Set in Chellanam, Kochi, the story of Ee. Ma. Yau revolves around the death of Vavachan Mesthiri in a coastal village. It showcases the events that unfold between two evenings and looks at death from different perspectives.
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The film journeys into the complex web of human relationships, customs, rituals, and beliefs that express and mark life as well as death. The spectral atmosphere of a maritime culture that has drawn its economic survival, cultural sustenance and spiritual traditions from a long and tumultuous history of colonial conquests is palpable in the visual treatment and narrative pace of EeMaYou.
Exactly at the 100th minute, Chemban Vinod Jose's troubled and dismayed (because he couldn't pull of what he promised few hours ago) character goes berserk at the prospect of not being able to send his late father off like a legend by giving him a respectful funeral with pomp and loudness and that's when you know that Lijo Jose Pellissery's Ee. Ma. Yau has arrived with its platter full of real-life connotations about how death is perceived by the onlookers who don't but realize that their wildest emotions can still wreak havoc affecting not only the dead but also those who they leave behind. TN.
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