Avunu

Avunu

The story of Avunu revolves mainly around Mohini (Poorna) and her husband Harsha (Harshvardhan Rane). They are a newly married couple and they settle down in a gated community near Gandipet called ‘Classic Homes’. Very soon, strange and unexplained phenomena are observed in the house. A ghost / spirit starts stalking Mohini and takes voyeuristic pleasure in watching her nude while dressing up etc. Meanwhile, their neighbors have a small kid, Vicky, who claims to be able to speak to his dead grandfather. Vicky seems to see the spirits of departed souls but no one believes him. He claims that the spirit of Captain Raju is in the house of the newlyweds. Harsha and Mohini make plans to go for a honeymoon to Paris. But things take an ugly turn once the ghost decides to start getting aggressive in its overtures towards Mohini. The shell shocked young lady attempts to flee from the evil spirit, but all her attempts are blocked.

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MF J (nl) wrote: Roman Polanski is a master behind a camera and recently his work has focused on the dynamic between male and female, dominant and dominee and this latest installment in his long and prolific work is the clear paroxysm of his obsessions. I'm scoring this film four stars because who nowadays is capable of keeping an audience entertained with barely two actors in a single time and space throwing lines at each others? The film is a tour de force of masterfully sleek mise-en- scene, exploration of sexuality and the tension between a man and a woman who learn slowly to know each others and end up reversing parts. This film is the work of someone who is very good at capturing some elements of human nature, an experienced eye in the art of relationships. I'm guessing this isn't going to be your typical Saturday night film but if you are wiling to take on the challenge to follow it, you won't be disappointed. This film reminds us that cinema is not only about CGI and spectacular crashes but also and before all about feelings and dynamics between characters. In the fabulous theater of life Polanski just signed one of his most challenging, accomplished, sophisticated and minimalistic work. Excellent from start to finish and definitely very surprising film.

Martin G (it) wrote: Concept intressant dans la ligne de Cube ou Buried, mais pas aussi bon. Mme si le film dure uniquement 1hr20, c'est un peu trops long. Ca aurais t mieux comme court mtrage probablement. Tout de mme pas mauvais pour les amateurs de films claustrophobique

WS W (ru) wrote: Indian Forrest Gump.

Richard C (ag) wrote: An insightful film......very well acted by all.

EWC o (jp) wrote: Went a bit far quite often, but pretty funny, though it's nowhere near borat.

David D (fr) wrote: A fun action packed sequel.

Orlok W (de) wrote: An eerie, offbeat and interesting early 70's Hammer Gothic horror oddity--It's A Mad Movie!!

Jayakrishnan R (nl) wrote: 87%I think that it is a pity insulting this film because it is clearly one of Tony Scott' best work to date. The title is apt for the plot, Denzel as always gives a fine performance,Paula Patton was also good. The first half and the begining of the film are the best parts in this film,i still think that the climax could have been more majestic and lengthy, Scott made this simple. The chase scene in the Hummer is a highlight of this film and the idea is good as well.

Steve S (es) wrote: I didn't like it. It was sad and a little boring. It was well acted but the plot was a little weak. I don't really recommend it.

Brandon S (es) wrote: I love this film. Not because I understand it completely, but because I don't. This is a masterful love story, no doubt, but Spike Jonze is making declarations about love, relationship, and technology that I'm not yet mature enough to understand, I suspect. Nevertheless, this is a masterfully told tale that I look forward to revisiting at a different time in my life.