Synopsis/Plot : Kovalan and Karikalan are brothers, Karikalan is in jail for the crimes he has committed however during his prison period their mother passes away. Whether Karikalan came out of jail in Parole for the last rites, did the divided brothers come together forms the crux of the story. It is told as an action-crime drama which is rooted in a cut-throat atmosphere. Parole also has a lot of characters who are primarily outlaws.
Solid Flick, A Complete Surprise!
Though it could have been made as a more simpler and crisper flick, a tight narrative that focuses on the story with a striking screenplay puts on a worthy show. Raw, dark and quirky, yet manages to excite with many mighty moments.(more)
Source: Moviecrow, MovieCrow
Unconventional narration and layered plot make Parole an interesting watch
Rajkumar Amal's background score and Magesh Thirunavukarasu's cinematography really help in elevating certain emotions. Parole is not a great film, but definitely a very good attempt that deserves an applause for its power-packed writing.(more)
Source: Logesh Balachandran, Times Of India
Parole is a raw and gritty film filled with power-packed performances.
The excessive violence might be a turn-off for the audience. Parole isn't a film meant for everyone either. It is a daring in your face experience which doesn't hold back. But it is a small film made with utmost sincerity and dedication and such films deserve our backing.(more)
Source: Behindwoods, Behindwoods.com
An engrossing tale of sibling rivalry
Parole suffers heavily from a hasty ending. The redemption angle towards the end is rushed and unconvincing. It would have worked better with a bit more clarity in writing. There are still some memorable moments like Karikalan's explanation of why he wants to escape jail. The reason is simple � for ...(more)
Source: Vignesh, CinemaExpress.com
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