A simple drinks party amongst 5 friends who work hard for the whole week before partying on one night!
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Directed by Thilip and starring himself along with Mr. White, Prathap, Tamizh, Ravi, Prabhu and the 4-legged star Bower, Gubeer is a thought-provoking weekend evening drinks party amongst a group of friends. Now, doesn't that sound interesting?
Thilip and his four friends are a group of bachelors who are working in the IT industry and after a 5-day stressful week at work, decide to unwind with a few drinks over the weekend. Over drinks, they discuss a wide plethora of topics that range from girls, politics, cinema, sports and go even a little intense while discussing the World Wars. With drinks flowing easily and with five different people opening up about their opinions, the conversation is very interesting. That is not all... The conversation leads to dance, ridiculing each other, small fights and differences of opinion and gives the viewers a lot of information to digest and reflect upon.
Director Thilip has set out to challenge the legendary Parthiban in making a movie without a story. That he succeeds, is the highlight... Gubeer has no story, other than a group of friends sitting and unwinding over drinks! The way most of the whole movie has been taken within a single house, needs to be commended. The director has stayed as true to reality as is possible. The way the conversation spills out many things that normal actors and cinema in itself would consider taboo, needs to be appreciated. All the actors have done a good job at being realistic... Prathap and Mr. White need special mention with Thilip bringing in his passion for cinema, into his acting also. The scenes that have Bower (the loveable Labrador) are very cute, especially the scenes where he cuddles up with a kitten. A little trimming of the dance sequences and some wider-angle shots would have made Gubeer all the more appealing... The interspersing of scenes from Rattha Kanneer make the viewers applaud. Vishal-Adithya's music is good and in tune with the movie. Santhosh Sriram and Kiran's technical work is good. Had Archer Cinemas chosen a lesser competitive weekend to release their product, it sure would have gained a lot better response.
If you are somebody who loves to just sit back and relax and let your mind run riot over the weekend with something unique to pique your interests, head over to watch Gubeer. Gubeer is a perfect movie for a weekend with friends!