Film Review: Ghya Chang Fou (2017) by Joyraj Bhattacharjee

As I have mentioned in various articles over the years, I have watched (and enjoyed) a number of extreme (I really want to say f*cked up) movies, from worm eating splatters to koala executives and everything between (if you can imagine what could be between those two). I have to say, though, “Ghya Chang Fou” is one of the weirdest, most extreme and most unique films I have ever seen.

The movie begins with a procession of people walking through some dark alleys holding balloons , in a style much like a circus troupe. Soon the group arrives to a majestic old building, where a table is set for them to sit. What follows is: they sit, eat and drink, reveal they are celebrating the Communist revolution, they talk and argue about the history of Communism, they get drunk, time and reality lose their meaning, violence, quite graphic depiction of sex,
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