Koorman – A former officer with mind-reading abilities becomes engaged in a rape and murder case. Is he capable of cracking it while keeping the shadows of his past at bay?
Koorman is a sloppy criminal thriller.
Critic’s Rating: 2.0/5
Koorman Movie Review
The protagonist of Koorman, Dhanasekar (Rajaj), lives alone in his 12-acre farmhouse in the midst of nowhere with his Man Friday Murugan (Bala Saravanan), German Shepherd Subbu, and lover Stella (Janani). Stella might be a phantom or a creation of Dhansekar’s mind. The guy, a former officer, now has an untidy appearance and a shaggy dog beard. He sleeps and wakes up whenever he wants, eats in the middle of the night, screams instructions at Murugan and Subbu, and occasionally speaks to Stella.
But most significantly, he’s a mentalist, and it’s because of this that he’s become the unofficial go-to man for intelligence officer Raghuram (Aadukalam Naren), who, despite his concerns about breaching procedure, brings suspects to Dhanasekar’s house in order for him to extract a confession from them. That’s how he finds up with a prisoner accused of rapping and murdering his girlfriend in a gruesome way. The prisoner, though, manages to flee. What is Dhana’s role?
Koorman aspires to be a character-driven thriller with a powerful message against female violence. Although the core character is intriguing, neither the writing nor the filming demonstrates competency in dealing with such a subject.
To make matters worse, it features a lead who is completely unconvincing. As a result, we’re left with an amateurishly created film with a very predictable narrative (a flashback feels unnecessary given that we get a rapidly cut montage of what had happened in the first half itself). Even the mystery surrounding a subterranean location where Dhanasekar leaves the suspects in the middle of the night isn’t surprising.
Perhaps filmmaker Bryan George senses this, which is why he goes for the obvious shock value in the name of vigilante justice. Unfortunately, we are left with nothing but irritation as a result of this. Despite the film’s brief running time, we, like Dhanasekar’s victims, begin to feel imprisoned with no way out by the conclusion.
Director: Bryan B. George
Music: Tony Britto
Produced by: Mathanakumar
Co-Produced by: Suresh Marimuthu
DOP: Shakthi Arvind
Editor: S. Devaraj
Art Director: Gopi Karunanithi
Stunts: Stunner Sam
Sound Design & Mix: Thomas Kurian
Costume Design: Tina Rosario
Makeup: U.K Sasi
Customer: J. Apparao Sathish
Lyrics: Uma Devi, Bryan B. George
VFX: R. Jeevarathinam
Publicity Design: Joseph Jaxson
Production Executive: D. Narasimhan
Executive Producer: S. Ganesh, Sathish Prabhu
PRO : Barani Alagiri, Thirumurugan
Direction Team: V.J Nelson, Rakesh Narayanan, K.S. Sathish, Rithik Selva, Infant Jals
STARRING: RAJAJI , JANANI IYER , BALA SARAVANAN , AADUKALAM NAREN , PRAVEEN
Music Label: Lahari Music
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