Adaminte Makan Abu (2011) Review Aggregator
Enough of the controversies. ‘Adaminte Makan Abu’ looks like it deserved all the recogintions that have come its way. Salim Ahamed seems to have the critics eating out of his palms.
Nowrunning is all impressed by the optimism that the film puts on show: “Adaminte Makan Abu is meticulously paced and splendidly staged to create a sense of optimism that should keep the human race going in these testing times. With a highly considerate and meditative tone, this is the kind of stuff that leaves you totally entranced.”
Rediff feels it is simple and beautiful: “Simple is beautiful; that is the thought that crosses one’s mind as one watches the National Award winning and much celebrated Malayalam film Aadaminte Makan Abu directed by first timer Salim Ahamed. Aadaminte Makan Abu deserves every accolade that has come its way, for its simplicity and charm.”
As for Sify, this was a moving experience: ‘It’s quite tough not to be moved by the heart wrenching portrayal of an old man’s desire to go for the holy Hajj pilgrimage in debutant director Salim Ahmed’s Adaminte Makan Abu. The film which bagged some of the most coveted honours at the national and state film awards steals the viewer’s hearts with its sincerity and brilliance.”
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