Ridden with cliches, the latter half of 'Life of Josutty', flows down the banal stream, without much of an effort. And because of some family problems he is forced to marry a divorcee named Rose who is a nurse. It is a story of a village lad Josutty where one can witness his suffering in life and even can gain sympathy. Granted that there isn't really a need for a twist or suspense for a film to be a winner, but Josutty and his tale is triteness personified. All of a sudden, he realises that everything he had believed to be true throughout life was wrong and he vows to live life to the fullest. He then meets a saleswoman played by Nayantara and marries her too.
The film enthralls the viewers from beginning. Hello sir, We do and. The direction could have been more intrusive; the characters seems like they improvised a lot, which is not always a good thing. Jeethu Joseph has once again come up with a good cinema. But they are a welcome interlude in the narrative. Usually, I am interested in those stuffs, but hey, the snooze-fest had started and I don't like to be disturbed in my sleep. Life of Josutty narrates the story of Josutty Dileep , a simple farmer living in a village in the high ranges.
Supporting performances by actors as Hareesh Peradi and Nobi have to be acknowledged. Ravichandran's camera captures the stunning spectacles of both Kerala and New Zealand with equal ease. Josutty takes help of Priya Renjini Rupesh and falls in her attraction in New Zealand and works there for nine years. Get quality links in my detailed Authority Report. Shaky, robotic shots, weird close-ups, more focus on the locations than the characters, and plain restlessness.
It pokes fun at the insanity of marriage functions, debunks the popular claim that one can see Sri Lanka from Kerala, and uses cultural references to spew humor. Josutty's mother advises him not to stick out his hands and head out of the air plane, and on landing in New Zealand, Josutty himself expresses astonishment at seeing a woman who has worn shorts! But, still, adding a comedy skit-like sequence in the middle of a drama shows how ill-prepared the writers were. How living far away from the people close to you can be the source of pain, and by the time you realize what you're missing, it's too late. Upon reaching there, the life of Josutty turns upside down. The movie 'Life of Josutty' is an experimental cinema from director , who gave Malayalam audiences a brilliant film like Drishyam. Conveying this specific point, mostly to Malayalis who are obsessed with Gulf, is the only thing the film achieves during its 57 hours of running time.
As a hen-pecked husband, he follows her to New Zealand only to find out that Rose has an extra-marital relationship with an ex-boyfriend. Why don't people just hire Jomon T John? On the whole, this is a family movie. It is distributed worldwide by , which is scheduled to release on June, 2015. After attaining monumental success after many trials and tribulations in his life, an unexpected epiphany leads him back to the straight and narrow path. Anil Johnson's music is also apt for the story. Performances by all the actors are brilliant. Some sequences are a bit over the top.
Josutty has a father, mother and two sisters. The film has locations in and. The humour goes on a decline, and so does the outcome of the story that is being narrated. Taking such a life into focus and making a cinema on it may not be always entertaining. Let this be a lesson for people who expect astronomy from a man who just got lucky with his magnum opus. After a gymnastic performance by the cameraman through the valleys of high-range Kattappana, the story about a 6th grade failure named Josutty Dileep begins. Songs are thrown at you like Hussain used to throw paint at his canvases.
The highs and lows of Josutty's life is what the movie is all about. Josutty has a father, mother and two sisters. Jeethu Joseph has a tremendous task of living up to the expectations that had been raised post-'Drishyam', and he is let down by a frail script that works no wonders in 'Life of Josutty'. Josutty now has a lot of problems and burdens to contend with on a daily basis. Ordinary lives can appear undramatic at the best of times. Life of Josutty narrates the story of Josutty Dileep , a simple farmer living in a village in the high ranges. The first half has a lot many instances which provide laughter.
However, there are minute details which, if picked up, can boost one's ability to appreciate the writing. . Humor is a relief, but relying on puns and slapstick is not artistic anymore. The makers' repeated warning that there is no twist of suspense is very much true. Josutty is a sixth standard dropout. Authority Module Tier 1: Unique Non-Spun Content 8 Top Level Blogs With 3 Original Articles Each Tier 2: 55+ Supporting Web 2. I felt no pity for the primary characters nor did I care if Josutty put his P in a V.
Josutty's sly smile on first having seen Rose Jyothi Krishna and his horror on discovering that his bosom pal Geevarghese Noby has noticed a thing or two about his prospective wife, and the sheer chaos that results at the wedding scene out of a scarcity of seats, are downright amusing. Characters are introduced nicely, but all we want to focus about is Josutty getting lucky with any one of the eligible characters. But eventually he falls in love with Jessy, his neighbour and childhood friend. Anil Johnson comes up with a delightful musical score. Post-interval, 'Life of Josutty'goes on a crash ride from which it never actually recuperates. In the first half, he doesn't. But Jeethu Joseph has beautifully made an ordinary life quite interesting.
Josutty has a father, mother and two sisters. He belongs to a middle class traditional orthodox Christian farmer family in Kattappana, Idukki. For the sake of his family, he immigrates to New Zealand with his wife. Josutty is the son of Joseph and Shoshamma. It is about Josutty's life from the age 8 to 38. The boy grows up to be Josutty Dileep who does fall in love with the girl Jessymol Rachana Narayanankutty , and who feebly watches as she gets married off to someone else.