A young man in his haste to go some place takes two actions - he screams at his mother for making him late, and he lovingly appreciates his brother's painting. By doing so, he strikes off two cycles - one of frustration and sorrow and the other of love and joy. His mother vents out her anger on her maidservant. His brother gifts the painting to his girl friend. Thus begins the cycles of sorrow and joy, forming a Domino stairway, leading to an unknown doorway. After shaking hands with 15 other characters and traveling through 17 locations, in just two shots, both the cycles meet at the end in an attempt to give a logical understanding to the seemingly absurd human life. It's a humorous look at the bizarreness of the cosmic accident, otherwise known as life. Written by
28 minutes, 17 locations, 19 characters, 2 shots, 1 cut. Right here, Right now.
Did You Know?
There are in fact two cuts in the whole film - the dissolve that divides the two 14 minute shots and the cut that precedes the denouement. See more
The car-guy who crashes into the young man who started the two cycles, leaves his door open in the first shot and closes it in the second, when both the angles are actually supposed to be capturing the same action. See more
There are credits for two inanimate objects in the film - The Coconut and the Bag. See more
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Composed by Sachin Sanghvi
Lyrics by Anand Gandhi See more