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478. Irumbu Thirai; movie review

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Cert 12A
160 mins
BBFC advice: Contains moderate violence, injury detail, threat

What connects a bar-room lothario who throws himself at foreign women and corruption of poor people through the internet?
That's correct, nothing at all.
The impact of Irumbu Thirai would have been far greater if 30 minutes had not been wasted on staccato character-development of Vishal's lead.
Ok, we wouldn't have known of his desperation to leave India or about his anger management issues but neither were essential elements to P.S. Mithran's movie.
Parking all that early nonsense, the meat of this picture surrounds the thieves who rip off desperate people through high-interest loans and internet sleight of hand.
Vishal's therapist (Samantha Akkineni) triggers our hero's involvement in the murky world of rip-off loans when she sends him back into the bosom of his family.
Scarcely a minute of the reconciliation has taken place before his sister (Darshana Rajendran) blurts out her loathing of him and he tries to make amends by stumping up the cash for her wedding dowry.
It transpires to be a colossal mistake - as he and his dad (Delhi Ganesh) become victims of a scam which offers them no way out of financial disaster.
What I couldn't figure was how Vishal's character seems to be able to draft the army into his investigation of the culprits behind the fraud.
Irumbu Thirai drifts into head-spinningly complex narrative about how we can all be exposed to risk of theft by anyone with a deep knowledge of cyberspace.
In this case, Arjun Sarja plays the villain who has built an empire through high-tech fraud and builds information against his enemies.
Vishal's hero tries to take him on but is consistently denied by an opponent who is always one step ahead.
Mithran's movie poses interesting questions about our vulnerability to crime in this modern age and could well have prompted some people to hide their savings in their kitchen pots than put them in a bank.
But its construction lets it down - it just moves too quickly from sub-plot to sub-plot and certainly left me scratching my head.

Reasons to watch: Intriguing take on the financial and family pressures in Indian families
Reasons to avoid: Takes too long to get going

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

Director quote - P.S.Mithran: "A personal incident which happened to me and my friend led me to conceive the story and plot of Irumbu Thirai."

The big question - Can a criminal really control the web?

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