world will just shake us humans off itself and await for new beings to arrive..!”

I actually found this quote to be interesting and so decided to share. From my end, I have this commercial from Nissan, that could help in highlighting about eco-awareness. Just awesome…

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