Magrib - 1993
Magrib is a film on the relative shift in the frame of reference ruling the familial relations in a traditional community having specific cultural ethos, that of the Muslims in the South Malabar.
Razaq, a convict lunatic confined in the asylum for long had killed his wife in anger, suspecting of her infidelity. An infant girl child of the couple is brought up by the joint family. When she grows to a marriageable age, there emerges a crisis.
Direction & Screenplay: P T Kunjumohammed
Paradesi - 2006
Eighty-year old Valiakath Moosa, son of a freedom fighter, is an alien to his own land. To the Indian government he is a Pakistani, and to the Pakistani government he is an Indian. He is one of hundreds of Malayalees who left to work in Karachi during the days of the British Raj. Many of them returned in the 1960s and are settled in Malappuram. They do not have a passport or even an address in the land they were born in. They are looked down upon as Pakistani spies. Moosa has a wife and children here who are Indian citizens, but Moosa himself is not considered a citizen of the country.
Direction & Screenplay: P T Kunju Mohammed