Ee.Ma.Yau
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Ee.Ma.Yau

Malayalam
ComedyDrama
04 May, 2018
2 hrs 00 mins
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Set in Chellanam, Kochi, the story of Ee. Ma. Yau revolves around the death of Vavachan Mesthiri in a coastal village. It showcases the events that unfold between two evenings and looks at death from different perspectives.
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Verdict: An excellent movie with stellar performances by the whole cast. Lijo Jose Pellissery`s Ee.Ma.Yau is produced by Santhosh T. Kuruvila under the banner OPM stars some extremely talented actors including Vinayakan, Chemban Vinod Jose, Dileesh Pothan, Pauly Valsan, Kainagiri Thankaraj, Krishna Padmakumar, and Arya KS. The movie is set in a coastal village in Kerala []... ...Read full review
Lijo Jose Pellisserry`s latest outing, Ee.Ma.Yau , will certainly be counted among the classics of Malayalam cinema. There is no better way to open this review. Pellisserry, known for breaking new grounds with his style of filmmaking, has added a new chapter on conceiving realism in cinema. ...Read full review
One of Lijo Jose Pellissery`s strongest qualities is that he never makes the same film twice. Each film of his is different from the one before it. He may go back to similar settings, but when it comes to the subject matter, visual style and characters, Pellissery isn`t interested in recycling old ideas. His new film, Ee. Ma. Yau, is no exception. The film sees him returning to a territory he explored in his 2013 film Amen - events occurring around a Christian family residing in a coastal village. And as usual, his penchant for dark humour is on full display here. ...Read full review
The last 20 minutes of the movie Ee Ma Yau is perhaps the perfect example for breathtaking film making. My eyes were glued to the screen, I was able to understand the pain of Eeshi and it all ended in a fabulous visual. Set in the backdrop of a funeral, Ee Ma Yau explores human behaviour through black humour and realistic emotions. With each character staying in your head with various attributes, this Lijo Jose Pellissery movie is an experience Malayalam should see as it already has welcomed movies like Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum and Sudani from Nigeria. ...Read full review
Ee. Ma. Yau. (Eesho Mariam Yausep). Words which are written in the beginning of the funeral card of certain Christian community. After Jana Gana Mana and Dravids warning, the theatre becomes silent. From somewhere is heard a nice sound of a church band, which reminded me about death, funeral and yes, the last sent off. From slow volume to high it seeped straight into my heart. And in the visual we can see people who are moving towards the church with a dead body for the funeral. In front are the cross followed by band orchestra and many people. It is evident through the visual that it is an elegant funeral ceremony of some known person in the place. Meanwhile title scroll is moving through the visual and at the end of it the movie name appears - Ee. Ma. Yau by Lijo Jose Pallissery. ...Read full review
Lijo Jose Pellisserrys latest outing, Ee.Ma.Yau, will certainly be counted among the classics of Malayalam cinema. There is no better way to open this review. Pellisserry, known for breaking new grounds with his style of filmmaking, has added a new chapter on conceiving realism in cinema. ...Read full review
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