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Film

Court

Mon 4 – Thu 7 Apr


'‘Court’ Is Chaitanya Tamhane’s Unsparing Look at Justice in India' - The New York Times

A damning indictment of India’s justice and caste system, Tamhane’s debut film follows an aging folk singer Narayan Kamble who is put on trial for abetment to suicide.

Arrested under the farcical allegation that a sewage worker deliberately didn’t use safety gear after hearing one of Kamble’s rabble-rousing songs, the film intelligently explores the relationship and disparate lifestyles of the ‘untouchables’ and the elite of Indian society.

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12014,130mins

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