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The Terrorist
Directed bySantosh Sivan
Written bySantosh Sivan
StarringAyesha Dharker
K. Krishna
Sonu Sisupal
Vishwas
Anuradha
CinematographySantosh Sivan
Edited byA. Sreekar Prasad
Music byRajamani
Sonu Sisupal
Release date
Running time
95 min
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil
Budget$50,000

The Terrorist (Tamil: பயங்கரவாதி, romanized: Bayangaravaathi) is an Indian Tamil film directed by Santosh Sivan. The film portrays a period in the life of a 19-year-old woman, Malli (Ayesha Dharker), sent to assassinate a leader in South Asia through a suicide bombing. It stars Dharker, K. Krishna and Sonu Sisupal. Released in 1998, the film was shot in 15 days, with natural lighting, on a budget of $50,000.[citation needed]

The film won a number of awards at international film festivals. Actor John Malkovich first saw the film at the 1998 Cairo International Film Festival and subsequently adopted the film as a kind of post-facto executive producer (the reissued film's titles read 'John Malkovich Presents'). Critic Roger Ebert has included the film in his series of 'Great Movies' reviews.[1] Ebert concludes his review with the following line: 'Every time I see the film, I feel a great sadness, that a human imagination could be so limited that it sees its own extinction as a victory.'The film that proved his mastery over the visual language was The Terrorist which has become a textbook of sorts for visual communication students, with scenes from the movie being used by Michael Chapman, Martin Scorsese’s cinematographer, to explain the tenets of cinematography during workshops. According to film critic Roger Ebert, it was a film ‘scripted by the camera’. Says Sivan: 'One day I got a call from Samuel Lee Jackson who was interested to cast the heroine of The Terrorist, Ayesha, in a Hollywood film.'[2]

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Plot[edit]

The movie focuses on a 19-year-old woman named Malli, who joined a terrorist organization at a very young age after her brother was killed in the cause. She eventually volunteers herself to become a suicide bomber in an assassination mission. As the plot moves forward, she discovers the importance of human life, after realizing she is pregnant. This causes Malli to question her determination to complete the mission.

Cast[edit]

  • Ayesha Dharker as Malli
  • Vishnu Vardhan as Thyagu
  • Bhanu Prakash as Permual
  • K. Krishna as Lover
  • Sonu Sisupal as Leader

Inspiration[edit]

On 21 May 1991, Rajiv Gandhi was campaigning in favour of a UCPI candidate for the upcoming parliamentary elections in Tamil Nadu, when he was assassinated by a suicide bomber in the Indian town of Sriperumbudur, near Madras.

The suicide bomber, Thenmozhi Rajaratnam aka Dhanu, is widely believed to have been a LTTE member. Dhanu was a cousin of Shivarasan, the supposed mastermind of the assassination. Dhanu wore the belt bomb with the explosive material in her lower back region and the power pack, two switches and the circuitry in front.

When Santosh Sivan, a well-known cinematographer, wanted to make a film on terrorism and about a terrorist, he chose the above events as the inspiration for his story.

The film is not a direct biography of Dhanu, as she had a whole troupe working with her, as backup in case she failed.

Awards[edit]

Won
  • 1998 - National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil - The Terrorist[3][4]
  • 1998 - National Film Award for Best Editing - The Terrorist[5]
  • 1998 - Cairo International Film Festival- Best Director - Santosh Sivan[6]
  • 1998 - Cairo International Film Festival- Golden Pyramid For Best film - The Terrorist[6]
  • 1998 - Cairo International Film Festival- Best Artistic Contribution by an Actress - Ayesha Dharker[6]
  • 1998 - Sundance Film Festival - Best Film - The Terrorist[3]
  • 1998 - Toronto International Film Festival - Emerging Master - Santosh Sivan[3]
  • 1999 - Cinemanila International Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - Santosh Sivan
  • 1999 - Cinemanila International Film Festival - Lino Brocka Award for Best Film - Santosh Sivan
  • 2000 - Ale Kino International Young Audience Film Festival - Poznan Goat for Best Director - Santosh Sivan
  • 2000 - Sarajevo Film Festival - Panorama Jury Prize for Honorable Mention - Santosh Sivan
Nominated
  • 1998 - National Film Award for Best Actress - Best Actress - Ayesha Dharker
  • 2001 - Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Foreign Language Film

Further reading[edit]

  • Dying to Win: The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism by Robert Pape, Random House (24 May 2005), ISBN1-4000-6317-5
  • Thompson, Kristin, and David Bordwell. Film History, An Introduction. New York: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages, 2010. 624. Print. ISBN978-0-07-338613-3

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  • A.O., Scott. 'The Terrorist (1998)'New York Times. (2011)
  • The Terrorist full credits at IMDb,
  • Thompson, Kristin, and David Bordwell. Film History, An Introduction. New York: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages, 2010. 624. Print. ISBN978-0-07-338613-3

References[edit]

  1. ^Ebert, Roger (17 July 2005). 'The Terrorist Movie Review & Film Summary (2000) Roger Ebert'. Rogerebert.com. Retrieved 25 June 2020.
  2. ^'Global nod for Malayalam director Santosh Sivan'. Ibnlive.in.com. 4 June 2012. Archived from the original on 23 March 2014. Retrieved 23 March 2014.
  3. ^ abc'Asian Project Market'. Apm.asianfilmmarket.org. 28 May 2009. Retrieved 23 March 2014.
  4. ^National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil
  5. ^National Film Award for Best Editing#cite note-45thawardPDF-21
  6. ^ abc'John Malkovich'. Santosh Sivan. Retrieved 23 March 2014.

