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Let The Wind Blow

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Vera Fogwill and Martín Desalvo, Argentina, 2005

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Partho Sen-Gupta, India, 2004

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Let The Wind Blow (Hava Aney Dey)
A film by Partho Sen-Gupta

Hindi and English, with subtitles in English
India, 2004 (93 minutes)

Trailer

Synopsis
At the height of nuclear tensions between India and Pakistan, Arjun and his best friend, Chabia, weigh their options for the future against the reality of life on the streets of Mumbai. Enticed by the promise of wealth and opportunity in the Persian Gulf, Chabia is eager to leave his job as a mechanic. But for Arjun, who must finish college and care for his mother, the decision is not so easy in director Partho Sen-Gupta's gritty, apocalyptic interpretation of Krishna's counsel to Arjuna, from the Bhagavad Gita.

About the Director
Partho Sen-Gupta was born in Bombay, India in 1965. He started his career as an art department apprentice in the studios of ‘Bollywood’ in 1982. He is an award-winning production designer and art director, and has worked on numerous Indian and foreign films, television programs and theater productions. In 1993, he was awarded a scholarship to study film direction at La FEMIS, in Paris. He has directed several award-winning short films, which have been official selections at film festivals throughout Europe. In 2005, he was invited by the Cinefondation of the Cannes Film Festival to attend the festival as part of a group of promising young filmmakers. Later that year, he directed the documentary, Shakti Timeless, about the Indo-Western fusion group, Shakti, tracing its history from the '70s to the present. Let the Wind Blow is his first feature film.

Principal Cast

 

Arjun
Chabia
Mona
Salma

Aniket Vishwasrao
Nishikant Kamat
Tannishtha Chatterjee
Rajshri Thakur

Crew

 

Director
Writers
Executive Producer
Producers
Cinematographer
Editor
Sound
Music

 

Partho Sen-Gupta
Partho Sen-Gupta, Yogesh Vinayak Joshi
Rakesh Mehra
Marie-Cécile Destandau, Brij Rathi
Jean-Marc Ferriere
Annick Raoul
Jacques Sans
Eryck Abbecassis

 
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