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DIARY OF AN EPICUREAN WEEKEND MANIAC... Anyone for 'Requiem For A Dream', 'Catch Me If You Can', and 'Along Came Polly'?

After a four-year stint with the 6-day week, I am now a self-righteous member of that delightful club where smug folks have Saturdays and Sundays stretching like long and guilty afternoons.
I wondered at you guys, all of you who started out gaily from Friday evening itself, doing what I longed to do -- nothing special. I peeped into your lives, and scenes like the following made me green with lust and envy:



Friday night
After hard week at work, exit like decorated soldier. Greasy burgers from lonely diner. One ThumsUp for the road home. A couple of long phone catch-ups with friends in various cities. In bed, you take up Zadie Smith, without any concern for the morrow.

Saturday
Late morning is too early. But suddenly, hell breaks loose. Plans for matinee. Gangster? Aaargh! Are you sure? Early matinee? 2pm? Lunch? The last happens hungrily on way to theatre. Seedy dosa-den suffices. Current tickets available.

On way back, buy strange looking seasonal Kaju fruit. Smells of feni, reminds of Goa. You think siesta. There’s still strong daylight. Back home, it’s not just sleep. It’s something else, unearthly. It creeps over you, spreads like a mist. You nap. Wake up in time to avoid terrible numb headache that comes with longer naps. Perfect so far.

You’re too rested, you wanna spice things up. Go out, and down alu-paapri, phuchka, samosa-chaat. Is it divine intervention that your DVD rental is neighbour to the chaatwaala? Can’t be bothered with stray thoughts, you choose an eclectic double: Catch Me If You Can (*) and Desire Under the Elms (**).

Groceries? Dinner? Forget former. The local Chinese takeaway is the best you’ve tasted. No, they don’t make Indian Chinese. So can feel less guilty. Singaporean dinner, authentically sweet and different. Goes well with Catch Me…

Post-prandial walk – balcony version. City’s summer air is balmy late at night, you decide you’re lucky. Bout of bed-blogging. Laptop grows heavier on your person… Draft post. Doze off…

Sunday

That’s it. No more eating out. Original multi-tasker, you resolve to cook. Chicken. Onion-elaichi rice. Easy way out.

Chicken do-piaaza. Free-for-all. No recipe, nor precedent. Caramelise sugar for dash and colour. Before you know it, oil is too hot and masala burnt. Salvage with industry, for a black but smashing dish that you could die for. Flavoured ghee-ed rice looks bland beside it. Lunch is good. Appreciated. And the ice-cream man timeth it perfectly.

Weekend crossword. Alternately prone and supine on cold marble of living room. Perfect time and setting for taalshash (Bengali for tropical palm-tree fruit kernel, know neither English nor Hindi for it, thaati ningu in Kannada). Cool dripping moments, taalshash water running down hands.

Evening. Suddenly remember Desire Under The Elms. Rental guy to soon collect it. Burn film on hard disk. Doorbell. Rental always sends bagful of temptations. This time, you cannot resist Requiem For A Dream (***).

Dinner? Chicken-rice leftover? Naaaah, too heavy for encore. Decide to toss up light penne, but penne stock not enough. So call old faithful for very light Japanese noodle. Requiem… too serious for noodle, so make clean sweep of the Japanese as soon as it arrives. Back to the film, then to Zadie Smith till 3 am, then call it a day.

Monday (May Day)
You suddenly remember there’s a week coming up. Decide to cook, in readiness for next two days. Order hot idlis for breakfast, and begin.

Begun shorshe (brinjal in mustard). Dimer dalna (egg curry). Masoor daal. Alu sheddo makha (mashed potato). Why does your shorshe always end up a bit bitter? But smells good, and tastes snazzy. By the time the maid strolls in, day’s labour neatly lined up on table, cooling off, awaiting demolition.

You remember there’s a TV in the house, and check if it still works. HBO. Another old faithful. Along Came Polly (****) on, serves till lunchtime. Panic for vanishing weekend. Want to top it off with repeat of Saturday’s siesta. Do exactly that.

Evening spent catching up weekend newspapers and magazines. Trace Kaavya’s downfall. Ponder on joining blogwagon on the subject, decide it’s too full. You’d read Opal Mehta in March, and now quite indignant. Hungry. Have Sunday’s chicken. Back to Kaavya. Picture yourself getting similar handsome advance for novel, but being wiser by not copying verbatim. Think of books you've “internalized” so far, lose count. Pick up never-ending Zadie Smith, till she falls flat on face zzzzzzzzzzzzzz....


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It’s the lighter Steven Spielberg. And it’s wonderful entertainment. For once, Leonardo DiCaprio (Frank Abagnale Jr) looks the part, and fits easily into the whiz-kid-conman persona (mistrusted him in The Aviator and Gangs of New York). Brilliant depiction of deadpan FBI agent Carl Hanratty (bank fraud dept) by Tom Hanks, who makes it his mission to catch the conman and put an end to his forged cheques.
Great true story, with interesting twists, elaborate brainwaves, the right amount of compassion (the latter even from the FBI man).
Grey character of Frank Sr played well by Christopher Walken.

