Anup Singh’s ‘The Song of Scorpions’ (Irrfan Khan, Golshifteh Farahani) is a minimalistic and magnificently twisted story of obsessive love

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Few actors are better at portraying basic decency than Irfan. I saw that quality in ‘The Namesake’. I saw that quality at ‘The Lunchbox’. And here you can see it.

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Anup Singh’s previous movie was a partition era story Kissa, and the story revolved around a little girl whose father decided to raise her as a boy. He said he felt like he was crawling all over his body. The director’s new work brings that metaphor to the fore. There is one, the title: scorpion songBut more importantly, it’s the constant feeling that the movie itself gives you: the feeling of scorpions all over your body. Under calm water, skin crawls and bites at any moment. I haven’t seen Anup’s first movie, but Ekti Nadir Naambut based on Kissa and scorpion songBy definition, fables are simple creations, but Anup Singh muddles things with nauseating psychological complexity. .

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