This evocative, socially relevant tale brings to life the struggles and suffering of those nameless, faceless, marginalised people who routinely suffer grave exploitation and injustice every day.
Their plight is highlighted through the woes in the lives of a widowed father, who works as a scavenger, and his eight-year-old son, who live a life of extraordinary power and artistic honesty, despite deplorable deprivation and seemingly insurmountable circumstances.
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This movie received two prestigious awards at the 61st National Film Awards for 2013. The first is for Best Film on Environment Conservation/Preservation, and the second for Best Supporting Actor to Suraj Venjaramoodu for his subtle and soulful portrayal. Read More