plot has probably the most number of twists
- of the movies released in Tamil lately.
Murders, murder suspects, sub plots, sub
plots taking over the main plot and convolutions
posing as teasers form the crux of the
Kannan gets involved inadvertently in
the murder of his niece, after being endorsed
by her as mentally unstable. He is defended
by a lawyer, played by Kushboo who vanishes
from the plot for a good one hour after
that. When she reemerges, Kanal Kannan
is stuck in another murder accusation,
which again was not committed by him.
Will Kanal escape this web of entanglement
forms the rest of the story, which is
further complicated with another couple
also touches upon issues like casting
couch and child molestation – in
a rather makes-you-squirm manner. In a
movie that runs only for a little more
than an hour, Kanal Kannan shoulders most
of the responsibilities. Bharathi, Kushboo
and Livingston are in roles that are shoddily
outmoded background score deserves no
mention as it does very little to the
flow of the narrative. The swaggering
camera ends up confusing the viewer with
too many zoom in/outs in too little time.
The final murder sequence, however, keeps
Verdict: Trivial news!