3.33-Film Review

Produced by-Bamboo Tree Productions

Directed by- Nambikkai Chandru

Cast-Sandy, Shruthi, Rama, Reshma, Mime Gopi, Saravanan & Gautham Vasudev Menon

Censor Rating-U/A

Running Time-128 minutes


Films based on time and time travel-genres which we have all already come across! Debutante

director, Nambikkai Chandru has come up with a script that speaks of time turning a killer!

3.33 –the time when the film’s protagonist, Kathir (Sandy) was born.

His family consists of his mom (Rama), elder sister, Devi (Reshma) and her little daughter.

Whenever the clock strikes 3.33 eerie things begin to happen and Kathir behaves in a peculiar and dangerous manner which eventually endangers the lives of his dear and near ones around him!

Despite being aware of what is happening to him as well as what is happening to those around him, because of him, Kathir remains helpless and hapless and his family seeks help from experts in driving away evil spirits!

As the days unfold, the screenplay focuses on the happenings that prove disastrous to the family members.

A paranormal study specialist (Gautham Vasudev Menon) enters the scene of action and eventually the film finishes with a jolt suggesting a sequel!

Sandy has conveyed his plight in a very impressive manner.

Director/Actor Gautham Vasudev Menon cuts a fine cameo.

Satish Manoharan’s camera has captured the horror elements quite effectively.

Harshavardhan’s score adds to the eerie effects.