Usually porn flicks come beautifully disguised - either they 'educate' on sex, or pretend to scare you, or conveniently rip-off a novel. But the ultimate disguises come when directors choose to do a little bit of the three.
But unblemished credit should be given to this filmmaker, who found the original disguise by dealing with the original topic, of original sin. And this guy didn't need to do a rip-off, since the story is straight from the Bible. He just made his motive appear educational - Bible-study. But his movie still remains a ghost story - the Holy Ghost story or the Genesis, as its called.
The movie commences with a background voice, narrating the very first verse from the Bible - the creation. And the visuals are of oceans, deserts, mountains etc. Next God creates Adam - the first human. This scene was accomplished cleverly by Chandrakumar, who also happens to be the director of photography. It actually looks as if Adam is appearing out of dust.
Adam is now in Paradise, enjoying the sweet smell of flowers and the sweet sights of nature. he is also trying out different fruits, when God's voice tells him that he is free to have anything he likes in Paradise, except for the forbidden fruit.
Adam continues having a nice time, but after sometime he is bored and goes to sleep - or rather God hypnotizes him into it. After he is asleep, God creates Eve out of Adam's rib. Here, Chandra Kumar fails to impress, since Eve's creation is just a commentary - of God.
Adam and Eve have a great time in Paradise - The Garden of Eden - until the Devil appears in the form of a snake, tempting Eve into having a bite of the forbidden fruit. Eve then does the same to Adam, and both of them become aware of their nudity.
When God finds out about this, he banishes them from Eden and curses the snake - a debatable point, since it wasn't the snake but the Devil disguised as the snake. Anyway, from here starts their journey on this planet, which looks very much like Eden and very less like a punishment.
What is difficult to do, is pinpoint the filmmaker's intention; was really a Biblical or was it a semi-porn flick. In any case, it will satisfy both, those looking for Biblical education, and those looking for a porn-kick. It might also satisfy those looking for some sleep, because if you ask me, this is one hell of a boring film. As for the filmmaker's intention, well, Chandra Kumar does specialize in porn art, so why not?