This crazy movie… People have become beasts.
To sum up the Indian film “Jallikattu” in a word, it would be the same sentence as above. It depicts issues inherent in modern society and issues that can be empathized with any audience in any country as a metaphor. 파워볼사이트
“Jallikattu” is a movie about a water buffalo that ran away from a butcher’s farm in a rural village,
devastating the whole village, and a chase that takes place as the men of the village go out to catch the buffalo.
The peaceful village quickly became a mess due to men trying to subdue the buffalo,
and the hunt for buffalo, where the distinction between humans and animals has disappeared, gradually turns into indiscriminate and violent madness.
The movie, which follows runaway humans, asks the question,
“Who is truly an animal. For your information, Jallikattu is a traditional competition
held during a harvest festival in Tamil Nadu, southern India,
where participants ride on the back of the unleashed bull and hold it as long as they can or overpower it.
It’s a bloody group game. Of course, what you draw in the movie is not really Jallikattu, but the fight between humans is no different from Jallikattu.
The movie starts with order and gradually moves on to chaos.
The peaceful landscape of the village is depicted in a comfortable and stable rhythm,
but soon a series of events burst, exploding with dynamic energy,
and running into violent and fast rhythms. As the story unfolds, a wide spectrum of scenes from beauty to bizarreity unfolds on the screen.
The movie, which runs like crazy, captivates the eyes and ears of the audience.
First of all, the background of the movie attracts attention with overwhelming magic.
Set in South India, the film is set in Katapana, Iduki district, Kerala, India.
The scenes of the local color of the area are filled with local religion and food culture, making them feel alive.
Music also embodies madness well. A cappella, chanting, hand tapping, etc.
are inserted to create a rhythm that goes from static to discordant and static again.
The agitation of the listener’s mind makes the audience sense the animal impulse that reacts inside them.