Jail Tamil Movie Download in Kuttymovies Isaimini Moviesda: Three childhood friends are evicted from their village under the guise of rehabilitation.
Apart from adjusting to the new reality, they must fight for their rights and work hard to make a living.
At the end of the prison, the text on the screen read, “Sila Sambavangalukku Piragu…” It turned me off—wait, aren’t we watching the movie?
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|Release Date:||9 December 2021|
Would you like to share with us the nature of the said incidents? The film jumps to a later time when the protagonist, Karna (GV Prakash), is asked to do a lot by his friend, Kalai (Pasanga Pandi), which leaves us also wondering: “What happened in between?”
And then, the film begins filling up this forced narrative gap created for no reason except to manipulate you into feeling some curiosity.
This isn’t a film that had until then shown any interest in reverse chronology, and yet, it doesn’t care about suddenly screening events from you as a gimmick. You see this all the time in Jail—this tendency to force events and conflicts, in order to maintain the illusion of excitement.
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One of the women in this film— a character who serves no ostensible purpose—is said to have once been in love with a man called ‘Isthri Murugan’. From out of nowhere, this character comes in for a resolution, with a child named after her, and with a wife who’s conveniently dead.
I laughed out loud when I heard this. How do you respond with warmth when the deceit in the writing is as evident?
The warning signs come at the very beginning, like voice-over chatter about the inhumane consequences of slum rehabilitation, as if it were a documentary.
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The narrator almost critiques how the slum dwellers become ‘unjust’. As the story begins – after the voice-over helpfully says, “Vanga Pakalam”, perhaps worried that we might move on – I expected the narrator to stop interfering with the preservation of explanation. And yet, it goes on for some time.
Rosa, like many a Tamil film heroine afflicted with multiple personality disorder, makes the transformation into a caring, tepid lover, whose purpose becomes caretaking (read ‘ruffling hero’s hair, as he lies down on lap and recovers from guilt and grief’).
Jail isn’t exactly worried about infusing characters with strength or personality. Its fundamental purpose seems to be simply to manipulate you into feeling some connection, even if tenuous, with the film.
That’s why right at the beginning, it shows us a dangerous police inspector, but is busy trying to make us laugh by mocking his hemorrhoid infection.
That’s why it shows us an awkward, emotional reunion between friends, but is busy turning it into a friendship song opportunity featuring alcohol.
That’s why it establishes a ‘gouravamaana’ woman who may or may not have a purpose in the film—Karna’s mother (Radhikaa)—but gets busy making her the victim of a laughable fate.