22 Female Kottayam

22 Female Kottayam

22 Female Kottayam, also known as 22FK, is a 2012 Indian rape and revenge film directed by Aashiq Abu and starring Rima Kallingal and Fahad Fazil in the lead roles. The film deals with the travails of a nurse who was victimised for no fault of hers and who takes revenge on her tormentors in a rather unusual manner. Set and filmed in Bangalore, the film released on April 13, 2012, and received strongly positive reviews from critics. It was also well received at the box-office.

Determination of a 22 year old nurse Tessa from Kottayam, who was betrayed and raped, in taking revenge on her tormentors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


22 Female Kottayam torrent reviews

Michael H (fr) wrote: Not a great movie. And padded with too much re-creation myth making about Cameron (not a lot, but still too much). And some overly dramatic narration. And I was sometimes trying to sort out what was actual exterior underwater footage of the submersible and what might be CGI. And never quite knowing tainted my experience. But ... some fascinating science and exploration. I'd read an article about the expedition a few days before which fleshed some of it out in my viewing. I'd have liked more of the science and technology in the actual movie, though.I like movies about science and exploration, so I'm, perhaps, a bit forgiving of the weaknesses just out of gratitude for the movie's existence.

Jay B (jp) wrote: Stupid humor at its best. Ghost Team One has little class, but lots of laughs. This feels like American Pie meets Paranormal Activity... and it works.

Brice B (ag) wrote: Le fameux "nouvel ordre mondial" expliqu dans ce documentaire. Interessant...

Dylan C (jp) wrote: A movie whose purpose isn't to create a likeable protagonist or portray a conventionally engaging romance, but rather, almost in the vein of Taxi Driver (sans carnage) paint a portrait of existential angst and show the long-term effects of failure in reaching one's goals as a young adult.By no means the most entertaining movie I've ever watched, but it sure as hell makes be that much more eager to achieve what I set out to do and avoid the tragedy of Stiller's central character, and does have an underplayed execution that is nice change of pace for those who've seen their fair share of indie comedies.

Michael R (us) wrote: Boring Paranormal Thriller...

Sue M (us) wrote: really, REALLY good! i can't believe this one didn't get even better reviews.

Ravinder S (ca) wrote: a powerful and moving account of one family's experience during the Gujarati riots.

Wayne H (jp) wrote: I enjoyed this small budget film quite abit. Story of two young people in love who are working hard to get ahead in life. Their lives are overtaken one weekend by a series of events, bad guys, bad cops. Good movie...

M S (jp) wrote: Amused with itself, somebody said, and I have to agree. Pretty lame film with forced quirky characters. Plenty of cameos and stars helping to sell tickets to this film. A failure, and something I wouldn't want my name on.

Blake P (nl) wrote: The sixteenth century English nobleman Orlando (both the star of Virginia Woolf's "Orlando: A Biography" [1928] and Sally Potter's emboldened 1992 film adaptation) lived the kind of life all are simultaneously desperate to live and entirely afraid of. Born a man, Orlando (Tilda Swinton) was ordered by Elizabeth I (here comedically played by Quentin Crisp) to stay forever long, to make a mark on every century to cross his path. To succeed would provide him with one of Elizabeth's prized estates, and, being a young man with an affinity for unrefusable offers, he did, even changing sexes toward the middle of his run from the late 1400s to the film's present-day. And what a beguiling thing that is, watching as gender roles, times, and obstacles change over centuries through the eyes of both the female and the male. Though unfamiliar with Woolf's novella, its being one hundred eighty-four pages and its reputational standing as a fictional biographical account styled as a romp calls for safe assumptions that writer/director Potter's acclimatization does justice to its game-changing source material. With the book holding court as a feminist classic thanks not only to its being written by a woman but also by its giving substance to gender fluidity and general inequalities between the sexes and the classes, then the cinematic "Orlando" does too. While there's a certain visual extravagance -- augmented by tongue-in-cheek humor sustained by a smart usage of fourth-wall breaking -- to maintain its slightly surreal textures, splendid is the way it explores androgyny itself without batting an eye but still takes the time to ponder gender dynamics and their transformations from 1500 to now. The film jumps ahead fifty years or so every twentysomething minutes, but even its brisk analyzations don't hinder its many stimuli. It provocates and it dazzles, all the while cultivating an effortlessly light tone that renders it as being ambitious but not off-puttingly so.But because of its rather nomadic structuring, we never get much of a grip on Orlando themselves, as it oftentimes goes for characters more representation than person. We never get to be much attached to them because such little effort is put forth to de-alienize them -- we're unremittingly confronted by a charming symbol that never serves as anything other than a catalyst for Woolf and Potter's machinations. Swinton, though, is interminably likable, always watchable (even when the person she's playing seems like a piece of paper in comparison to her wonderfully mysterious persona).But while the latter's striking and while Potter's visual treatment is sensational, with fitting touches of unreality, "Orlando" itself is a mixed bag. It's expertly performed and pieced together, but the peripatetic nature of its origin disallows it from consequentiality. I speculate it more likely will appeal to those well-versed in Woolf's oeuvre. Outsiders, however, might find it zesty but shallow.

Lanky Man P (fr) wrote: Dark, spooky, and creepy.

Joel W (mx) wrote: not a bad movie for elvis

Brian W (gb) wrote: Excellent movie about a young Greek subject of the Ottoman Empire just before the turn of the 20th Century who dreams of a better life for him and the family the leaves behind in America.As the son of immigrants, I have a special love and connection to the immigrant's journey and even the concept of the "American Dream" (even if that dream more often than not is a mirage for many today).This film has great acting, and Elia Kazan directs the movie with with slow pacing, but every step of the physical and emotional journey of the main character to America is well done.

Wilman A (de) wrote: Walaupun penampilan Bale muda luar biasa tapi plot yang tadinya mau unik terasa aneh di akhir. Antiklimaks saya pikir. Disamping itu klimaks dapet banget setipe kaya film2 stephen hawking.