Humans, more often than not, have been victims of fear and greed. While the major contributions of greed in our civilization deal with committing crimes and theft, fear has given rise to a big pandora’s box of monsters. Our weakness against fear has made us come up with ways to mentally fight against the same. And thus, we gave rise to superstitions and started worshipping Gods to help us overcome the fear – our positive solace in the uncertainty of life. But, we forget another thing that fear brought out – Demons. If
So, why am I talking about all this, you might ask. The paragraph above has a lot to do with Tathagata Ghosh’s latest short film “Doitto” – literally translating to “The Demon”. Doitto, throughout its 27 minute runtime, is a constant struggle between the good and the bad, much like a beautifully orchestrated harmony; ultimately exposing our often neglected, darker side.
Starting off with a man frantically searching for his child at night, we see a surprising cameo by the director himself as Sub-
Starting off with the cast – each one blended into their characters very naturally. Having watched a couple of movies by Tathagata, I would say this is definitely his best work as a director. As his cinematography has evolved and matured, Tuhin doing a brilliant job there. The soundscape and
Wishing team Doitto all the best for their future, hoping to see this film go places.
Writer, Director, Producer: Tathagata Ghosh
Editing: Rajdeep Mukherjee
Sound Design and Film Mix: Aneesh Basu
DI Colorist: Sunny Ray
Graphics and Publicity Design: Debojyoti Das