Iravin Nizhal Movie Download in 480p 720p 1080p: Irwin Nizall follows his protagonist through a harrowing path filled with memories of his dark past.
A single-shot film creates an illusion of continuity of time and space, like in real life. This ‘illusion’ or rather the technique employed to make the film look seamless is often dismissed as gimmickry — whether it is Hitchcock’s Rope or Sam Mendes’ 1917.
In most cases, single-shot is a myth that filmmakers create in order to distract the audience from noticing the cuts, unlike, say, Don Palathara’s Santhoshathinte Onnam Rahayasam which was actually shot like a continuous film.
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|Movie Name:||Iravin Nizhal|
|Directed By:||R. Parthiban|
|Release Date:||July 14, 2022|
In some cases, you cannot even guess these invisible cuts. For a single-shot film to work, the filmmaker has to sustain this illusion of continuity.
And it is not a coincidence that Parthiban’s Iravin Nizhal opens with a mirage: distorting images with lights and shadows tumble out, as Rahman’s haunting ‘Kaayam’ plays in the background.
But, unlike the famously shot one-take films, there is no editing gimmickry involved in Iravin Nizhal. Before the film begins, a 30-minute video is shown to illustrate this point.
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Single-shot films are so complex to execute that it begs us to ask this question: does this story warrant to be told in this format — like a single, unbroken shot? But that is the choice of the filmmaker and we have to only assess what we see on screen and whether it is working or not.
One of the earliest and classic examples of a single-shot film is Rope, which Hitchcock once said, “ was an experiment that didn’t work out”.
Hitchcock was so enamoured by the play that he decided to make Rope as a single-shot film, perhaps, as a means to sustain the suspense amongst the audience.
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Like the best of Parthiban’s movies, Iravin Nizhal isn’t a movie you can ever criticise for lacking effort. By showing a making-of feature before the main movie, the director actually forces us to observe this effort.
The movie bills itself as “the first single-shot non-linear film in history,” and in this nearly 30-minute feature, we witness the 96-minute continuous shot that represents the film’s entire making.
Moving on, the movie begins with Nandu (Parthiban), a financier of motion pictures, being informed that the police are about to arrest him. He then flees with a gun in hand, hoping to use it on Patamananda (Robo Shankar), a fake godman who is one of the people who have him in this precarious situation.
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He narrates his colourful life, the people who drove him into darkness, his sins, and the one glimmer of light that is still present in it as he waits for his target in a crumbling ashram.
Iravin Nizhal is an all-too-familiar story about a person’s rise and fall in terms of content. We observe how a child who was abandoned at birth is moulded by social pressures, pushed into a world of crime to survive, how love rescues him from it, and how he is again dragged back into the never-ending abyss of darkness.
We observe how the women who enter his life, lakshmi (Sneha Kumar), Premakumari (Varalaxmi Sarathkumar), Parvathi (Sai priyanka Ruth), and Chilakamma (Brigida Saga), both positively and negatively influence it.
We encounter Parthibanisms (there is even a nod to his first film Pudhiya Paadhai). Overall, it is essentially old wine in a new, oddly constructed bottle.