The movie is simply astounding as it is saturated with messages from the beginning to the end. I did not expect a movie with such a different story in an industry which is laden with generic stories of hope, love and themes alike.
The story was also eye-opening as I was not aware of the concept of 'honor killing' (Not too sure if this is the right term) within the community of the elderly. I am really saddened to learn that this actually happens in India and I hope people would change their perception of the elders. This movie paves the path towards this as it presents the elderly in a new light.
Indians praise the Korean movie scene which has loads of movies with unusual stories. Guess what? We have an excellent candidate to contend now!
I only have one problem with the movie. The opening scene has a small logic flaw whereby the elderly person actually managed to walk immediately after waking up from his coma. This is technically not possible at all. However, bear in mind that this DOES NOT affect my opinion of the movie as it is still a masterpiece!
KD, an 80 year old villager overhears his children say that they want him dead to claim their inheritance. Realising he has never truly lived, he enlists the help of a young orphan boy Kutti. The pair head off on a road trip trying to complete KD's bucket list, rediscovering the meaning of life and friendship along the way.
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Jul 09, 2020 at 01:18 pm