Ramesh aravind's '100' deals with the issue of technology making a mess of everyone’s life
'100' the Ramesh Aravind's directorial comeback which is set to hit the screens in less than a month. The filmmaker prefers to call 100 a family thriller. “I play Inspector Vishnu. I have four women in my life, a mother, sister, wife, and a kid. The film is about what happens when the virtual world intrudes into Vishnu’s household,” says Ramesh.
Sharing details on the film, Ramesh adds, “The film tries to address the issue of technology making a mess of everyone’s life. While on the one hand, it is good – we have family groups, my mother is learning Carnatic music at the age of 80 – but there is a flip side too. My parents used to tell me never to accept a bar of chocolate from a stranger, but now I am worried about which stranger will lure my kid online. We don't know who is tempting whom and with what on mobile phones. Who is your daughter talking to or who is your son chatting with? This is what we are addressing in a cinematic way.”
Ramesh says that he did extensive research to understand this. “We keep talking about cybercrimes but what exactly comes under that? How is it different from physical crime? I went to the cybercrime office and they were very helpful. It was a revelation and learning for me. They trace things from broken phones to digital footprints. I recall a friend of mine told me how he encountered a bunch who had made software that could trace one’s entire digital footprint on the world wide web. He had all the data thrown at him. So, the web is not as safe as we think and evil minds can misuse this to their advantage,” he points out.
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