1h 34m | Drama
In a village in Eastern Pakistan at the end of the 1960s, homeopathic doctor Kazi, an orthodox Muslim, is wary of his brother Milon, a student who is a bit too libertarian for his taste. He decides to send his 10-year-old son Anou to an Islamic school to keep him away from Milon’s bad influence.
While at the school, the boy begins a friendship with Rokon, an orphan who is rejected by the other pupils. Back home, Anou’s sister, Asma, becomes ill, but her father refuses to look after her with antibiotics that Milon has provided. Meanwhile, a violent civil war begins.
|Producer(s):||Catherine Masud, Marin Karmitz|
|Cast:||Nurul Islam Bablu, Russell Farazi, Jayanto Chattopadhyay|
|Writer(s):||Catherine Masud, Tareque Masud|