External links[edit]

  • The Terrorist at IMDb
Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Terrorist_(1997_film)&oldid=1036365765'
The Terrorist
Directed bySantosh Sivan
Written bySantosh Sivan
StarringAyesha Dharker
K. Krishna
Sonu Sisupal
Vishwas
Anuradha
CinematographySantosh Sivan
Edited byA. Sreekar Prasad
Music byRajamani
Sonu Sisupal
Release date
Running time
95 min
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil
Budget$50,000

The Terrorist (Tamil: பயங்கரவாதி, romanized: Bayangaravaathi) is an Indian Tamil film directed by Santosh Sivan. The film portrays a period in the life of a 19-year-old woman, Malli (Ayesha Dharker), sent to assassinate a leader in South Asia through a suicide bombing. It stars Dharker, K. Krishna and Sonu Sisupal. Released in 1998, the film was shot in 15 days, with natural lighting, on a budget of $50,000.[citation needed]

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The film won a number of awards at international film festivals. Actor John Malkovich first saw the film at the 1998 Cairo International Film Festival and subsequently adopted the film as a kind of post-facto executive producer (the reissued film's titles read 'John Malkovich Presents'). Critic Roger Ebert has included the film in his series of 'Great Movies' reviews.[1] Ebert concludes his review with the following line: 'Every time I see the film, I feel a great sadness, that a human imagination could be so limited that it sees its own extinction as a victory.'The film that proved his mastery over the visual language was The Terrorist which has become a textbook of sorts for visual communication students, with scenes from the movie being used by Michael Chapman, Martin Scorsese’s cinematographer, to explain the tenets of cinematography during workshops. According to film critic Roger Ebert, it was a film ‘scripted by the camera’. Says Sivan: 'One day I got a call from Samuel Lee Jackson who was interested to cast the heroine of The Terrorist, Ayesha, in a Hollywood film.'[2]

Plot[edit]

The movie focuses on a 19-year-old woman named Malli, who joined a terrorist organization at a very young age after her brother was killed in the cause. She eventually volunteers herself to become a suicide bomber in an assassination mission. As the plot moves forward, she discovers the importance of human life, after realizing she is pregnant. This causes Malli to question her determination to complete the mission.

Cast[edit]

  • Ayesha Dharker as Malli
  • Vishnu Vardhan as Thyagu
  • Bhanu Prakash as Permual
  • K. Krishna as Lover
  • Sonu Sisupal as Leader

Inspiration[edit]

On 21 May 1991, Rajiv Gandhi was campaigning in favour of a UCPI candidate for the upcoming parliamentary elections in Tamil Nadu, when he was assassinated by a suicide bomber in the Indian town of Sriperumbudur, near Madras.

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The suicide bomber, Thenmozhi Rajaratnam aka Dhanu, is widely believed to have been a LTTE member. Dhanu was a cousin of Shivarasan, the supposed mastermind of the assassination. Dhanu wore the belt bomb with the explosive material in her lower back region and the power pack, two switches and the circuitry in front.

When Santosh Sivan, a well-known cinematographer, wanted to make a film on terrorism and about a terrorist, he chose the above events as the inspiration for his story.

The film is not a direct biography of Dhanu, as she had a whole troupe working with her, as backup in case she failed.

Awards[edit]

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Won
  • 1998 - National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil - The Terrorist[3][4]
  • 1998 - National Film Award for Best Editing - The Terrorist[5]
  • 1998 - Cairo International Film Festival- Best Director - Santosh Sivan[6]
  • 1998 - Cairo International Film Festival- Golden Pyramid For Best film - The Terrorist[6]
  • 1998 - Cairo International Film Festival- Best Artistic Contribution by an Actress - Ayesha Dharker[6]
  • 1998 - Sundance Film Festival - Best Film - The Terrorist[3]
  • 1998 - Toronto International Film Festival - Emerging Master - Santosh Sivan[3]
  • 1999 - Cinemanila International Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - Santosh Sivan
  • 1999 - Cinemanila International Film Festival - Lino Brocka Award for Best Film - Santosh Sivan
  • 2000 - Ale Kino International Young Audience Film Festival - Poznan Goat for Best Director - Santosh Sivan
  • 2000 - Sarajevo Film Festival - Panorama Jury Prize for Honorable Mention - Santosh Sivan
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Nominated
  • 1998 - National Film Award for Best Actress - Best Actress - Ayesha Dharker
  • 2001 - Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Foreign Language Film

Further reading[edit]

  • Dying to Win: The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism by Robert Pape, Random House (24 May 2005), ISBN1-4000-6317-5
  • Thompson, Kristin, and David Bordwell. Film History, An Introduction. New York: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages, 2010. 624. Print. ISBN978-0-07-338613-3

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  • A.O., Scott. 'The Terrorist (1998)'New York Times. (2011)
  • The Terrorist full credits at IMDb,
  • Thompson, Kristin, and David Bordwell. Film History, An Introduction. New York: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages, 2010. 624. Print. ISBN978-0-07-338613-3

References[edit]

  1. ^Ebert, Roger (17 July 2005). 'The Terrorist Movie Review & Film Summary (2000) Roger Ebert'. Rogerebert.com. Retrieved 25 June 2020.
  2. ^'Global nod for Malayalam director Santosh Sivan'. Ibnlive.in.com. 4 June 2012. Archived from the original on 23 March 2014. Retrieved 23 March 2014.
  3. ^ abc'Asian Project Market'. Apm.asianfilmmarket.org. 28 May 2009. Retrieved 23 March 2014.
  4. ^National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil
  5. ^National Film Award for Best Editing#cite note-45thawardPDF-21
  6. ^ abc'John Malkovich'. Santosh Sivan. Retrieved 23 March 2014.

External links[edit]

  • The Terrorist at IMDb
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Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Terrorist_(1997_film)&oldid=1036365765'