Homeowner Movie Synopsis: An elderly couple, spouse and retired military man experience some unexpected moments during a wet season in Chennai
Homeowner Movie Review: Homeowner doesn’t have the template high and low charts we often see in industrial movies. The story revolves around a wet day in the life of Vasu (Kishore) and Radha (Sri Ranjini), an elderly couple who have made Chennai their home for quite some time. Vasu, who has retired from the military, has been stricken with Alzheimer’s disease and Radha has a hard time coping with her husband’s adamant and childlike behavior. More often than not, the scenes revolve around their actions while living apart from the flashback episodes, which are usually screened, including the couple from their youthful romantic days.
The movement of the sequences here is general and unpredictable, making it difficult to estimate the style of the film. Most of the scenes feature Kishore and Sri Ranjini, alongside ‘Pasanga’ Kishore and Lovelyn Chandrasekhar, respectively, who play the youthful days of the previous one. One of the constructive points of the film is the easy efficiency of the performers and the way their relationship touches us through candid moments.
There are a few characters whose presence can be felt even when not on screen. Once you really feel like the movie is all about some of the fascinating anecdotes from two phases of their lives with no details about different characters, a surprising aspect happens, after which you might get an edge-of. -the-seat trip. Interestingly, you realize that the shocking aspect has been built up step by step, but clearly doesn’t help viewers stick to the events towards the top of the story. Krishna Sekhar’s cinematography and Ghibran’s music raise the mood and require pressure in many scenes.
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