Podcast | The Song of Scorpions Review: Ethereal Music and Cinematography

The film centers a legend of ‘scorpion singers’ – tribal women whose voices can counter the deadliest of poisons.

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Anup Singh’s The Song of Scorpions might be Irrfan’s last release in India but it would be unfair to label it a purely Irrfan film because a lot of the film’s spirit comes from Iranian actor Golshifteh Farahani. The film centers a legend of ‘scorpion singers’ – tribal women whose voices can counter even the deadliest of poisons; here, a scorpion’s. 

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