|Director||Chila Kumari Burman|
|One line synopsis||An experimental drama questioning stereotypes of Asian women and urging them to become artists.|
Man praying over candles. Photograph of woman. Man, very upset, throwing possessions into a suitcase, saying he’s going back to India. Photographs of family. Man in street, meets friend who helps him with bags. Woman’s VO "so much to way, so much to say, this is the hardest thing in the world…Freedom? What’s that?..." Asian women dancing, collage of images, still and moving, of women. VO queries stereotypes of Asian women. Family photographs of children and parents. Liverpool docks. Man throws photographs and other objects – including his suitcase – into the water. Woman’s VO urging Asian women to break free: "There must be hundreds of us dying to do art and sing and shout out there…" Home movies and photographs. THE END. Credits.
|Production company||Kamla Space Productions|
|Running time||7 minutes|
Special Acknowledgement & Respect to our Dad.
|Film segment||Kamla - ACE423.2|
|Web address (URL)||https://player.bfi.org.uk/free|