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'Virgin Story' Is In The Genre Of 'Future' Film

Thursday, May 4, 2023 • Telugu Comments
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I just watched 'Virgin Story.' To put it simply, it's not just a feature film but a 'future film' made at least one decadein advance. If the film had been titled 'Virgin Story 2032AD,' it would have grabbed more attention. Everything shown in this film might have been viewed with a different perspective altogether.

Vikram did an excellent job portraying a 19-year-old navigating the complexities of love, sex, and societal expectations in a futuristic setup.

While the film does present a bold and unique vision of contemporary urban life, the kind of ambiance shown on the screen, with the type of people on the streets and their behavior and openness about sex, may only be prevalent in some urban locales, but it may not be relatable to regular moviegoers, as the subject matter deals more with the American or Uber urban psyche.

The end part of the film is impressive and mature.

In conclusion, when making a film with a debatable subject matter, it's crucial to sound convincing with our point throughout the entire film, not just in the climax.

While Virgin Story has its flaws, it's still a unique and thought-provoking film that's worth watching for its unconventional perspective and impressive performances. As said in the beginning, it should be viewed as an imagination of how the world around us would be and how the culture changes after 10 years from now.

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