One’s about losing their mind over acceptance; the other’s about losing their acceptance and minding it terribly.
‘Malayankunju’ is swathed in the claustrophobic robes of a survival thriller, but dig deeper and you’ll find some troubling allegories.
Severance is a finely tuned thriller that traces the arc of hapless employees and their cubicled lives. Brace for chilling memories. Or not.
Delhi Crime 2 is a disturbing, visceral look at our rapidly evolving and devolving society’s cleaved biases and financial strata.
‘19 (1) (a)’ is debutant director Indhu V.S.’s ruminating, pensive look at the power of words in the face of vile forces.
Two Malayalam movie titles. Separated by a letter. United by powerful storytelling.
Director Jasmeet K. Reen triumphs with a scintillating debut that’s a black welt of a comedy to encompass a dark domestic truth.
Director Anubhav Sinha’s most ambitious outing raises questions that disturb, confound, and trouble.
Thar and The Underground Railroad: from gore to magical swirls of human struggles.
Puzhu is director Ratheena and Mammootty’s subtle master class in the devastating effects of bias and bigotry.