Last Six Hours – Review by Naveen


Intense and interesting 

Last Six Hours

– Review

A group of six people try to break into an independent villa. But they are not aware that a young girl is inside the villa. They eventually end up killing her. 

After a few months, they plan for a bigger heist after which they think to settle. But they are in for a surprise as a lonely visually differently-abled man resides in the house.
Who is the differently-abled man, what does he do to the burglars forms the rest of the story.
Director Sunish Kumar has made an interesting thriller which has close resemblance to the Hollywood flick Don’t Breathe.
But full credits to the director for maintaining the intensity throughout the film. Bharath has performed well as the visually-challenged man who knows martial arts.
He manages to keep the audience on the edge of their seat with his performance.
Viviya Sanath does well in her role as well. Rest of the cast including Adil Ibrahim, Anu Mohan and Anoop Khalid have all delivered what was expected from them.
Praveen Prabhakar’s editing work is crisp. Sinu Sidharth’s camerawork is impressive. Kailas Menon’s background adds more intensity to the story.

Rating: 3.4/5  

By Naveen

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