Set in Chellanam, Kochi, the story of Ee. Ma. Yau revolves around the death of Vavachan Mesthiri in a coastal village. It showcases the events that unfold between two evenings and looks at death from different perspectives.
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The film journeys into the complex web of human relationships, customs, rituals, and beliefs that express and mark life as well as death. The spectral atmosphere of a maritime culture that has drawn its economic survival, cultural sustenance and spiritual traditions from a long and tumultuous history of colonial conquests is palpable in the visual treatment and narrative pace of EeMaYou.
The film took me on a whirl. It gives a constant shoot of adrenaline in the most predictable scenes by revealing the agendas and cursory nods we have learnt to live in the society. Every whirl was a opening a nasty part of funerals. Wonderful.
It compares to movies like Carnage, Synechdoche, Thondimuthalum Drusakshiyum, Panchavadi Paalam and all to me.
Most parts of the movie is cast with a heavy rain that adds magic to the senseless hullaballoo. Beautifully orchestrated. I fell in love with the director.
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