Friday, 3 June 2016

Iraivi - Feminism in Fresh Note

Penning a movie review after a very long time, coincidentally it has ended up with an FDFS and thus this could be a review that was not influenced by anybody else's views.

Its been two years since I wrote my last review and I ultimately stopped penning reviews with a doubt whether do I really eligible to review a movie. To put in the words of Oscar Wilde, 'A critic should educate the public'. I was feeling inferior thinking I could not be an educator.

But, after watching Iraivi, my fingers have started itching to write a review about it. The moment I left the theatre, having lunch in between, dropping my friend at his home and coming back home, throughout the way back to my place, the dialogues and frames of the movie was passing through my mind again and again. When, I stepped into my home, the first word from my mom was "Saptiya", which just shook me. This one word is being portrayed in this whole picture.

However, I'm not gonna be an imposing critic, but this piece of writing is just a viewer's note of Iraivi.