SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
Finally, devotees of Electronic Dance Music have a film to call their own — a moving and genuine representation of the craftsman as a youthful DJ, attempting to end up in that dubious hazy area where individual and expert yearnings focalize. Be that as it may, enough about Mia Hansen-Love’s “Eden.” For viewers who incline toward their stories about growing up told in expansive, have faith in-yourself brushstrokes, make proper acquaintance with “We Are Your Friends,” a brashly enthralling, none-as well influential story of a capable 23-year-old performer from the San Fernando Valley attempting to infiltrate the sparkling more elite classes of Hollywood nightlife. Endeavoring to catch an authoritative screenshot of millennial tension, Max Joseph’s formally imaginative, drastically ordinary coordinating introduction likely won’t win raves from EDM fans, especially the individuals who dismiss the thought of Zac Efron as their head-slamming Hollywood publication kid. Still, there’s no denying that the star’s difficult to-oppose request will draw standard eyes and ears to a photo that would preferably turn an available underdog yarn than tap into the more resounding specifics of its milieu.