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Cert 12A
121 mins
BBFC advice: Contains moderate violence, threat

Saturday evening and we made our first visit to Cineworld at South Ruislip for a Tamil movie.
Some readers may be taking pity on Mrs W but not only did we have time for a nice meal beforehand and the movie, Sinamkol, was also groundbreaking and rather exciting.
Ranjith Joseph's film is the first to be shot in the region of Sr Lanka which has been dogged by civil war.
Indeed, its aim to highlight the struggle of the Tamil people in the country, both culturally and economically.
Aravindhan stars as Amudhan - a former rebel who has been incarcerated for eight years without seeing anyone in the outside world.
He cuts a thoughtful but frustrated figure, having to track down a wife (Narvini Dery Ravishangar) who he hasn't seen for eight years and a daughter he hasn't even met.
He has also found a world which is worse than the one he left with the army having taking over much of the land for which he fought.
Nevertheless, he tries to find a way to exist peacefully in Sir Lanka post-civil war.
Unfortunately, his past and the oppression his people have suffered cannot be easily escaped - not least because most are penniless.
Sinamkol is an enthralling film in itself - Mrs W. knew nothing of the Tamil struggle in Sri Lanka and despite the movie's presumed knowledge, she was fully engaged.
However, Joseph's ambitions are not limited to mere cinema entertainment.
He has aimed his film at the international community, hoping that it will now pay attention to the stories of civil war survivors and help relieve their pain.
However, the problem is that I just can't imagine anyone of significance beyond Tamil-speaking people watching Sinamkol partially because the rebels are still regarded by many as terrorists.
Indeed no mention is made in this film of the tens of thousands of civilians who died during the civil war.
Anyway, my pessimism was reflected by ours being the only white faces in the screening in South Ruislip on Saturday.
Unfortunately, we are rare in our desire to understand other cultures and, while we were enlightened, others will be blissful in their ignorance.

Reasons to watch: A rare insight into post-war Tamils in Sri Lanka
Reasons to avoid: Greater explanation would widen its appeal

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 7/10

Did you knowThe tactics employed by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam against the actions of Sri Lankan government forces resulted in their listing as a terrorist organisation in 32 countries, including the United States, India, Canada and the member nations of the European Union. The Sri Lankan government forces have also been accused of human rights abuses, arbitrary detentions, and forced disappearances.

The final word. Ranjith Joseph: “This is the first time an entire technical team of 78 people has gone to places like Jaffna and Mullaitivu, and shot a film there. Thus, the audience will see the actual landscape of these lands for the first time.” Cinema Express

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