This film is part of Rentals
Abu Shahed Emon's entrancing film tackles several of Bangladesh's pressing social issues in the story of an abandoned child, believed to be cursed, who ends up entering a life of crime.
Director: Abu Shahed Emon
This entrancing film follows three chapters in the life of an infant, a child and teen named Jalal. Abandoned as a baby in the river, he is rescued only to be accused of sorcery as a boy and outcast again. As a teenager Jalal enters a life of crime and he begins for works for a local gang leader and aspiring politician. Abu Shahed Emon's sweeping, complex film tackles several social issues in contemporary Bangladesh, including superstition, politically motivated corruption and women's rights.