The film Sambhavtaha starts with a typical location which sets the mood of what the film is all about. But after every 30 seconds you anticipate the next scene or where the story is going to take you; you will be proved wrong. That’s the beauty of this film, which keeps you wondering, what the lead character is going to do and what does he exactly wants .
I watched 42 short films in just two days at Frames Film Festival held at SIES college, Neral from 10 to 12th January 2019. But Sambhavtaha, I remember every bit of it. And here I am writing this review after two weeks. It’s still fresh in my mind. That is the impact this film has made on me. The script of Sambhavtaha moved me, ofcourse the performance has also played a significant role.
The feelings of a farmer is clearly visible, his anger and the will to do that obvious and ultimate thing that others have been doing and are still doing it. But there is something else which runs in his mind, something which I haven’t heard of so far, which touches to the core of the system, goes under the nerves — something which the audience will never expect.
After the half time, you may reach to couple of conclusions, but soon your thoughts don’t match the visuals appearing at that moment.
The climax is something which makes you remember this movie for a long. Ofcourse it is not a good end, nor it is a sad end, it’s just something in between good and sad.
I rate this film 5 out of 5.
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