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Pavlechi keli tirtha
At home, walking
© Rajula Shah / Shampa Shah
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

Rajula Shah

SON

Bigyna Dahal, Rajula Shah

MONTAGE

Lavanya Ramaiah, Rajula Shah

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

Shampa Shah

ORGANISME(S) DÉTENTEUR(S) ou DÉPOSITAIRE(S)

Shampa Shah

ISAN : non renseigné - en savoir plus
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This poetic documentary about pilgrims is adapted to the rhythm of their walking. It serves as an act of liberation and knowledge, returning man as well as meditation to the present moment. During the annual pilgrimage through the Deccan Plateau, the differences between the sexes, different religions and castes become blurred. They are all aiming for the same goal. One of the many millions of pilgrims is the author herself, describing her impressions on a journey across the country and her journey in finding herself. Conceptualized as a personal diary, the film also calls for deceleration in an overly technological and fast-paced world.

This poetic documentary about pilgrims is adapted to the rhythm of their walking. It serves as an act of liberation and knowledge, returning man as well as meditation to the present moment. During the annual pilgrimage through the Deccan Plateau, the differences between the sexes, different religions and castes become blurred. They are all aiming for the same goal. One of the many millions of pilgrims is the author herself, describing her impressions on a journey across the country and her journey in finding herself. Conceptualized as a personal diary, the film also calls for deceleration in an overly technological and fast-paced world.

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