A sort generally unexplored, Mariyam Vannu Vilakkoothi is conceivably just the second full length stoner film in Malayalam since Kili Poyi. Composed and coordinated by debutant Jenith Kachapilly, the film is a windy performer loaded of illogical stoner satire.
Unni, a guileless, nondrinker of standard childhood, lives with his partners as Mariyamma's paying visitors. What's more, the maturing female authority, Mariayamma is hardened as a poker with her occupants. When Rony, a troublemaker in bodily form, brings himself into this blend, poop hits the fan.
Shabareesh Varma is the sparkling splendid spot in the whole film. He gets humor like none other. Tailing him is Althaf Salim who gets a chic character curve in the second half which he aces, no uncertainty. Sethulakshmi Amma, Krishna Shankar, Siju Wilson are for the most part doing their typical best.
The sepia tone and the vintage botanical backdrops add to the style making the whole film seems as though one long Instagram story. The styling office continued exceeding themselves in every scene. The greater part of the casings appear as though they were chosen from the polished pages of an inside originator magazine. Diverting a lot! The tale of Mariyam Vannu Vilakkoothi is described to the crowd directly as the beginning, as the primary arrangement of credits roll. So essentially, you are from this time forward viewing a film realizing beyond any doubt what's going on, why and how.
For an introduction, Mariyam Vannu Vilakkoothi has its minutes. It is a perfect, unreasonable satire toll. Notwithstanding, it's a short story that got loosened up into full length with luxurious illustrations and a best in class beautician. In parts it is engaging and in others one wishes it moved quicker. In any case, the movies most noteworthy accomplishment (play on words expected) is that it makes tidy parody out of smoking up and getting high. It's the sort of story everybody's companion's arbitrary companion has encountered sooner or later in time. Also, additional pats on the back for the amusingly shivering title, Mariyam Vannu Vilakkoothi!