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Lust In The Time Of Heartache Tamil Dubbed Movie Torrent

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a5c7b9f00b A meditation on what we've made of our civilization; a world where we embrace our own alienation, and weaponize sexuality. If you don't know how to love, all you can do is hate, and none of us are better than the herd.
Critiques of art, no matter the medium, always boil down to potential: Was it there, and how much was achieved? &quot;Lust in the Time of Heartache&quot; is overflowing with it, but between amateur production-values and the radical criticism of common society there is little room for an audience beyond the creators&#39; closest circles.<br/><br/>At its core, &quot;Lust&quot; is painting a picture of human relations using narration and visual metaphor. On both counts there is sufficient detail to understand the creators&#39; message, though neither strike me as compelling enough to reach beyond the genre and the &quot;true believer&quot; demographic.<br/><br/>The narration is thick and long-winded, which would not be a problem on its own were it not for the repeated interruptions in action and dialogue on-screen. This is most prominent during the first half where narration trails into emphasized parts of the dialogue. The length and breadth of the narrator&#39;s script would be much better served by a longer, slower-paced film, if not an article or a novel. Combined with low production-values, the resulting narration is easily seen as pretentious.<br/><br/>The visual metaphors, too, are wanting in refinement. We see limited, public interactions between people in broken relationships, which does little to ram home the consequences of such things. The narrator &#39;mentions&#39; these consequences, but the visual aids do not back up the sense of urgency or the costs of failure. The protagonist&#39;s reactions to these sights are conspicuously absent, and although one might assume that the protagonist is also the narrator, one&#39;s deep and bitter observations do not match the stoic, ram-rod, eyes-on-the-horizon marching of the other. Finally the effect of the assailants, standing in as the protagonist&#39;s own failings and fallen nature, is muted. They appear all at once, long before any relationship to the protagonist is presented by the narrator, without any link to, say, specific vices or failings, and are only vaguely linked to the protagonist by black clothing, whereas one might expect identical outfits, even haircuts, or even &#39;clones&#39;. Certain nuances are underplayed or disjointed from the narration, such as only one instance of a disarmed villain simply pulling another weapon out of his pocket (futility?) Again the protagonist has very few reactions to these events short of fighting back without expression, at least until he is defeated.<br/><br/>My opinion is that the creators bit off more than they could chew. The narrative being presented could very well have been compelling for a broader audience, but the balance between narration and action is lopsided, the action is rushed while the narration lags due to length, and ultimately the fight scene, with intriguing style if nothing else, lacks feeling until the protagonist loses.<br/><br/>I give it a 7 out of 10 for boldness, and out of acknowledgement that there&#39;s a great film hidden underneath. It is unfortunate that some viewers may take the narrative as being &quot;soiled,&quot; but that&#39;s the price paid for attempting something so ambitious as an early project.
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