VUJA DE

Synopsis:

The changes brought by time in human relations. The dissonances in such changes..And journey of a man that transcends place and time, seeking a solution for those dissonances...


Our Review:

It is a great film about time travel through dream. The idea is really interesting and exciting. The lead actors performed really well. The close up shots in black & white was very beautiful. Kudos to the director and the cinematographer. The writing is also great. The Director has shown how human relationships can change over time. Trying to explain a concept like this in such a small film is difficult and the director has succeeded very well. Wish there was a scene or two on how bad the women/girl is or some signs on how their relationship is bad.

Director Biography - Joby Varghese Joby Varghese was born on 4 June 1977 to a middle-class family in Chalakudy,Kerala, India. His father is K. T Varghese and mother, M O Mary. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Christ College Irinjalakuda. During his studies attended many film festivals and watched many world classics. Kurosawa's Rashomon, DeSica's Bicycle Thieves and Ingmar Bergman's The Seventh Seal were among them, and they influenced him immensely. He is a self taught filmmaker. Joby Varghese debuted as director with Back to beat (2012) a short film completed in a single shot of 7mins, which competed in competition section of Signs Short Film Festival Kerala.


Credits

  • Joby Varghese Director

  • Joby Varghese Writer

  • Joby Varghese Producer

  • Jijoy P R Producer

  • Jijoy P R Key Cast

  • Athira Patel Key Cast

  • Hena Chandran Key Cast


Specifications

  • Project Type: Experimental, Short

  • Runtime: 17 minutes 35 seconds

  • Completion Date: September 12, 2017

  • Production Budget: 390 USD

  • Country of Origin: India

  • Country of Filming: India

  • Language: Malayalam

  • Shooting Format: Digital, DSLR

  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

  • Film Color: Black & White and Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: No

  • Student Project: No

















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