Kadha, Samvidhanam Kunchakko

Kadha, Samvidhanam Kunchakko

A no-holds money lender decides to turn into a new leaf after marrying the woman he loves, but the path to redemption is tougher than it seems.

Sreenivasan plays Kunchacko, a no-holds-barred money minter who has chopped off heads and hearts on his way to the top of the world. Getting married to Ann Mary (Meena) prompts him to turn a few new green leaves, though he soon figures out that making amends is not as easy as it seems. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kadha, Samvidhanam Kunchakko torrent reviews

Jennie S (fr) wrote: don't know wat it's about

Scott M (ru) wrote: The amount of suspense & violence makes "Shallow Ground" a rather eerie , atsmopheric and unsettling little film.

Joe H (ca) wrote: A thought-provoking film that examines the paramount importance of free expression whilst also reminding us of the deadly perils of such freedom. Geoffrey Rush and Joaquin Phoenix both give tremendous performances as two individuals on an opposite spectrum; one preferring to live in moderation and the other preferring to live in base excess.

Roger R (es) wrote: This film is ok I guess, but calling it the out of towners invites comparison with the infinitely better original and it ends up being a disappointment

Consuela G (es) wrote: As epic period dramas go this one was okay, there are several tellings of this particular story on film, but this one lack the true passion of some of the others. I liked it, but I wont recommend it for entertainment.

Alyssa N (ru) wrote: I watched this with low expectations, since the amazing book by Dennis Cooper that this movie is based on is heavily psychological and therefore hard to recreate on screen, but this felt like only a half-hearted attempt. The acting is embarrassing. Some of the voice-overs are quite eloquent, but that's simply because they're taken directly from the book, which this movie version ultimately detracts from.

Gordon I (kr) wrote: Big fan. Tarr's the man.

Gabriel Arthur P (fr) wrote: This might be the first film I've seen that legitimately glorifies cannibalism. I've seen plenty of cannibal films: "Alive" explored the tragedy of cannibalism; "Cannibal Holocaust" and "Hannibal" exotified cannibalism for shock value; and that's what you usually find. It obviously takes an unusual mind to explore the mythos of cannibalism as a form of enlightenment, and apparently such a mind was present here. "Hannibal" doesn't quite approach the same feat, as the audience is carefully instructed to dismiss Dr. Lecter as an insane person. Here in this film we simply have animals being animals, and it's very strange to behold. Now for technical: everything's great. Even in the dark scenes, the lighting was well done. The acting seems natural. And the music is hideous and beautiful -- it was the score's reputation that drove me to watch the film, and I have to admit that it's very engaging.