Short Film Review: Fool for Love is a stark tale about the perils of love

12 . Feb . 2019
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  • Fool for Love creates and engrossing picture of the perils of modern love.

Large Short Films brings very interesting concepts to the streaming platform. Their latest short film, For Love, stars Ritabhari Chakraborty, Anurag Kashyap and Agastya Verma in a unique love triangle that’s as intriguing as its dangerous – and a foregone conclusion.

Ritabhari Chakraborthy plays the role of a woman who’s married to Anurag Kashyap’s character – someone who hasn’t been home for more than a year. As she tries to mend her life, her husband comes back to her life and the short film is about what happens next. This is our review of the Large Short Film latest offering, Fool for Love.

What’s Wow: Fool for Love brings to the fore the issue of modern love stories that work despite all the issues that they face, and sometimes, because of the issues that they face. Anurag Kashyap does a good job of playing a mysterious character who’s the crux of the story.

Ritabhari Chakraborthy, who plays the all-enduring, modern wife is a stark picture of the so-called modern woman that comes out well. The strength of this short film lies in the open ended, shrouded in mystery screenplay and the morally obtuse characters.

What’s Blah: Nothing.

Cast & Crew :

Cast: Anurag Kashyap, Ritabhari Chakraborthy, Agastya Verma

Director: Satarupa Sanyal

Story and Screenplay: Satarupa Sanyal

Producer: Scud

The short film is now streaming on YouTube.

watch the trailer here: