In Mitra Sen’s profoundly compassionate drama, only children can soothe the rage of a grieving heart. Karim, an injured fugitive, is welcomed like a beloved brother by three orphaned boys in a remote Rajasthani oasis of Hindu and Muslim harmony. This simple human kindness disrupts the smooth and certain arc of the young man's mission and threatens his very identity. Karim soon discovers how these Hindu and Muslim children share the bond of one family, following each other’s traditions and living together under one roof in peace—a complete contrast to his childhood, which was void of music, color, and love. As the village children prepare to perform the Ramayana
, the classic Hindu tale of good vs. evil, Karim wrestles with his true purposein life and his desire to find his family. Amidst the town’s holy festival, a place so full of life, Karim must act wisely to find his way home.
Co-presented by 3rd i South Asian Independent Film