Here George attains a novel sensorium of experience, the ineffable ecstasy of love.
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In her award-winning novel God of Small Things, Arundhati Roy demonstrates the symptoms of the macroscopic world of the conventional “love laws that lay down who should be loved and how. Eschewing the grand narratives of the orthodox adult world, she weaves tiny narratives of the otherwise repressed microscopic world of love that struggles to cross the boundaries of faith, caste, class and region.
Anybody who is familiar with Arundhati’s polymorphous microscopic world of Ayemenem might make a casual connection with Alphonse Puthren’s Premam, a phenomenally super hit Malayalam film that captures the beautiful landscapes of Aluva.
The film portrays the journey of George David , a poignant love journey which begins from the teenage love for the most attractive girl Mary.
The film belongs to the genre called period film which shows the different phases of George’s life.
It should be stated in no uncertain terms that the kind of filmmaking style, especially the one that projects the post-millennium teenage infatuation and then the youthful campus love and the final wrap up of George David's story in a happily ever after married life, is highly innovative and energetic.
The romantic fantasy screen that is unfolded in the film is that of a male gaze, a rather refined Malayali (hereafter mallu) male gaze .The innocuous romantic teenage gaze remains unreciprocated. They are immature lords of the fantasy world of love.George David’s teenage heart hankers after the extraordinarily beautiful girl Mary. Being the most attractive girl, Mary happens to be everybody’s heroine, everybody’s heartthrob.To everybody’s collective frustration, Mary is already in love with a boy. George’s second love blossoms forth with the arrival of Malar, the young lady guest lecturer.She is very kind and considerate towards her students.It can be easily inferred that Malar who have almost been exalted into a popular Mallu prayer song (Malare Ninne Kaanaathirunnaal), is an upper caste Tamilian with a cosmopolitan bend of mind.