How to say what you want to say in the easiest possible way, in Last Train To Mahakali.
The writer and director Anurag Kashyap’s debut film has a simple logic to convey. Though it is a bit mythological, even mystical, the signature gore vision of his is seen pulsating behind their ideologies. And that’s the kind of cinema he breathes for. Often he is criticized for zapping his audience with dark, brutal images created in his scenes which are not the sole reason that casts a lasting impression on you. It is the hollowness and the provocative aspect of the loneliness that haunts in each element of the film is what’s scary. And profoundly dangerous. Kashyap is known, well-known for his emotional range and hence is so capable in flexing this in his cinema. It’s a whole new world.