There is something extremely native about Left Right Left. Three men carry with them traits - moulded out of the remnants of a past ridden with blood, death and bitterness. It’s about the way the ideals or the lack of ideals define a man. While Marxism instils in Kaitheri Sahadevan a fearsome coldness, the same ideal works up a truthful sense of humanity in Roy Joseph. Vattu Jayan is devoid of scruples; a rugged man with a smouldering gaze.
A raw earthiness runs through all of them; inimitable and compelling. The narrative employs politics to link them; an insensate communist leader, a warm, subdued communist who was once a fiery activist and a wayward cop with a brutish streak.
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Murali Gopy's performance in this film won him the 61st Filmfare Awards South for The Best Actor in a Supporting Role. Read More