how gracefully camera moves and a complex relation of two lonely souls is depicted in refined details, physical and emotional pain expressed with music (singing overlaps with moans, drums with screams) and often silence. the silence surrounding the event, the loneliness, the pain is broken with the ending and one look away was enough to bring the final punch. now we shift from her to his tears.
The way Kasaravalli illustrates caste dynamics with such furnished emotional subtlety is great to see amidst the wide array of films that aim to exploit rather than provide discourse. He frames everything from casteism to misogyny within the walls of a rotting Brahmin community in a way that doesn't unrealistically dehumanize its perpetrators to therefore ignore the normalcy with which they exist in society.