The movie is about Sita, the Hindu Goddess from the epic "The Ramayana", who accompanies Lord Rama on a 14 year exile in forest. Sita is abducted by Ravana, the ruler of Lanka. This movie tells the story of Rama and Sita, along-with a biographical account of the director's relationship with her husband. Written by
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There are two cats in the film - Lexi and Bruno. Lexi is the striped cat that Nina and Dave had in San Francisco. Bruno is the black cat that Nina has in her apartment in New York. According to Nina Paley
's Director's Commentary, Bruno does, in fact, sleep in Nina's armpit, as shown at the end of the movie. See more
The musicians are shown playing with the left and right hands reversed. The clarinet, like all woodwinds, is played with the left hand at the top. The violin is held with the left hand and bowed with the right. But in the movie, the clarinet player has the right hand at the top, and the violin is held with the right and bowed with the left. See more
Narrator - Shadow Puppet 3
Rama will come here, and you still have one last chance, because once he comes here... You know... Your ass is grass.
References Koi... Mil Gaya
The Song is Ended
Sung by Annette Hanshaw
Pathe Actuelle, 1927 See more