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The newlywed Ramamoorthy and his clan are headed on a truck to their family deity's temple for a goat sacrifice ceremony. On the remote thoroughfare they encounter an accident, and a local ... See full summary »
Two engineering dropouts stumble upon the activities of a corrupt education minister owning engineering colleges and expose him. The minister wants revenge and launches a manhunt for them. The cat-and-mouse game begins.
Lens is a solid psychological thriller which delves into the cynical and twisted realm of human nature. It can be termed as a modern parable for the contemporary tech-savvy generation. It poses some seriously profound questions.
Being a compelling allegory about privacy intrusion, it works on various levels. The screenplay is razor-sharp and doesn't even afford you to blink. Acting is splendid. The direction is marvellous. What makes this movie so exciting and relevant is the important issues it arises. The film deals with the themes of Privacy encroachment, voyeurism, retaliation, moral deviance, ethical dissipation etc. And while addressing these issues, the film never feels preachy.
It is an excellent tale about the inherent demons in all of us. Today everybody sequesters his/her inner demons with everyone but that doesn't mean that that demon has perished. It still exists deep inside you waiting for a sound chance to come out. Isolating yourself from the real world and submerging into the virtual world is never going to help. It even intensifies the trouble.
The story is about the very same innate fiend and what happens if it unleashes.
Overall, a compelling thriller which should be watched by everyone because it carries a very ingenious and heartfelt life lesson. Superb!!!
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