Adomya (2014)

 ●  Assamese ● 1 hr 39 mins

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This evocative and poignant tale is one of struggle, betrayal, loss, sacrifice, fight back and triumph. It is a socially relevant, realistic drama that narrates the story of Juri, who had to face the brunt of widowhood six months after getting married. Her husband was an AIDS patient and she too got infected. Thrown out of her in-laws’ home, she went back to her village where she gave a birth to a girl, but there too Juri had to go through social ostracism. Even her daughter is not accepted, though she tested negative. Her only hope rests with her child, and they fight back with great courage and conviction.

Cast: Jyoti Narayan Nath, Pranami Bora, Sulakhyana Baruah

Crew: Bobby Sarma Baruah (Director), Satya Prakash Rath (Director of Photography), Pankaj Sarma (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Drama

Release Dates: 12 Dec 2014 (India)

Tagline: Indomitable

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Did you know? This movie was bestowed with the award for Best Fiction Film (spiritual section) in the 13th Dhaka International Film Festival, 2014. Read More
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as Jayanta
as Juri
as Junaak
as Villeger
as Doctor
as Jayanta's wife
as Doctor
as Mother in law
as Juri's Husband

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Assamese
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Stereo
Camera:
Red One
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Taglines:
Indomitable
Trivia:
This movie was given Official Entry into several prestigious film festivals including the 15th Rainbow Film Festival London, 2014; the 1st International Women film festival Bangladesh 2014; the Cana Film Festival in Singapore; the 12th Third Eye Asian Film Festival; the Kala Godha Arts festival; the 3rd Delhi International Film Festival; Mumbai Womens' International Film Festival; Chennai International Film Festival; and the 7th Bengaluru International Film Festival.

This movie was bestowed with the award for Best Fiction Film (spiritual section) in the 13th Dhaka International Film Festival, 2014.