The Cruelties of Cheriyachan Trailer

The Cruelties of Cheriyachan Trailer (1979)

01 January 1979 Drama 107 mins

Cheriyachan, a landlord, feels threatened by industrialization and leftist activities. But when he witnesses police atrocities on poor peasants, a feeling of guilt engulfs him and he feels responsible for the guilt of his entire class. He is last seen up a coconut tree trying to keep away from the police. A peasant's movement against the feudal system also lies in the backdrop of the film.

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