jallikattu movie : The most powerful depiction of toxic masculinity and violence is in Pellissery’s latest work, Jallikattu (2019) — selected as India’s official entry for the Academy Awards. Jallikattu is based on a short story by the Malayalam writer S Hareesh.
Jallikattu is a 2019 Indian Malayalam-language action film directed by Lijo Jose Pellissery with a screenplay by S. Hareesh and R. Jayakumar, based on the short story Maoist by Hareesh. The film stars Antony Varghese, Chemban Vinod Jose, Sabumon Abdusamad and Santhy Balachandran. The plot follows a bull that escapes from a slaughterhouse in a hilly remote village and the entire village men gathering to hunt down the animal.
Jallikattu premiered on 6 September 2019 at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival and received widespread critical acclaim. The film was showcased at the 24th Busan International Film Festival under the section ‘A Window on Asian Cinema’. It was released in the home state Kerala on 4 October 2019. Lijo Jose Pellissery received the Best Director trophy at the 50th International Film Festival of India. It is selected as the Indian entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 93rd Academy Awards from among 27 other films. It is the third Malayalam film after Guru and Adaminte Makan Abu to be chosen as India’s official entry to the Oscars.
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|Directed by||Lijo Jose Pellissery|
|Produced by||O. Thomas Panicker|
|Written by||S. HareeshR. Jayakumar|
by S. Hareesh
|Starring||Antony VargheseChemban Vinod JoseSabumon Abdusamad|
|Music by||Prashant Pillai|
|Edited by||Deepu Joseph|
|Distributed by||Friday Film House|
|Release date||6 September 2019 (Toronto)4 October 2019|
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If a buffalo that came to the slaughterhouse escapes and freezes the village in shock, that is ‘Jallikkattu’.
Varkey (Semban Vinod Jose) owns a butcher shop in a village in Idukki district of Kerala. Love for his assistant Antony (Anthony Varghese) over Varkey’s sister Sophie (Shanti Balachandran). One day the buffalo came to the butcher shop early in the morning and escaped in fear for his life. The savage buffalo shocks the town by looting the entire shop, church, party flag and garden. Uray gathers to catch that buffalo. So some people get hurt. One dies. Still, Antony struggles to prove himself by catching the buffalo. Meanwhile, Kuttachan (Sabumon) comes to catch the buffalo. He and Antony already have a bitter feud.
The film’s source material is the cultural biography of a town. There is no such thing as a protagonist, a heroine, a duet, a villain. But, this film doesn’t need that either. Idukki Jaffer drinks alcohol for most of the film. But, it is not distressing or annoying in any way. Chicken asks for his daughter’s wedding engagement and they humiliate him, thinking he’s in love. When he arrives home one way or another, the woman who ran away not liking the engagement returns home with the bag. There is no big reason why those lovers ’journey broke down. But, the scene acknowledges itself in the mold of reality.
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Semban Vinod Jose, who runs a butcher shop, approaches all human beings very naturally. The big point of town is asking for a little extra curry for the dog. He is going to calm down by showing anger at his servant without speaking against him.
Shanthi Balachandran does not have a big job in the film. Anthony, who thinks he has to get his way somehow, pulls in the middle of the cowboy fight and gives her a long kiss. Shanti has given a mature performance in the performances of that time.
Surprising credit for the movie Sabumon starring Kuttachan. The town celebrates that he is the one who is going to catch the buffalo. Ahan puts on every action of his. Sabumon has done justice to the cause of the enmity between him and Antony.
Only Anthony Varghese is given extra prominence in the film. He subtly expresses the subtle feelings of a selfish and greedy man, such as inciting Sabumon to commit a crime, then causing him to be caught by the police, exposing Shanti Balachandran, believing him to have grabbed the buffalo and thrown it into the well.
The boy who sells Sonbhapti to keep Uray quiet, the man who uses the same words after advising that it is not good to speak a bad word, the Christian priest who asks for pork because there is no environment to get beef, the SI who fights with his wife and defends his honor. Rare human beings are scattered throughout the film.
Krish Gangadharan has done magic in cinematography as if he was traveling with a favorite buffalo. He took several shots in a single shot and evoked amazement. Prasad Pillai’s background music adds extra strength to the
Editor Deepu Joseph has given a perfect picture in 95 minutes. The sound design is another level that is the sound of the clock, the barking of the sword, the sound of the rushing stream, the roar of beetles, the movements of the buffalo.
