Phanindra Narsetti’s Manu (2018) Movie Review

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3 Responses

  1. Sandeep says:

    Movie visuals are good, could have been better if directed well.

  2. Santosh Krishna kandula says:

    Ardham kani konni vishayaalu adbhutamga untay.

  3. Anil says:

    Manu is that rare case of a film which is targetting complexity is genius stuff. Abstracting things is real creativity. Phanindra’s effort doesn’t go waste as we have that set of intellectual viewers who celebrate every complex thing as Genius stuff. The life in this story is drained out with the formaldehyde narrative style. Manu just appears like those decorative corpses in the end. Normal Viewers plight is of rats in the Manu’s tin. We learn souls are capable of doing anything but being visible in mirrors (directors way of giving thrill in this thriller.) Our souls too walk up & down in dark theatre as we lie there lifeless in the seats as we are too tired searching for that emotional connectivity. Finally, the maker has his creative ego satisfied after Manu so that he can celebrate stories next time.

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