There is an odd but gentle detachment at the heart of Paradise, like a sweet, lulling voice telling a tragic, blood-cut story.
Paradise trails a married couple, Kesav (Roshan Mathew) and Amritha (Darshana Rajendran), as they decide to vacation in Sri Lanka, as the small island-country is boiling over in protest and anger.
By Rajeev Ravi and edited by Sreekar Prasad, the film refuses tension, even as the circumstances demand it from the form. It prefers, instead, to keep the camera still, at a distance, unmoved by the lives at stake.
is in their seamless movement between these languages, without drawing too much attention to the switched linguistic lilts.