AKAM

Akam

We rarely get to see an Indian film that is more than manic Bollywood-musical or hack gangster flick. If only for that reason, it is fantastic that we can screen Shalini Usha Nair’s debute feature, a stilistic and suggestive psycho-thriller with its roots in Indian mythology and modernity alike. Srinivas, a young, successfull achitect, is disfigured after a car crash. Shortly thereafter, his girlfriend leaves him and he sinks into a pit of self contempt. He meets ... Read More