“Clean” Short Film Review: This Heartfelt Tale of Two Sisters is Worth Seeing, Entertainment News
There is a feeling of awkwardness and uncertainty from the first frame that keeps us hooked. Zoya Parvin’s short film ‘Clean’ with Amrita Puri and Aisha Ahmed immerses us in the life of two sisters.
Saba played by Amrita Puri and Mehr (Aisha Ahmed), are two sisters who meet after a long gap, a lot has changed between them and them too. Both worked hard on their own to change their lives after a tragedy. But the sisters have several repressed emotions within them that emerge throughout the film.
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The two sisters are opposed to each other. Saba, the eldest, is perfect and handles everything, while her younger sister Mehr is quite the opposite. The film teaches us beautifully about acceptance and the beauty of everything.
Pravin’s 23-minute drama is concise with superb performances, original concept, stunning visuals and dialogue, and manages to get the point across effectively.
The tormented story of two sisters will keep you spellbound from foreground to rear. Both Amrita and Aisha have done an amazing job as broken sisters and the way they both let go of their fear, trauma, and misconceptions makes this an engaging watch.
There are a lot of sweet moments throughout the film that make the viewer smile.
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Anurag Kashyap’s dialogues are relatable and work like icing on the cake. The script, movement, actions and dialogue of the characters in the short film are so crisp that every moment and every expression goes straight to the heart.
In short, Zoya Parvin’s emotional film “Clean” is worth seeing.
‘Clean’ airs on Amazon Mini TV from December 24.