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The teenage son of a farmer from an underprivileged caste kills a rich, upper caste landlord. Will the farmer, a loving father and a pacifist by heart, be able to save his hot-blooded son is the rest of the story.
Vincent Pepe who wanted to be a powerful leader of a righteous gang that ruled the city, like his seniors. And then there's the rival clan with the malicious gangsters of Angamaly a locale on which the film is based.
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.
The film revolves around four brothers who share a love-hate relationship with each other. Their relationship progresses to another level when Saji, Boney, and Franky decide to help Bobby stand by his love.
Amen tells the story of people around an ancient Nasrani Church. The plot is set in a village, Kumarankary, where its inhabitants are always garbed in white - a motif which the film deftly ... See full summary »
Manoharan is a poster artist struggling to find respect for his profession, after the advent of printing technology. He tries hard to get into the mainstream, by picking up design software skills. Will he succeed?
I am always gave a special attention to some of the filmmaker's new updates all among the country and abroad, and Lijo Jose Pellissery is one among them. I am always keen about to know about everything that associate with their new outcomes. When I heard about Lijo's next movie will deal with a buffalo and initially titled as Pothu, I smelled something epic is going to happen. Then the first look and all others came on the way, it then changed its title as Jallikkattu. After its premier in the prestigious TIFF, I marked in my mind that I am gonna it early on its release here in Kerala. I got that and experienced it. And stunned. Lijo, once again deliberately invites us our attention to a big fantastic product. So simply in my way, Jallikkattu is an extraordinary film. I like it in all the way. Lots of goodness in the film (not in the sense of subject but in way of delivering it). I like the haunting music, that he always prefer Prashant Pillai's composition and DOP from his Agamaly companion Girish Gangadharan. All these factors add that brilliant odor to the film. I love the film and wondered about it. I suggest you to experience it in theatres near to you.
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