Under the Same Sun explores the mind of a confused and orphaned young man, Karim Jamal, who accidentally falls into the hands of a group of Hindu and Muslim village children in the medieval...
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Under the Same Sun explores the mind of a confused and orphaned young man, Karim Jamal, who accidentally falls into the hands of a group of Hindu and Muslim village children in the medieval town of Jaisalmer, near the border of India and Pakistan. As the young boys welcome and nurture their injured desert guest, Karim soon discovers the true meaning of brotherhood and compassion, which forces him to rethink his true purpose in life.Written by
I just saw this movie at the Heartland Film Fest. It is the most touching movie I've seen during this year's festival. The colors are so vibrant and the performances are very strong. The children are precious and beautiful. I enjoy the festival because there may be a chance to meet the talent behind each movie. After our viewing we got a question and answer session with the writer/director Mitra Sen. I appreciated hearing about the production and some of the cast. It takes courage and persistence to bring such a story to life. Please continue and I'll keep watching your films!
I feel privileged to have seen this film since it only shows at film festivals. If you get the opportunity to see this film please don't hesitate. There is more good in this world than bad and anyone can be redeemed!
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