Christy: A film that takes us through emotions of love and grief

Christy, a movie starring Mathew Thomas and Malavika Mohanan, is a film that takes us through the various emotions that Mathew’s character Roy is going through in the film. The film is based on true events, and it takes us through the visual beauty of Poovar in Thiruvananthapuram district and also the scenic visual of the place takes us along the journey of the characters.

Malavika, who plays the title role, ‘Christy’ has tried to lift up the character, but that doesn’t lift the story that much. On the other hand, Mathew, plays the role of a young guy who is vibrant in his teenage years and falls in love with someone who is older than him. Mathew played the role effortlessly, and he portrays the real pain and emotions that Roy went through, which makes us feel the same about the character. The film has a typical plot, and the one-sided depiction of their relationship makes us wonder whether it’s just an infatuation or true love.

Joy Mathew, who plays Christy’s father, has acted really well as an avaricious father. Urmila Krishnan, whose debut film, also gave her best for her role as Hudha. Rajesh Madhavan, Neena Kurup, Veena Nair, Vineeth Viswam, and Muthumani have also played their roles accordingly.

The film is directed by debutant Alvin Henry, and this story is reportedly based on his own life. He has directed the film with so much affection. The script is written by the legendary writers Benyamin and GR Indugopan. The screenplay was in a little slow melodramatic tone, but it has a soul that makes us dive deep through the thoughts that evokes our emotions.

The scenes were captured by the cinematographer, Anend C. Chandran, and the cinematography was so brilliantly executed that it really took us through the visual beauty by ourselves. The melodious and heartwarming music is done by Govind Vasantha, and it is perfectly placed according to the situations of the scenes.

The film is produced by Kannan Satheesan and Sajai Sebastain under the banner of Rocky Mountain Cinemas.

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