Explore India, the world’s largest democracy, in a new two-part documentary that delves into the country’s past and present. The film asks timely questions about the country’s progress in areas like equality, democracy, human rights, and social justice. With insightful analysis and stirring personal stories, this documentary offers a rich, multi-faceted perspective on India.
The film looks at the challenges India faces today, from poverty and violence to environmental problems, and explores the people still working to keep Gandhi’s ideals alive. The documentary covers topics such as discrimination, child exploitation, and land grabs, but also highlights India’s rich cultural history and its innovative solutions to an array of problems. With interviews from Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, and others, viewers will come away with a nuanced understanding of what life in India is really like. Don’t miss this thought-provoking and engaging documentary that will leave you with a deep appreciation for this complex and fascinating country.