Liquid Borders: The documentary film finds its beginning, born out of the need to explore existing geographical & political boundaries of India, juxtaposed with, human, emotional & spiritual bridges. Geographically speaking, India is a peninsula. Three sides are flanked by water. Specifically the east, west & south. Incidentally, the north too, is serrated by mighty rivers. This makes boundaries of India fluid, inclusive & accessible to our neighbors. The same adjectives interpreted in the political jargon means, menace of porosity, infiltration & threat to security. The magnitude and the irony of this dichotomy is the need to address this subject, as a film. In a sometimes dark and hopeless world, we need stories reminding us of the constructive options that are always present. The film is to engage, enthuse and envision a new-found look at liquid borders.
Director: Barnali Ray Shukla
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