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This is story of homecoming from the late 1970s. Ten-year-old Vicky arrives at his grandparents' home in rural Kerala to attend his grandfather's funeral. The disjointed family gathers ... See full summary »
The story of a 12 year old boy who sells guppy fish for a living in his colorful beach side colony. When an engineer is summoned to construct a bridge, the contrasting characters cause great tension and turmoil.
The equation of Raghu and his son Abhi passes through various stages, and Raghu his son making the mistakes he did once. With a bit of help from someone new in their lives, the family passes through a turf of transformation.
Ryan Philips is a school boy who is always up to mischief when it comes to studying the maths subject. His life is turned around when he discovers a magical pen at his antique collecting grandfather's house.
An ode to Kerala and her people Through 10 filmmakers,10 journeys, one cinema. KERALA CAFE the quintessential railway cafeteria in every town and city. Over cups of coffee and timetables travelers cross paths, exchange glances, share stories and much more. From here, emerge stories full of humour, surprise, sensitivity, wonder, curiosity and revelations. Tales that illuminate the different faces of Kerala.Written by
It truly is the best movie I have seen in 2009 in Malayalam. It truly shows we still have quality artists in Malayalam. Excellent story telling, script, movie making and everything. I still cant get them out of my mind. Bridge, Makal, Nostalgia, Puramkazhchakal were extra-ordinary story telling. Island express is also worth mentioning.
All ten stories put together is an excellent choice, and reflection of the diversity one come across, as we move around in real life. Nostalgia has hit the right cords of a typical expat - beautiful, Bridge was very disturbing but excellent story telling, so was Makal, the end was absolutely stunning, even though one was kind expecting such a turn it still raced your adrenaline, and emotions.
Its a true mind stirrer !!! That was much more than one would expect from directors like Shaji Kilas, who I usually despair. Hope More comes out of kerala, Directors like these are an Asset whom I thought didn't exist after Barathan, lohithadas, padmarajan etc.
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