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376. Asche Abar Shabor; movie review

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Cert 15
126 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong violence, threat, sexual violence, drug misuse

I'm on a roll - in the space of a few days, I have ticked off numbers two, three and four on the everyfilm missing list.
This time it's the turn of a curious Bengali thriller which is quite different from any Indian movies I can recall seeing.
Arindam Sil's movie includes dialogue about very specific and explicit sexual activity. It refers to prostitution, domination and even masturbation.
Of course, despite much thrusting, there is no nudity. That remains a bar over which very few Indian film-makers nor their casts are willing to leap.
I digress. Saswata Chatterjee stars as Shabor, a detective who is investigating the discovery of a young woman's body with a plastic bag over her head.
As the movie progresses, it begins to become clear that the killer needs to satisfy his bloodlust by murdering more young women.
Asche Abar Shabor is set in a world of haves and have-nots and dangerous assumptions which throw a shadow over its characters.
For example, Indraneil Sengupta plays a 38-year-old who is presumed to be a playboy because of his relationship with a besotted 20-year-old (Diti Saha).
He becomes suspect number one but Shabor, whose methods are less conventional than most detectives, is not convinced.
The twists and turns of the murder investigation are where Sil's film is at its best. The writing is pacy and racy although I found its denouement lacked the wow factor.
My problem with the movie surrounded its action scenes. They are strangely tepid.
Indian movies are not usually as gritty as this but they often boast energetic and convincing chases and fights.
But here the latter is certainly not the case. Two of the key scenes - where there is a public beating and when police are running after a suspect - are particularly poorly executed.
Ultimately, that lack of devil in the detail means that Asche Abar Shabor is only an average film instead of being one to recommend.

Reasons to watch: Much grittier than many Indian movies
Reasons to avoid: Its action scenes are strangely tepid

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 6/10

The big question - Why is nudity such a big taboo in Indian cinema?

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