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Chirakkal Kelu Nayanar, a warrior in 16th century Kerala wants to avenge his father killed in a confrontation with Vasco da Gama and his troops and is assisted by his best friend Vavvali and warrior princess Ayesha.
Malli is a 19 year old girl, who joined a terrorist organization at a very young age after her brother was killed in the cause. Now in her young adulthood, she volunteers for a suicide assassination mission to kill a VIP in the service of her cause. With intricate preparations and seemingly firm resolve, she makes her way to the target area where the plot will be executed. However, events occur that make her question her determination to complete her mission and the very nature of the sacrifice that she is called upon to make. Written by
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The greatest movie with the least dialogue since silent films.
This movie should be seen, if for any other reason than to see a story told with minimal dialogue. The script couldn't have been more than 30 pages. Great visuals, and great acting using expression and editing. The only problem is that the ending should have been cut by about 5 seconds. Once you see it you will know what I am talking about. With little dialogue I was suprised how enthralled I was. I never once remember feeling like the movie should move faster. Worth a view.
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