Human life is uncertain. From the mother’s womb to the end of life, we frequently encounter a multitude of uncertainties. We never have a clue about where untold stories will unfold in our lives. Nevertheless, we, as human beings, continue to seek the ultimate happiness we once lost. Mizanur Rahman Aryan’s original film “Punormilone,” available on the Bangladeshi OTT platform Chorki since September 21st, beautifully reflects the philosophical mirror of our life journey.
Aryan’s “Punormilone” features renowned film star Siam Ahmed, Tasnia Farin and Shashwta Datta in leading roles. Essentially, “Punormilone” is a film where two different phases of life progress in parallel, leading towards a tragic destiny. Within its narrative, love, joy, the rhythms of life, family bonds, and egoistic clashes converge in a melancholic yet peaceful manner.
Director Mizanur Rahman Aryan himself plays a masterful role in weaving the entire story together, blending the complexities of the human psyche with fundamental truths and genuine instincts. The film boasts an outstanding execution of screenplay from start to finish.
Beyond the compelling storyline and the stunning performances by the actors, the film’s music, art direction, camera work, costumes, and color combinations intensify the overall experience. In essence, it can be described as a perfect cinematic masterpiece that achieves a harmonious blend of magic on screen.