C/O Kancharapalem Review;
It’s a noisy-little area in a prominent town, a close-knit community that stands by each other in the time of want, strengthened by their love for art. Trains pass within two parallel communities through the day; everyone has an idea on almost everything that encompasses them- a lot about Kancharapalem is heartwarmingly naive,
conventional and several importantly identifiable. It’s unique for a film to do a review on religion, development, age and love while never saying the apparent, C/O Kancharapalem shows more than it tells and you want to pick up a part of the position as you leave the movie.
In a single Habib Tanvir-like filmmaking practice where the leader Venkatesh Maha predominantly uses citizens as designers for a project, staying with them and knowing their story to a more general audience, C/O Kancharapalem may show another artsy-indie movie on paper.
To Be Continue..