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Nirbaak  ( A ) (2015)  (Bengali)
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A visual mesh of silent encounters makes you question the reality, whether it's actually real? Watch the cacophony of real existences in Nirbaak. Watch it to walk the path that many are scared to tread.
3.8 out of 5 (Very Good)  | Anurima Das (NOWRUNNING)
Who said silence has no soul? Who said conversations are always made through exchange of words? Whoever said so, was mistaken. Director Srijit Mukherji responsibly narrates the story of 'silence'. Fragments of conversation that irritates, disturbs, annoys and sometimes disgusts are actually the building blocks of Nirbaak.

A man who believes being in love with himself is the most pleasing truth, a tree that fondly accepts every man or woman sitting under it on a bench, a bitch that boils with hatred on seeing her master's companion and a mortal who seeks love in the closed eyes of a corpse are bizarre explorations of silent canvas. And is the most expressive story of Nirbaak. Strangely every fragment is so independent and talkative, that at one point you would feel, 'wish each were made into a separate film'.

Alas! You get only glimpses of silence. A film that gives tribute to Salvador Dali, right at the beginning is bound to lose its way into the alleys of 'sub real'. There are genuine moments in the film that are bound to make you question what reality actually is? Brilliant use of music, both background and contrapuntal makes you sit back and wonder.

Actor Ritwick Chakraborty and Anjan Dutta are brilliant and their screen presence is bound to keep you mum for days to come. The obsession with self and the full of life dreams with the lifeless are bound to give you goose bumps. Sushmita Sen is the beautiful pivot on which the unrest of Nirbaak rests and Jisshu is incredibly real.

A visual mesh of silent encounters makes you question the reality, whether it's actually real? Watch the cacophony of real existences in Nirbaak. Watch it to walk the path that many are scared to tread.
Critic: Anurima Das
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1.5 - 1.7: Poor, A Few Good Parts
1.8 - 2.3: Average
2.4 - 2.9: Fairly Good
3.0 - 3.4: Good
3.5 - 5.0: Very Good

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