That Four Letter Word will return back to Studio 5, Sathyam Cinemas this weekend. A few days ago, I was so sure that not more than 20 people would actually wake up to watch TFLW so early on a weekend. I was so wrong.
We had a little over 50 per cent occupancy on Saturday morning.
And then, over 80 per cent of the hall was full the very next morning.
Thank you Madras for waking up early on a Sunday and making it to the theatres just to watch the movie.
Due to public demand, we’re bringing the movie back at 11 a.m. just for all those of you who complained that 10.30 was too early.
So all you guys who still haven’t got a chance to see the film, here are a coupla more chances. March 10th & 11 (Morning show @ 11 a.m.) The advance bookings will open on Thursday and you can book online through that yellow banner on the sidebar towards your right. Since this is a digital film, for best results, do watch it from the back rows.
I thank each and every one of you who have seen the film for your support. If you didn’t like the film, I’m truly sorry I let you down. And all those who’ve seen it three times or more, I can’t thank you enough. I’m really touched that some of you have listed That Four Letter Word among your favourite films on Orkut. I’m not sure if it deserves a place there but thank you so very much for being kind.
Good luck 🙂
Being an Aquarian, I wonder how you can got so obessed about film making and in particular the film you are most obessed with.
Congrats abt TFLW! Its done SO well!
I want a treat when I see you next!
When is the movie coming to bangalore?
thanks mate.. i was one of those who made it on the saturday morning to watch it 🙂
aquarians are dreamers, arent they?
did you get my yahoo msg about when you guys are coming to India again?
blore does not have a small theatre with digital projection yet. so as soon as we find one, we will. will keep you posted.
thank YOU for that!
hey, no…cos hardly ever log on to yahoo…stick to google…but yes, we will be visiting…july/aug, for a few weeks…looking forward to it!
catch you then!
any chance of you swinging by here?
thank you for that… lol… no worries man.. so whats the next movie abt?
FOUR LETTER WORD
This is a good effort to bring fresh talent to the movie audience, with a story line like a Cloth that is well knitted with different colours of thread (The thread I’ve mentioned here is the characters portrayed in the film). Using “Pause” instead of the regular “Intermission” is a good ploy. Guest appearance by Madhavan brings the usual uproar of the audience.
The comic strips had better clarity and freshness to the eyes than some parts of the movie. Each characters in the film brings different colour to the movie except for the Cinematography, it makes the audience to see the movie with some effort (we know you have made this movie out of great effort….Do the audience have to feel the same??!!….)
On the other hand, there is a lot of freshness in the movie right from the Title, at places where love is played on & in the end (about reality – “what really happened…”)
A good movie, some what sounded like a motivation for the “Optimistic budding movie directors” to go ahead in film making no matter what happens…..& a “Big Caution” for others who are not optimistic about film making….
One thing at the end, we do have a lot of Western Influence in cinema. Why don’t we adopt good things from them like; Corporate people getting into the picture of making movies & to give a good hand to talented people like the one did this movie or any other for that matter, so that the quality of movie will be enhanced and movies will reach the audiences world wide.
I hope the corporate people will take cue from such cries made by many and come out soon & help talented movie makers to make good movies & get rich dividends out of it…not only for them! But, for the movie lovers too…