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Even the Crows: A Divided Gujarat (2014)

At a time where the controversial Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, is running to be India's next Prime Minister, Even the Crows explores the way in which his politics and Hindu ... See full summary »

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At a time where the controversial Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, is running to be India's next Prime Minister, Even the Crows explores the way in which his politics and Hindu nationalist ideology have polarised Gujarat along religious lines. Since the anti-Muslim riots that exploded in 2002, the Muslim minority population have been denied justice and marginalised to the ghettos. Meanwhile, Narendra Modi, who has been accused of complicity in the riots, has ridden a wave of popularity. Through the intimate stories of American-Gujarati Nishrin, whose father, a prominent Muslim MP, was butchered during the 2002 Gujarat riots, and British-Gujarati Imran, who was the sole survivor when he was attacked along with his two uncles a friend while on holiday in the state, the film explores Modi's link to the violence and the minority community's ongoing struggle for justice. Written by Guerrera Films

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26 February 2014 (UK) See more »

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