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Cert 12A
134 mins
BBFC advice: Contains moderate violence, bloody images, rude gesture

Sunday evening on my own in Bicester!
Yep, I have to say that I have never been there before but it turns out that it has a Vue cinema and it was screening the Malayalam film Driving Licence.
Lal Jr's movie was released in the first week of 2020 but I finally caught up with it on the way from my mum's 81st birthday meal to London where I was staying before a day's teaching.
This is a most unusual film, built on the premise of a grudge between an upstanding motor vehicle inspector (Suraj Venjarammoodu) and a movie superstar (Prithviraj Sukumaran).
In a rather convoluted plot, Prithviraj's character needs his driving licence to shoot the climax of his latest film at a location controlled by the Navy.
It then transpires that the licence is missing and for reasons which are far too complicated to explain he cannot get a duplicate.
He begrudgingly accepts that he will have to take a test to qualify for a new licence and that is where the confrontation begins with the inspector - one of his biggest fans.
The premise of Lal Jr's film is odd because I simply can't imagine anyone, never mind a movie star having to go to such lengths to replace a driving licence.
After trying to get past that hurdle, I was then left wondering which of the chief characters is meant to be the hero because both of them have clear flaws.
Firstly, the actor is initially full of his own self-importance, creating the needless confrontation and, secondly, the officer is so utterly pernickety.
While both Prithviraj and Suraj give plenty of zeal to their roles, I struggled for empathy with their characters.
Meanwhile, all of the other cast members are just gap-fillers, open-mouthed in incredulity as such a petty row consumes both men.
But what do I know? Driving Licence has done great business at the box office and has been critically acclaimed.
I can only say as I sea and, for me, it was simply a storm in a teacup which gets unrealistically out of hand.

Reasons to watch: Very unusual subject matter
Reasons to avoid: Jumps around too much

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None 
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 

Did you know? Transport offices across India offer duplicate driving licenses in case the holder has lost the original or if the original driving licence has been stolen. 

The final word. Prithviraj: “Malayalam cinema is lucky to have such young, intelligent writers who can pick up a small incident and construct a tale around him … There’s a new generation of writers now who are very different from each other. They can spin a tale on the dinner table conversation you had last night.” Gulf News

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