For the fearless men and women who are united in a cause
to overthrow the establishment, there's no room for
no going back.
And when their hatchet man falters at the point of assault,
it calls for a grave re-examination - of their devotion,
their relationships, their courage even. For the crusaders
it's an adventure story gone dangerously awry.
On the inside
"Uyirthezhunnelpu was a turning point in my career;
marking a departure from my earlier works. I'd earlier
done a play on the same work way back in '92. We shot
it at Cochin wharf; though the idea was to set it in
an unidentifiable time and place - kind of lending universality
to the theme. And yes, it was Ajit (Basu) all the way
whose energy, enthusiasm really drove the project. The
entire thing was wrapped up in 9 days flat"