Sara’s is the latest Malayalam film directed by Jude Antony. Jude Antony is one of the most promising films in Kerala, though he has only two films, ‘Om Shanti Oshana’ and ‘Oru Muthashshi Gada’. The director has managed to maintain that standard in this film as well. Like Sarah’s previous films, ‘Saras’ is a feminist film.
Sara’s Movie Review
Anna Benn’s Sarah is a symbol of how many girls are upset by the stereotype of society. The theme of the film is strong, and the film interacts deeply with the audience as Anna’s performance embodies the spirit of the character. After ‘Helen’, Anna will once again play a title character in the film.
Sunny Wayne is the protagonist of an average Malayalee man of modern times. He is often influenced by the society around him while upholding progressive ideas. The combination of Anna and Sunny Wayne also gives the film a whole new twist.
Along with stars like Mallika Sukumaran, Siddique, Pradeep Kottayam, Aju Varghese, Siju Whitson, Srinta, Vijayakumar and Vineeth Sreenivasan, TV presenter Dhanya Verma, ‘Collector Bro’ Prashant Nair, director Jibu Jacob and father-in-law of Anna Benn’s screenwriter Viral star Wriddhi Vishal is also coming. Anna and Benny P Nairambalam are captivating the audience with their father and daughter combination on screen as well. Girls want a father like Sarah’s father.
At the beginning of the film, Jude says that he got the story of the film from a post he posted on Facebook in search of a story at lockdown time. The film follows Covid’s guidelines. But in the limited circumstances, despite the restrictions, the activists have been able to articulate the essence of the resolution through very few characters.