Jude Anthany Joseph’s ‘Sara’s’, with Anna Ben and Sunny Wayne, is an entertaining, feel-good take on the “child vs. career” dilemma

Posted on July 5, 2021


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Anna Ben debuted in Kumbalangi Nights, and the films that followed, Kappela and Helen, played on her innocence and charm. This is a girl we want to root for on screen. She’s a good girl to whom you don’t want bad things to happen. It’s interesting to see Anna Ben play with this persona with a role that requires her to be a little selfish. Selfishness is usually considered a bad thing. But sometimes, you need to be selfish to get the things that you really want in life; society might not let you get it otherwise. 

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