This post is the unedited and updated copy of the review published in Mag the Weekly, on the 13th May, 2016.
In ‘Mah-e-Mir’, Apparently, Failure to Communicate Is an Option
By Mohammad Kamran Jawaid
There is a horrifically big, fantasy full-moon out every night in Mah-e-Mir, the pompous, all-over-the-place, drama fit for a stage-play.
The moon is so big, (and so badly composited over clouds), that it defies convention, comprehension – and lest I forget, laws of gravity and direction. This moon, popping up, down, left and right, is its own entity, and no matter how overly-dramatic, it is one of the good things I got for the price of my ticket.