One world, many stories
The first BRICS Film Festival brings to screen relatable tales from across boundaries
Vicente is an economist, married to a dentist. An ordinary man with an ordinary life, he finds his world turning on its head one day. A loss, followed by another, leaves him shattered. He changes his name and starts living in a garbage dump.
They live across the ocean and have never set eyes on each other. But they exchange letters and fall in love to ultimately unite at the funeral of their matchmaker. She is a beautiful, open-minded law student. A chance meeting with an Indian man during a summer holiday in the Free State sparks an unexpected love affair. It's that time when it is ...
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First Published: Sat, September 03 2016. 00:16 IST