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"This engaging documentary explores the changing urban life of a contemporary India caught between local tradition and the effects of globalization. The film provides a richly detailed portrait of the lives of residents of Kotla Mubarakpur, an “urban village” in South Delhi, by focusing on the family of Sarita and Raman Bhardwaj and their friends and neighbors." In Hindi and English, with English subtitles. Faculty discussant: Dr. Gita Pai (HIS)
This is the last of three films in the UWL Spring 2024 Ethnographic Film Series, "Global Forces, Locally Lived." Free and open to the public. Free popcorn for all attendees!