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Set in the pre-independent India, Aloshi returns from the war to his estranged family and childhood love, only to find his elder brothers taking the side of a ruthless business man to overthrow their father.
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.
Sibi Sebastian and his never ending struggle to make it big in life, his quest for new horizons and opportunities. While others pass by, his relentless determination takes him to the most unexpected situation in his life.
Manikandan R. Achari
The lives of four Trichur-based crooks, Kowta Shivan, Paara Wilson, Chembakara Gilbert and Pratheesh, cross paths with Tips Dayanandan, a lazy, good-for-nothing man who lives off his wife's hard-earned money, on one fateful Harthal day.
Chemban Vinod Jose
A Movie that reminds 'Earth doesn't belong to Man...Man belongs to Earth'
The movie title itself makes you wonder what the movie is about. Lord Livingstone is a fictional forest and 7000 Kandi is a village within the forest unknown to the outer world.
Philipose is a survivalist who wanders around exploring nature and has a profound love towards it. He accidentally finds out about the village 7000 kandi inside the forest of Lord Livingstone, named after the British company that bought the land decades ago. When a group of industrialists starts clearing up the forest to extract wood and minerals, Philipose fears that they might soon find the village and destroy it too. Left helpless by environmental organizations and authorities, Philipose decides to seek help from random people from his address book to join him in saving the forest and the village. 6 strangers join Philipose in his fight to protect 7000 kandi.
In LL7KK, director Anil Radhakrishnan Menon was able to highlight the need for preservation of nature. The movie relies heavily on the social cause such that it overshadows the general entertainment factors which can be a huge drawback to people who expect this movie to be like his earlier flicks. There were moments when the movie went out of track but still managed to end up pretty good.
Cinematography and BGM are some of the plus points of this movie as most of the scenes were shot inside the forest. Also, the set created for the village and the costumes and looks of the villagers by the art department deserves a special mention. All of the cast members did their roles very well.
The forest/nature is the protagonist in this movie. It can be a new and fresh experience for you if you are willing to watch something out of the ordinary.
"Earth doesn't belong to man. Man belongs to Earth."
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