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Two Indian mystics journey in search of a missing son to find that the River Ganges is dying. Friendship, bonding, memory and loss evoke in this real-life film the current state of the earth's most precious resource: water.


Andrei Jewell

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Updated: 5 July 2012
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Credited cast:
Deb Das Baul Deb Das Baul ... Himself
Kannai Das Baul Kannai Das Baul ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lakhan Das Baul Lakhan Das Baul ... Himself
Uttam Das Baul Uttam Das Baul ... Himself
Baskar Bhattachharrya Baskar Bhattachharrya ... Himself


Kannai, a blind and ailing mystical poet of the Baul musical tradition, is aware he has only one journey remaining in him. He has decided to use it finding his estranged son, Monkumar. Kannai is accompanied on his quest by lifelong friend and fellow musician Deb Das. Their journey needs no map. The two companions follow the mighty River Ganges from its mouth in the Bay of Bengal up to its sources in the holy Himalayas and back to their home village of Bolepur In West-Bengal. A hidden India unfolds as the friends progress on their path. A string of comic, colorful, and musical encounters with fellow mystics follow during rickety train rides, sojourns on houseboats, religious festivals, and meanderings across India's breathtaking and unforgiving landscapes. Throughout the journey, Deb Das acts as the eyes of his blind friend, describing in vivid detail each new experience they face. What Deb Das's words try to hide to his friend, however, is his growing disillusionment as he begins to ... Written by Andrei Jewell & Nicolas Yazgi

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Plot Keywords:

india | water | yogi | tantra | docudrama | See All (9) »


Two wandering Indian mystics travel 3000miles along the banks of the Ganges river, in search of a missing son




English | Hindi | Bengali

Filming Locations:

Bolepur, West Bengal, India See more »


Box Office


$850,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Gaïa Films See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Percussionist James Pinker collaborated with Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan & Michael Brook, Jesus and the Mary Chain and Dead Can Dance. See more »

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