Film focuses on the relationship between a river and people along its banks with respect to their life, needs, desires and greed. This film is a journey of people's constructive resistance to save their river and to become self sufficient.
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NAAL is the story of Chaitanya, an eight-year-old mischievous boy. Living in a remote village in Maharashtra, along the banks of a river, he is fathered by a small-time landlord and ... See full summary »
Antee meanders through the lush green mountains and thick green forest. A few villages scattered on the river's banks. A group of people from a village: Anagha, her mother, Guruji, Bhau, Prakash, Tukaram, Mangesh and a few others. They do not want to take up conventional jobs. They are trying to earn their livelihood through farming, agriculture- allied- businesses. They have realized that, efforts involving Antee, is the only way to become truly self sufficient. Appa Naik is another important person in the village. He is strongly active in local politics, but he has inclination towards glossy, glittery life in a city. He wants his son, Akash to get settled in a city. One day they find out that Antee is going to be blocked and a huge tourism project is planned. The discussion in the meeting about the same yields nothing but endless and futile arguments. Our group realizes that in order to keep Antee flowing, they need to utilize Antee waters more by expanding their work and also ...Written by
Film focuses on the relationship between a river and people along its banks with respect to their life, needs, desires and greed. This film is a journey of people's constructive resistance to save their river and to become self sufficient. Decent thought provoking film. Surprised that there r movies apart from Bollywood which r much better.
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