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The story revolves around the life of a planter, Adam Joan Pothan from the village Mundakkayam. One day, he unexpectedly meets a girl named Emy and they go to Scotland together. The new people he meets on his journey changes his life.
Amar, Akbar and Anthony are close friends living in Kochi. They enjoy a carefree life. Their perceptions and beliefs get shattered with an unexpected event and the resulting story forms the plot of the movie.
Unni Mukundan who is very passionate about his first movie, coincidentally meets director David Paul. At the same time, the life experiences of Amal, who relocates himself to Cochin, makes him undergo a total change in his vision of life.
Trapped in a life of crime, a mysterious getaway driver, lives with this code of conduct and protects his only friend. When he meets someone who can potentially change his entire world, he yearns at a chance for redemption.
Tiyaan' is a film that demands a totally different perspective while watching. The story and the subtle details provided on non-dualism and non-dualistic philosophy throughout were something not for the regular moviegoers. It requires a further and sometimes even deeper understanding of 'monism' and monistic principles. And this was the fundamental reason, why the movie deploys characters and instances that en-route from a dualistic standpoint towards a monistic juncture.
Hence, judging it by the terms which were widely used in the dialogues, and linking those terms with the 'Hindutva ideology' would be totally unfruitful and misinterpreting, because what the movie tried to tell was much more grandiose than a mere religious belief system.
There were instances, which I need to admit that the film failed and even fell flat on its face. The half-baked characters, commercialization of the visuals for the mass audience and even the execution in certain parts were totally disappointing. Apart from it, the movie is nothing less than a gem that came out this year.
It is not a movie that conveys a message to the human society, rather one of its kind that gives it to the human mind and soul.
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