Really sorry to disappoint. I was too greedy for Requiem..., and ignored Desire... for the timebeing. The guy was Anthony Perkins, none other than your friendly neighbourhood Norman Bates. And it turned me off imagining beady-eyed Perkins in a fling of passion with none other than Sophia Loren herself, his step-mom in the movie. Poor guy seemed to have a mother jinx in his roles. Anyway, Desire... rests peacefully in my hard disk for this weekend.

This is not how one should write about Requiem… And you might not be very patient for it if you don’t like what some people term “European school of film-making” or "the arty kind".
But forget the school, and forget it if you were told that Requiem… was just another film on junkies and graphic sniffings. It's about obsessions and illusions and dreams, and losing them all. How drugs, weight-loss, television, and even hope, can bring us all to despair.
Ellen Burstyn hits hard with Sarah Goldfarb, the widow who is neither senile nor silly, but knows that old age and loneliness have made her too weak to resist commonplace glories and easy respite. Director Darren Aronofsky carefully constructs Mrs Goldfarb’s TV addiction as big and ugly as the drugs her son Harry (Jared Leto) takes, to the extent of how it dumbs her down and destroys her. Burstyn's face -- and the moment when she tells Harry that she needs to have those pills in order to pull down in order to fit into the red dress in order to be on TV in order to have some break from this loneliness -- is haunting. You don't need to be a TV/drug junkie to empathise. We all have had our moments alone and thoughts of old age, some dreams lost on the way, and a red dress or two that we might never fit into anymore.
If you’ve read the book (I haven't), there’s an interesting surprise for you. One of the prison/rehab centre guards is played by Hubert Selby Jr (the author) himself. Apart from the cameo, he’s also written script together with Aronofsky.
Do see this one. Burstyn is worth it. Any good DVD rental should have it.

**** Along Came Polly (2004)

Hee, hee, hee. Funnyman Ben Stiller never fails to deliver. One wonders how he is in life.
Reuben Feffer (Stiller) hooks up with middle-school mate Polly (Jennifer Aniston). Doesn’t tell her that wife Lisa (Debra Messing) left him for a scuba-diving instructor during their honeymoon. Good-natured Polly’s ok with it even after she comes to know. But they’re the so-called Mars-Venus types. He’s a risk analyst (“analysist”, as Polly stammers), professionally and otherwise too. He plans everything, doesn’t like “dirty-dancing”, stands by commitments, is a conventional-food guy, etc. She’s impulsive, loves to move, currently a waitress writing a children’s book, heavenly at salsa, adores spicy food that she eats with her hands, etc.
Fun, crazy antics, good acting, mush, ok, HBO kinda watch.
Messing as the ex-wife looks very different from the hapless Grace we know. She looks almost poised here. Any of you a Will and Grace fan?
But the best part is the end, where the scuba-diving instructor's accent had me ROTFWL (I tried it for half a day, till people started taking the case seriously)
Oh, and Reuben’s best buddy Sandy is played by Philip Seymour “Capote” Hoffman. Hard to link him with that dark character, if you've seen Capote. In fact, he seems to be everywhere, which includes MI 3.

88 Comments:

At 3:03 AM, Anonymous Ph said...

Ah, lovely! I live for such weekends. Wait, every day is a weekend now. :P Yipee, yay, yay. BTW like your no fuss reviews. Very refreshing.

 
At 6:13 AM, Blogger Rimi said...

it’s not just sleep. It’s something else, unearthly. It creeps over you, spreads like a mist.

So long. Been so long. You can't sleep in this heat, not in humid Cal. Not in an apartment with ALL windows facing west. It's like being strangled by invisible club-like fists.

And I'm going to repeat myself, I don't care: I love your reviews. Like Ph says, no fuss, no "check my intellect, yo!" undertones.

 
At 6:14 AM, Blogger Rimi said...

that's 'check out', really, but I'm sure you gottit.

 
At 12:21 PM, Blogger chumkisingh said...

reading this post on a saturday, with just one day to go to catch up on the lost sleep and latest flicks and the bestseller in hard bound and cooking for the week and all the unattended household chores and meet up with friends for a quick drink or a long adda session.......so much to do, so little time. the fact that i keep procrastinating and leave everything for the sunday doesnot help matter much.
my weekends are more hectic than the weekdays.
but i still wish i could have a 5 day long weekend...maybe then, i'd be able to manage my weekends better. :o)

 
At 3:36 PM, Blogger The Marauder's Map said...

Wow, there's actually so much to remember from the weekend? Mine just whizz past in a sort of hyperventilating blurrrrr. Especially if I'm again late with the filing, which looks pretty likely this time around too. I would KILL for a five-day work-week.

 
At 2:31 AM, Blogger jhantu said...

Thats a looooooooong post dude, and i though leo was brilliant in aviators

 
At 2:28 AM, Blogger Prerona said...

I wanted to see Gangster :(

 
At 9:23 AM, Blogger kaal boishakhi said...

oi haramzaada! i was searching for myself on google and i come across another bangalis blog. an articulate and interesting one at that. woot!
p.s. im actually not hugely familar with bangalore despite having spent three months there.
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At 5:09 PM, Blogger Sue said...

