Mysskin’s love for human emotions and to portray the dark and moody side of it has always been a mystery to tell. To write off Pisasu as a supernatural flick would be a long shot, the movie captures the essence of a horror flick and shifts into an emotional drama without giving us the whim of the transition. In one word, remarkable direction! As any other Mysskin movie, the BGM and camera does wonders to the screenplay, adding rich whipping cream on the top of the story. Arrol is off to a dream debut and the opening song just sweeps our feet off. Ravi’s camera work is stunning, capturing the director’s intention intact. A shot from 40 feet off the ground is just enough to prove the cinematographer’s prowess.