By Chakkar (27 Jan 2009)
This was an execllent film on a very relevant issue. While the depiction was a little extreme (art is always provocative), the fundamental issue of women's place in rural Indian society is aptly addressed.
You have a situation where a woman is in a potentially advantageous position and may be able to command men at her will. But a village without women has lost its sanskaar. If watching what unfolds as a result of this makes you uncomfortable, then the film is doing its job. To me, this is a film that matters now and probably will still matter 15-20 years out.
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