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Tuesday, March 22

CR No. 89 (2015) - Review Roundup

Crime No. 89 Theatrical Poster
The slow burning intensity of the narrative makes 'CR NO.89' an absorbing film that never even for a moment puts on show the limitations that must have been imposed on it on account of its nominal budget. Flaunting the most evasive of cinematic virtues - a preservation of creative distinctiveness - the expertly staged and paced 'CR No. 89' earns for itself a proud place in the archives of Malayalam cinema. (Read more)
Rating: 3 out of 5

Ashok Kumar, who portrays the mechanic, is capable of conveying thoughts through the slightest physical effort or facial twitch. The movie draws much from his performance and he does exceedingly well in breathing life into the simple tale. (Read more)
Rating: 3 out of 5

In the making Sudevan follows the offbeat method of film making that has these long pauses and uncut lengthy shots with a single frame. In a way that treatment helps the movie to establish the characters. The screenplay also succeeds in creating a curiosity. Dialogues are realistic. I loved the way he included two characters, the man whose marriage was fixed and the last person we see in the cinema; these characters gives us a measure of the mechanic’s social awareness. (Read more)
Rating: 3 out of 5

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