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The light-hearted and witty script ... incorporates everything from political corruption to media manipulation, painting a rich and vibrant portrait of the contemporary Indian experience.
This absolutely delightful, insightful comedy from India is easily one of the best world movies of 2015.
The style is not quite neo-realism, but that is the main ingredient, with large amounts of Tamil flavour.
As directed by M. Manikandan, this is a simple, straightforward but very charming film that succeeds in glossing over the real problems involved in the lives of India's slum dwellers in favour of a sugar-coated feel-good exercise.
Deceptively simple, this charming film about dreams evolves in the most unexpected way, endearing us its two young slum boy protagonists in the process
The film does seem a little less sure when the boys are offscreen, but Manikandan manages to tie up all these strands with an ending that is not only satisfactory but also heartwarming.
A beautiful economy of words and excellent camerawork (Manikandan) further enrich Kaaka Muttai.
The Crow's Egg is a child's-eye tale of exuberance and kinship that only loses its focus when it wants to play grown-up.
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