There is no credibility in the reason why the buffalo escapes a second time. Only scenes of that hunting man’s survival argument may have been omitted.
The screenplay co-written by Harish and Jayakumar bluntly reflects the gradual transformation of human beings into beastly traits. It is awe-inspiring to see buffaloes so proud of themselves and to jump on the field with torches and fireballs. Director Lijo Jose stands out in the way he manages and manages the crowd and meets the technical challenges most elegantly. ‘Jallikattu’ shines as another crown jewel in Malayalam cinema.
During a period of COVID-induced self-isolation this year, I watched Malayalam movies. They were like a balm. The backwaters are beautiful, as in ad films; the people are engagingly real. The stories are intensely local, set on the blurred boundaries between rural and urban that is so peculiar to Kerala. One plot unfolds in Kumbalangi, another in Angamaly, and a third in Idukki; the settings are richly specific to the narratives. In another film, after their inter-caste marriage, a couple leave southern Kerala to start a new life in Kasaragod in the north.
These are ensemble stories, perhaps because Kerala is in some ways more egalitarian than many other places; also because that’s how communities live. There are awkward brothers, inquisitive grandmothers, and a teenager who plays football, cooks dinner and yearns for his mum. I love that a person called Baby can be a woman or a man, diminutive or large in size, Hindu or Muslim or Christian by faith. A character can drive an auto, be a friend, and have a hobby, all at once. Identity doesn’t feel rigidly fixed. People can change. Can it be that people are complex?
The characters resist easy categorisation. A photographer learns from his elderly father how to see. Three people find themselves in a Rashomon-like plot set inside a police station. After the death of a Tamil man at a roadside ironing stand, his Malayali employer silently befriends his employee’s widow. It is just that: Friendship. Indeed, one of the best things about Malayalam cinema is how it depicts friendship between people of different backgrounds not just as possible, but also light, natural and valuable. It shows what brings people together.
But film is also a powerful way to explore what divides people, such as misogyny, toxic masculinity, and lasting enmities between people in a society that continues to be riven with feudal and hierarchical elements. And that is the theme of Lijo Jose Pellissery’s cinema. His Angamaly Diaries (2017) shows that man’s inclination for violence runs deep. Ee Ma Yau (2018) shows that it runs deeper than the depth of a grave. In the first film, a religious procession becomes the site of a fight; in the other, a man’s grave itself becomes an embattled space.
The most powerful depiction of toxic masculinity and violence is in Pellissery’s latest work, Jallikattu (2019) — selected as India’s official entry for the Academy Awards. Jallikattu is based on a short story by the Malayalam writer S Hareesh.
Like the landscape of Kerala, S Hareesh’s writing contains breathtakingly beautiful sentences. They are dense and textured, with rich detail — the dip and swirl of birds against the bright green fields, the movement of long-oars gliding through the canal, the flitting of pied paddy skimmers over the pond — when suddenly, one word can stop us short, such as: Hunger.
I think of the opening scene of Hareesh’s award-winning novel, Moustache (Meesha in Malayalam). Paviyan, who lives on the embankment of the Chozhiyappara fields, is walking home one night in the month of Karkitakam. After going to “those with overfilled grain chests and stores of paddy” seeking a bit of rice, he is returning empty-handed. On the way home, he sees an eenampechi, or pangolin. “He picked it up thinking it would amuse his children, make them forget their hunger for a while.”
Even in God’s own country, just beneath the surface, one encounters hunger, inequality and deep fissures that are never quite forgotten. A starving child. A boy digging the earth for roots. The ghost of a man who has starved to death, still asking for kanji water. A scrawny migrant worker; a well-fed priest. “Caste is still the primary signifier of worth, dignity, and position of people in Kerala,” writes Hareesh in the foreword to Moustache.
About Hareesh’s fiction, I have to say this: There are sentences in his prose that, when they end, I have to go back and read them again from start to finish, because they are so magically crafted. It is the same with Pellissery’s film sequences.
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Such as the opening moments of Jallikattu: Before dawn, a clock ticking, and people’s eyes snapping open, one by one. Among the first words spoken in the film: “Hold the rope tight.” A knife being sharpened; a sudden lunge; and blood spreading darkly on the ground.
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