See? It's not just me. Food creeps into posts somehow. Dunno when or how, but it does. What we ate, and what we thought about it and how it was created. I refuse to be targeted any more! Humph!

(Oh, I'm just waiting for the cable to be installed at home...)

 
At 9:46 PM, Blogger Ghetufool said...

did you ever check how the weighing machines screeche under your lotus feet? that's sharshe and mashed potato effect.

on an unrelated and uninteresting note...VERY WELL WRITTEN PORTNOY. relished it.

 
At 6:35 AM, Blogger Ekta said...

Hey,
Havent seen requiem for a dream...but sounds interesting..! But u sure seem to have had a movieful weekend..!
And hey terribly sorry couldnt synch up with u lats week in bangalore...was badly tied up and trip was terribly hectic..!
Hopefully next time we should be able to meet!

 
At 1:09 AM, Blogger Chaila Bihari said...

Hejano bojho? Tomra sob oi pocha jaygatay giye hejiye jachcho. Bilkul! Tin din chuti peye kina ghumale? Lojja kore na...
Think Delhi. a similar mini-vacation & your Alto could really have vroomed: "Let's Go!" To Shimla, Jaipur, Manali, Tirsu, Kirku, Anywhere in between or further away.
And then coming back to good ol' ITO. Don't you miss it?

 
At 9:37 PM, Blogger M (tread softly upon) said...

ooh now you've got me craving for bengali food. very nicely written. Somehow I neber remember enough about my weekend to say anything about them.

 
At 6:38 PM, Blogger eve's lungs said...

lovely ..girl . You do pen a good blog . However I get the feeling that your weekend streeeeeeeeeeeeetched and streeeeeeeeeeeetched and that u were actually looking forward to Monday .... never mind u'll get used to it .BTW since you're on a cooking spree , heat some oil,drop in a few cumin seeds , wait for em to sputter and then drop in maybe 4 largeish onions ,chopped long and slim ;wait for em to go all heavenly and translucent and at that stage where they smell like heaven and then bung in, maybe 2 large tablespoons of bata posto and top it with a little water ,turn down the heat ,cover and just before taking it off the heat add a few drops of ghee ooooooh heaven.

 
At 6:39 PM, Blogger eve's lungs said...

did i forget the salt ? and if u're a ghoti u can bung in a little sugar as well .

 
At 10:14 PM, Blogger melon collie said...

woow. didn't know about the hubert selby jr. part.

And the music, what about the music

 
At 9:33 PM, Blogger gIftoFwIngs said...

nice! but time for next post :D

 
At 12:35 AM, Blogger hutumthumo said...

loved requeim. though the relentless spiral downwards was at times dizzying.nice post.

 
At 7:00 PM, Blogger GhostOfTomJoad said...

HI there! Thanks for the comment.

Your reviews, as usual, are good. And, like I keep saying, time to move to TOI :-) But, aren't you beig a little harsh on Leonardo DiCaprio?

"Brilliant depiction of deadpan FBI agent Carl Hanratty (bank fraud dept) by Tom Hanks," you say...but doesn't he always carry that deadpan look?

A Will & Grace fan? Hope I never become one...really, and how does this Debra Messing keep getting assignments?

 
At 1:39 AM, Blogger panu said...

fundooThe shorshe baata can do with a tad posto in it, that can get it less bitter. And try batofying it with a bit of salt and kaanchalanka, that helps too.

 
At 9:53 PM, Blogger the still dancer said...

hmmm...so there are some even lazier bloggers than I. aar amaar blog-ta ki motamuti tyajjyo kora hoyechhe? hmmph.

 
At 2:20 PM, Blogger Rimi said...

One word.

POST!!!

Okay, I'll add a 'pretty please?' to that.

 
At 7:13 PM, Blogger M (tread softly upon) said...

where'd u go?

 
At 3:57 PM, Blogger chumkisingh said...

u there!!?????? really been a while since we last saw u around?? where art thou!!??

 
At 12:11 PM, Blogger Maru Marauder said...

timepassing through....

 
At 10:43 AM, Blogger GhostOfTomJoad said...

What...you got so sick of reviewing crappy films that you decided to make one yourself? :-)

 
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At 5:13 PM, Blogger Maru Marauder said...

Are you on vacation or sumthing?

 
At 9:51 PM, Blogger eve's lungs said...

where are u Porty ?

 
At 10:01 PM, Blogger Shaibal Giri said...

Where art thou ? Summer vacation in CAL...thats too long a time to take leave !

 
At 4:54 PM, Blogger the still dancer said...

ki byapar ta ki, anae?

 
At 2:53 PM, Blogger Kusum Rohra said...

Er new post please :)

 
At 6:03 PM, Blogger Mind Curry said...

did something happen on that monday night???

 
At 10:43 AM, Blogger Arthur Quiller Couch said...

???

Hope you still exist.

 
At 5:39 PM, Blogger Sue said...

Hello? Anybody? Anybody at all?

 
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