The Tearsmith (2024) Hindi Movie Review

The Tearsmith (2024) Hindi Movie Storyline

The Tearsmith (2024) Hindi Movie: Sometimes our greatest fear is accepting that someone can honestly love us for who we are. Nica and Rigel are ready to find it out together.

Within the walls of the Grave, the orphanage where Nica grew up, a legend has always been told: that of the maker of tears, a mysterious craftsman, guilty of crafting all the fears and anxieties that inhabit the hearts of men. But at seventeen years old, the time has come for Nica to leave fairy tales behind. Her biggest dream is about to come true. Mr and Mrs Milligan have started the adoption process and are ready to give her the family she has always wanted. In her new home, however, Nica is not alone. Along with her, Rigel, a restless and mysterious orphan, the last person in the world Nica would want as an adoptive brother, is also taken from the Grave. Rigel is intelligent, smart, plays the piano like an enchanting demon, and has a beauty that can enchant, but his angelic appearance conceals a dark nature. Even though Nica and Rigel are united by a common past of pain and hardship, living together seems impossible, but kindness and anger are two different ways of fighting pain to stay alive and to conceal the emotions that devastate their hearts, becoming for each other that tears-maker of legend. To the maker of tears you cannot lie: and they will have to find the courage to accept that desperate force that attract them towards each other called love.

The Tearsmith (2024) Hindi Overview

Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Romance

Original Language: Italian

Director: Alessandro Genovesi

Producer: Alessandro Usai, Iginio Straffi

Writer: Eleonora Fiorini, Alessandro Genovesi, Erin Doom

Release Date (Streaming): Apr 4, 2024

Runtime: 1h 43m

Distributor: Netflix

Production Co: Colorado Film Production

The Tearsmith (2024) Hindi Movie Review

I didn’t read the book so I don’t know if it’s a good adaptation but as a movie it’s.. mediocre. A shallow drama. First though, let me just praise the leads. They really sell the chemistry for their characters. The longing and all that. Bonus that both are handsome people.Now for the bad. The plot… while I was interested in the premise as I thought it had potential for depth it only gave me something shallow. They didn’t give time for the trauma of their past to take root so it hits different. Would’ve been so much better if they really dug into the abuse, mental health issues, ptsd, etc but everything got glossed over even during the scenes it’s highlighted. While I liked the base chemistry of the actors the actual romance between the them is non existent. They never built it up so it’s just there. Very weak foundation is just not good. Because why should I care about these character’s love for each other? The most atrocious is the pacing.

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