AVAILABLE FROM NOVEMBER 11 TO 18 AS PART OF THE INTERNATIONAL QUEER FILM FESTIVAL
INDIA I 2021 I DRAMA I04:47 MIN
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The four-minute film captures the relationship between two queer women on the brink of India's partition in 1947. Told through a letter, it tells the story of longing for a relationship that is doomed in several ways: their misunderstood love, the patriarchy chained his dreams and his romance are broken in his heart by the partition and inevitable separation from them. In the lap of the great ideas of freedom and hope created by those who hold power, this film captures two women, their despair and their hope above all, narrated through a monologue, is the conflict of two lovers who decide to meet with one. The last time at the center of political turmoil in his country. The film has been made primarily as a solo effort and on a zero budget, using a mobile phone camera.
Director de fotografía:
Anureet Watta,Harnur Watta
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