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While Tom Hanks' post-traumatic avatar assumed a more existential, universal pokerfaced-ness in Cast Away, Rao's is, in context of his regional relevance, a deeply personal one.
Trapped is a tight-wire act, which would collapse without the masterful Rajkummar Rao.
All the action is contained to the confines of a small apartment, but it's not claustrophobic for the viewer. At some point, they may feel as if they are "rubbernecking" to see a bloody road accident or even feel guilty for that voyeuristic delight.
Driving this one-man show is a terrific Rajkummar Rao, who allows the film to solely feed on his character's despair. His ability as an actor to portray this ordeal is astounding.
Trapped makes us look afresh at all the banal things we take for granted.
This is an intimate affair with the scarier prospects of a lonesome life in a big city. Insightful and effective, Trapped is a must watch for all movie buffs.
Trapped is one of those films taken to another level only on the strength of a powerhouse performance, and Rajkummar Rao will be remembered for this one for a long, long time.
It's this feeling of being lonely and left-out that makes Trapped a scary experience.
Motwane brilliantly upends the idea that a sublime existence awaits those who wish to rise above the clutter.
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