Thampi retired as an accountant from Indian Railway in mid-1980s following his son's death leads a solitary life in his ancestral house. Thampi's grandson Bhasker aka Pachu had completed his medicine from Bangalore. Thampi is excited when his grandson Pachu, comes along with his friends to spend his vacation with grandpa.During the vacation Pachu and his friends often goes to the nearby beach for a swim. During one such visit Pachu and Lopez gets pulled into the ocean and only Lopez manages to escape. . Eventually the body is found on the third day. The funeral is held on the same day and Pachu's friends gets ready to leave the day after. They all visit the beach one last time to say goodbye to Pachu where they see Thampi arriving with priests to perform the funeral rites of Pachu. While performing the "bali", he takes the ultimate decision and walks away into the sea with the "balichoru" in his hands to the shock of all others.
An old man spends his life in solitude awaiting his grandson to come for vacation after 6 years. His arrival made him the happiest man in the world but it didn't last long as he thought. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gouri Shankar M (au) wrote: Good Movie .....esp the characters Pannaiyar and his wife ,they were really good !
Justin T (ag) wrote: A quirky little indie comedy, but aren't they all quirky?
Jason K (ca) wrote: not a fan of movies in which the lead character is a pushover loser, sorry
Jillian L (de) wrote: So, I don't quite know what this wanted to be. On one hand, it could have been this fun, kind of off beat comedy, or it could have been a family drama. This was a weird mixture of both, and I didn't know whether I should be laughing or not. Something I did like was that this was about a niche subject, it was still able to be followed and relatable. This was a lot in part thanks to the acting of Shlomo Bar-Aba and Lior Ashkenazi, who played the father and son. I really enjoyed both of their performances. These are two complicated men and their relationship with each other is just as complicated. So, in the end, I think this is interesting, but I wish is was more focused in what it was trying to say.
Simon B (ag) wrote: Mainstream "dead girls wants help" film.
Jen M (au) wrote: Bad Murphy sequel should be PG-13. Ages 11+
David W (au) wrote: A Disney classic with lady power! "You Fight good...." LOL
David H (br) wrote: Possibly one of the worse films ever made. Once described by someone, somewhere, with obviously nothing better to do than rent 3 videos a day for 50p, as 'fucking brilliant' this is a classic example of 80's plagerism thinking the general public will rent anything that bears a fleeting resemblance to other horror classics. They were right however. We did... Summer of 1991. Long and arduous. Should have been revising for my A-Levels but mispent my youth watching trash. Less than low budget tosh. Worse than Headhunter. And thats saying something.
Palina P (au) wrote: What the hell. All my life, I felt I was missing something. Now, I do not.
Davey M (au) wrote: Scathing and scabrous, hilarious and horrifying, absurd and obtuse. Those are a few adjectives for one of Bunuel's best (and certainly one of his funniest) films. It's called "The Exterminating Angel."
Juliana C (jp) wrote: Wonderful movie. Very good script and acting. I wish it was in colours.
Pete E (br) wrote: Great classic British movie. Nice ending too. Very stiff upper lip!!
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Hailey O (fr) wrote: It's LeviOsa not LeviosA
Bryan P (br) wrote: Let us prey is set in Scotland and sees a Police officer on her first night on patrol in a strange town with even weirder police officers. When she sees a hit and run but with no body at the scene she realises things are not all as they seem. As soon as the missing man turns up at the station things start to get weird and one by one the people at the station start to lose there mind about things they have done in the past. Very strange film indeed what will probably not be a good fit for many people
Ted S (us) wrote: Really great from the get go (and all the way through). It's violent and funny, Balwin is amazing. I don't know why they don't run this on television a lot more often. It's a gem of a movie!