Starring: Anshuman Jha, Shruti, Raj Kumar Yadav, Neha Chauhan, Amit Sial, Arya Devdutta, Herry Tangri
Directed by Dibakar
Initially, the jerky, odd camera movements of LSD can prove quite unsettling for an audience used to sanitised, textbook frames. The kitschy metafilm (inspired from pulp fiction) adds to the bizarreness. But it doesn’t take long to fine-tune your vision to the inventive look, feel and idea of LSD.
The film, a set of three stories that intertwine a la Kieslowski’s Three Colours, is remarkable in the way it experiments with the digicam to create a novel, audacious narrative. The camera becomes a character as well as the carrier of the theme—changing dynamics of love and...