Little Box of Sweets (2007)

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Set in a country coming of age, Little Box Of Sweets is a simple love story about a young girl's journey to fight for her dreams and the love of the man who inspired her! A little village in North India is Asha's (Meneka Das) world. Whatever she knows and wants is right here in her humble existence with her grandparents and soul mate Lalli (Sheenu Das). Then Seth (Joe Anderson) comes along, the handsome son of an Indian Commissioner (Rahul Vohra) and Sheila (Helena Michell), the beautiful daughter of a British missionary. Seth and Asha's common love for poetry draws them closer - awakening Asha to a dream to be more like him and strive for a better future....But it comes as at a price...
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Did you know? Writer/director Meneka Das won the Grand Jury prize for Emerging Talent and the film also picked up the Best Music award for the score by Andrew T. Mackay at The South Asian International Film Festival in New York 2008. Read More
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Writer/director Meneka Das won the Grand Jury prize for Emerging Talent and the film also picked up the Best Music award for the score by Andrew T. Mackay at The South Asian International Film Festival in New York 2008.