There are times in our hectic schedules when we all yearn for solitude, space and a break from our mundane life. On the contrary, unending isolation is one of the greatest fears of mankind. Vikramaditya Motwane, manages to feed on this emotion for 102 minutes.
Trapped the movie unfolds to showcase how maddening the fortress of solitude can be for a person stuck on the 32nd floor(check) of a desolate building situated in a populous and cramped city like Mumbai. The fact that such a thing can happen in a world which is so constantly connected is quizzing but the movie ardently answers your questions. Trapped dwells on your fear of claustrophobia and seclusion, as you empathize with the ordeal of the protagonist, (Rajkumar Rao) from such close quarters.
After blockbusters like Udaan and Lootera, Motwane nails the art of minimalism, with admirable direction. He makes a sterling attempt to contain the quest of a man struggling to be rescued.
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It's Saturday & I am watching #Trapped for the 2nd time. I want to grab the complete filmmaking package of this film. Repeat is good for me.— CHARLIE (@CharlieGulshan) March 18, 2017
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