Pisaasu Movie Review The Hindu


There’s just one song, and it’s extraordinarily shot — a reminder to other directors that you don’t need to seek beauty in the Alps; you can find it in the heart of the city, if you have a vision and an alert camera. (The framing is exquisite.) And I love the way Mysskin shoots action, which comes with an almost existentialist tinge. There was a time when Mysskin’s movies had stretches that could be termed amateurish, but in Onaayum Aattukuttiyum and Pisasu, he has overcome those excesses. The filmmaking is more than clean. It’s — and I’m not saying this lightly — pure.