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Jagannathan, a mafia don in Bombay moves to Kanimangalam village. He wins the love of the locals, but finds trouble with a feudal lord, Appan Thamburan, after he decided to resume a traditional festival banned by Appan.
Prasad and Sreeja enter wedlock and move to a new place to continue the rest of their lives. Unfortunate events begin to take place after Prasad, a small-time thief, robs Sreeja's gold chain during a bus journey.
Unni Mukundan who is very passionate about his first movie, coincidentally meets director David Paul. At the same time, the life experiences of Amal, who relocates himself to Cochin, makes him undergo a total change in his vision of life.
The story is set against the backdrop of hills of Nilgiris where two siblings, Joshua and Jenny, who come from a middle-class family. Together, they dwell on the serenity and calmness of the mountains.
Pranchiyettan is a successful businessman who often has talks with an imaginary St. Francis of Assisi. The story deals with how he goes about changing his embarrassing image to making a name for himself using wealth and contacts.
It is obvious that the makers wanted Clint to be a weepy little drama about a real-life person who died prematurely. The problem is that neither the gloomy setting nor the tasteless writing succeed in hooking the audience who is hoping to understand what's so extraordinary about a young boy who has sketched thousands of paintings and artworks in a short span of time and without any prior knowledge or training. Kudos for bringing the personality to our notice, but as a film, it is a profound failure as it misses the point. A few sequences showing the boy's artworks and a few other where characters rave about those artworks are the only times that the film focuses on the gifted talent. Other times, it's either the boy calling his father by his first name or random people visiting him to be ridiculed because our boy is arrogant and thinks the world revolves around him. The entire cast is responsible for the awful acting, which is further aggravated by Harikumar's spineless direction that mostly involves deadpan dialogue delivery and stationery gestures. Not even Rima Kallingal or Unni Mukundan could save this dull drama that moves at a snail's pace and mostly ends with tears. Clint will have no effect on you because the story is lost somewhere between the impassive screenplay, amateur acting, and terrible direction. Reading about the person on Wikipedia is a far better alternative. TN.
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