Murali Nair was born in 1966 in Karela, India. SInce his last short movie A long journey selected in the official competition in Cannes 1996, he has directed four feature length movies Marana Simhasanam,The death's throne (Caméra d’or - Cannes 1999), A dog’s day (Un certain regard - Cannes 2001), et Arimpara (Un certain regard - Cannes 2003).
1993 – Tragedy of an Indian Farmer, cm / 1996 - Oru Neenda Yathra, cm / 1999 - Maranasimhasanam, lm / 2001 – Pattiyude Divasam, lm / 2003 – Arimpara, lm / 2006 – Unni, lm
Movies by Murali Nair in Collection
The first in a trilogy, 'Life is All About Friends' tells the story of Unni, a young boy from a village in Kerala, and his friends Gopi, Ramu and Raju as they get together at the start of a new school year. Unni comes from an upper-caste, Nair family. His mother and grandmother, with whom he lives, enforce the strict, orthodox rules Nair's are expected to follow. It's a privileged world, but one that leaves Unni frustrated. More