Bipedal birth and the tales of starved fetus ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… This gigantic capacity of carrying a billion neurons in the 1.5 kg shielded box makes human species distinctive (both positive and negative sense) to the other creations. It makes his birth complicated and destined his survival fate more complicated rather than other species…. The demand-supply chain and the mathematical equation of energy-mass forced the hungry fetus pushed to come out in existence, with a demand that, ‘the mother will feed and foster the inept baby for next two years till it uses its own brain for toddling and until has gonna bipedal by using its extensively large and effective brain.

Weird, but human birth is as well the painful urge of a growing fetus, for coming out into the existence, to take a bipedal walk in the seashore… Continue reading Bipedal birth and the tales of starved fetus ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Cynicism and the buggy codes of life (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Cynicism can pull out the tacit action that we hesitate to deliver. Sometime it appeared essential to assess the buggy codes of life, to rectify the cliché resonance of life as well. World is noisy and loaded by myriad action of life. Majority of them is customary and worm-eaten, needed here to bear the life until end. Few of the majority keep values to justify the purpose of life and soon eaten by worm before disappear forever. Out of the majority, sparse of them is essential to consider the objective of life and disturbing for social people to legalize their validity in this planet… Continue reading Cynicism and the buggy codes of life (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Human, all Too Human: The Turin Horse and Cinematic Struggle to Survive ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

…However, who can say the wind will stop or not? Rather, it would better to stand still as a stubborn horse denies everything apocalyptic. Readers, that was the end of Nietzschean silence and be the begging of Béla Tarr’s mesmeric cinematic silence, where apocalyptic wind in a remote village decided to take no rest until destroyed everything that is responsible for wind-ticks day-night, tasteless dine, tireless struggle, resilient hope and tedious wait that frantic wind will stop one day for the sake of existence… Continue reading Human, all Too Human: The Turin Horse and Cinematic Struggle to Survive ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Rhythmic Eternity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… time is coming to preserve original to serve our own interest. Perhaps it would be “African” or “Bengali” and maybe any other part of the world. We need to preserve all our efforts for greater interest of human civilization./ … A day will come when we have no choice rather to exit the planet. When we will start the journey to an unknown planet, it’s not absurd that we loaded our suitcase with the happiest things we enjoyed here. This little video footage will perhaps accompanied one by these days of exit. Continue reading Rhythmic Eternity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Vagabond in Power: The UniNational Anthem on Fela Kuti’s Denial ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Fela tried to establish music as a weapon for politics, where every artist is a political person by his own ways of living, thinking and breathing. His overseas tour in Berlin, it was late seventies and Fela came to a decision that, time is coming to change the meaning of VIP (Very Important Personality) to the new meaning of “Vagabond in Power”… Continue reading Vagabond in Power: The UniNational Anthem on Fela Kuti’s Denial ⇒ Kirno Sohochari