Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal

Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal

Kunju Lakshmi is the youngest daughter of the aristocratic Kavumpattu family in Peruvannapuram. She is pampered by her brothers and is a little arrogant. The family owns the local college. Sivasankaran comes to the college as a peon to replace the Padmanabhan who fails to give the promised donation to the Kavumpattu family in return for the job. In the meantime a love note that was written for Kunju by a classmate ends up in her book and she accuses Sivasankar of writing her the letter. Kunju gets into a fight with Sivasankaran. Her brothers join the fight and Sivasankaran declares that he will marry Kunju in 15 days.

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Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal torrent reviews

Andrew H (kr) wrote: Crappy move, but love Italy.

Bill B (fr) wrote: I tend to generally dislike it when an entire film is told in flashback, as it limits any suspense you may have about a lead character who has obviously survived, and this one is no exception.An okay thriller, but nothing really worth seeking out unless you just love the leads or something.Rental at best.

Alexandra P (ru) wrote: Surprising, in a good way.

Michael M (kr) wrote: Would have worked better as a short film. Lacked the depth to be a feature film and it showed, as it ran out of steam. Relied solely on the charm of the main characters and not enough on direction and depth.

Thrse F (jp) wrote: Extremely not interested

Joseph C (ru) wrote: Cronenberg's early to mid-eighties work is consistently arresting. They are certainly horrific, but Cronenberg was able to take the forms of horror and give them a certain philosophical relevance. This piece was a lot of fun, I think. I wonder if Cronenberg, in many of these films, was trying to cinematically map our body in a postmodern culture? They flow as if he had read Lyotard or Jameson. Cronenberg and Lynch both seem narrativize and imagine profoundly traumatic psychic events -- the former's genius is, I think, in his constantly morphing bodies. They have a plasticity which, while both haunting and grotesque, in a literal sense "give body" to concepts otherwise unimaginable, eg, the way the television set becomes organic while James Woods' character's body becomes more hardware, even being able to accept VHS tapes into a slit in his stomach.

Michael D (ru) wrote: Turgid horse manure. Well shot but boring.

LarsErik L (ag) wrote: ?r pltsligt helt begriplig igen; nr jag sg den frra gngen, i brjan av -90-talet, var den fullstndigt frmmande fr tidsandan. Passa p nu, det kan drja innan mottagligheten tervnder!

Eduardo C (au) wrote: Luis Bunuel's masterpiece about the torments and crisis a nun is forced to endure right before she's about to take her final vows through no fault of her own. Immensely powerful, sobering and moving.

Dave H (jp) wrote: need to see all the carry on films still.

Giffy G (jp) wrote: I watched this movie solely because I liked other George Pal movies and wanted to see this quintessential classic. It was slowly paced, but I cared about the characters and wanted to know how the movie ended. The special effects, while amazing for their time, were horribly dated sadly, and the resolution was disappointing. However, I enjoyed and may even watch again.

Jerrod O (ca) wrote: Cool movie when Conrad was with Beatrice, the rest was trash.

Kevin F (it) wrote: Pretty Amazing... =] !!! And cool time jumping of the seat...