The BGM is the main hero of the movie, it becomes the soul of the movie.
Gibran’s haunting score creeps into the script and speaks the fear in its own language, this is one of the best and disturbing thrillers I have seen of late about psychopath serial killer who targets teenage girls.
The narrative is very gripping and keeps you on the edge of the seat. The unpredictable suspense makes it even more engrossing. The twists in the tale are believable. This is one such movie where everything is perfectly done from performances to editing. The last movie I liked Vishnu Vishal was in the sci fi movie Indru Netru Naalai.
The director is obviously a serial killer movie fan and made a movie which is almost a tribute to all the books by Thomas Harris and James Patterson. The hero’s one room house on the terrace is like a library of psychopathic serial killers, with paper cuttings, etc stuck to the wall like stick it notes.
This movie goes on to prove that you don’t really need gore in thrillers like this one, wonderful BGM and sharp editing that compliment screen play and direction can do wonders. Director Ram does a wonderful job and makes this one a masterpiece thriller that will be remembered for a long time. My rating is 4.5/5. Highly recommended.