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Download Story of Things (2023) Season 1 Hindi WEB Series All Episodes. This is SonyLIV Original Web Series and available in 1080p & 720p & 480p qualities. This WEB Series is based on Drama, Mystery, Thriller and available in Hindi.A satisfying journey into a world of strangeness and mystery .In the first chapter, Weighing Machine, the creators explore the concept that our sins add to our weight

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Human emotions like greed, fear, anger, loneliness, love and guilt can have a tremendous effect on one’s life. This anthology series of five stories explores these emotions, blurring the lines between the real and the surreal.

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Full Name: Story of Things

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Episode: 5,Download Story of Things (Season 1) Hindi SonyLIV Complete Web Series movieflix

Language: Hindi

Released Year: 2023

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Human emotions like greed, fear, anger, loneliness, love and guilt can have a tremendous effect on one’s life. This anthology series of five stories explores these emotions, blurring the lines between the real and the surreal.

“Story Of Things” Review: A satisfying journey into a world of strangeness and mystery .In the first chapter, Weighing Machine, the creators explore the concept that our sins add to our weight.

 When you watch a movie that suggests the presence of the paranormal, what are the various conclusions one could draw from such content? Fear? Fear? Contentment? Relief? Guilt? To regret? Confusion? Sony LIV’s latest series, Story Of Things, falls somewhere on the spectrum of wacky and strange. Divided into five independent chapters, Story Of Things showcases various forms of horror, especially those that take place within the human mind.

In the first chapter, Weighing Machine, the creators explore the concept that our sins add to our weight. When Bharath and Linga, playing two aspiring actors, get involved in a hit and run case, they both deal with guilt and regret in different ways. It’s almost as if writer-director George Antoney is asking the audience a simple question… What would you have done? When Bharath delivers a brilliant monologue weighing the pros and cons of saving life or saving one’s career, I found myself nodding along with the character. It was a pragmatic revelation and this insistence on our psyche is something that was clearly planned by the team.

 Director: Giorgio Antonio 

Performers: Vinoth Kishan, Gauthami, Aditi Balan, Bharath 

A similar question arises in Chapter 2: Mobile, where the change of routine for one day creates a huge mess in Aditi Balan’s life. After drifting away from his doting and sometimes overbearing mother played by Gauthami, every moment of Aditi’s life continues to follow the agenda devised by the latter. There is a beautiful connection between Aditi and Payasam which made me smile. Also, Aditi is great in the scenes where she responds to the compliments she receives for her cooking. She’s just as good at romantic parts and very few actors pull off an emotional breakdown better than she does right now. Regardless, love makes Aditi perform her first act of defiance and she faces dire consequences. This chapter deals with one of the greatest horrors of the human mind: overthinking. The endless what-if scenarios we conjure up in our heads are suffocating on so many different levels.

This suffocation manifests itself in the character of Britto, played by an excellent Shanthnu Bhagyaraj, whose strict father, Siddique, crippled the former’s idea of ​​self-worth and security. When we see Britto as a child being mentally and physically abused in the name of discipline and love, his manifestation of this horror makes perfect sense. In this chapter, which revolves around a car, the creators aim to evoke a sense of intergenerational trauma. The nod to the paranormal in this chapter is probably the only starting point in the anthology, and it speaks volumes about George’s confidence in exploring different themes in the horror genre.

The chapter which revolves around an AC compressor and features Roju and Ritika Singh, is probably the only straight horror film in this anthology. But again, the creators avoid being scared and aim to confuse the viewers by looking for an interesting interpretation of the Story of Things horror theme of home appliances. In fact, this is the first film in this anthology that barely tries to explain things and leaves viewers with enough breadcrumbs to find their way home.

The short running time of this segment didn’t really allow for a sense of empathy with the characters. However, it is intriguing to delve into the dark spaces of the mind where the lines between reality and illusion blur. There’s a similar fuzzy line in the final chapter, Mirror, too, but unlike the other four chapters, this one has a rather lighthearted feel.

Kudos to the actors, Vinoth Kishan and Anshita Anand for selling the seriousness of their characters. You are both experiencing personal trauma, but never let it get in the way of spreading happiness through an interesting medium. Plus, George makes a political statement or two in passing, and it’s nice to see such nonchalance at a time when so many filmmakers believe in push messages. It’s easily the sanest segment of this anthology without turning into the cloying sobriety it had potential for.

The downside is that there is no consistency in the length of the five episodes, and this is also reflected in our investment in Story of Things. Whenever George takes the time to bring us into the world of his protagonists, the pain, trauma, fear, exhilaration, and even the mic drop moments work best. Some fixtures lend themselves to more drama than others, and in less dramatic cases, underwritten arcs are magnified. As always, some segments work better than others, but the common theme of depth in horror is an interesting layer that manages to pique our engagement whenever things get a little shaky.

Interestingly, a couple of years ago when audiences were forced to stay at home due to the pandemic, SonyLIV had some of the best content written in Hindi. They made a bunch of “smaller” but intriguing drafts before breaking into the major leagues with Scam 1992. Over the past year, the streamer has been trying to do the same for the Tamil market, and with deeply satisfying originals like Story of Things, it’s clear they’re definitely on the right track… and it’s only a matter of time before Tamil. The 1992 scam itself appears.

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