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Guileless like a child and ever so full of life, Ambili is beloved by everyone in his village. The story traces Ambili's outlook towards life and of challenges others surrounding him that face him on an everyday basis.
Rishi and Jerry are great friends. A strange turn of events lead the duo to an orphanage in Munnar, along with a local politician named Jerry. The events that unfold during their stint in the hill station form the crux.
An investigative thriller with elements of romance, the film narrates the story of two couples: a Kochi-based scrap artist named Luca and his girlfriend Niharika; and a police officer named Akbar and his wife Fathima.
Pallavi is a strong-willed woman who has always aspired to become a pilot. How she gets back on her feet through sheer resilience after being beset by a series of personal crises forms the crux of the film.
Maradona, a young man, due to some dangerous situations, moves out of his hometown and reaches Bangalore to stay with his distant relatives. However, during his stay there, his situation worsens further.
Chemban Vinod Jose,
Sharanya R. Nair
Capsule Review: And the Oskar Goes To... (6 Stars)
As you begin to watch And the Oskar Goes To... you feel like you are watching a substandard film with a low production value that somehow got to cast the talented Tovino Thomas in it. Then as the story of a determined filmmaker takes pace you begin to see the magic that director Salim Ahmed spews as he tugs at your heartstrings by showing the plight of independent filmmakers who struggle with production, promotion, and other aspects of creating cinema. Although the autobiographical traces are a bit arrogant when you read between the lines of the dialogues, And the Oskar Goes To... manages to keep you hooked with its simple story and a deeper description of the madness of cinema that some people harbour. Ahmed writes his characters well and that is one of the reason why that substandard nature rubs off from the film as veterans like Salim Kumar and SIddique grace the screen and make it more lively. Thomas drives the film with his nuanced performance and I am really starting to see a range here. I also have issues with how the female foreigner character is portrayed in the film, but I guess the other female character played by Anu Sithara makes up for it. Overall, there are glaring issues with this emotional drama but it still finishes the race with good marks. The meta element at the end is clever. TN.
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