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Stubborn City
2006
Color
9 minutes
India/US
English
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Stubborn City

In 2005, 8 feet of rain fell in Bombay, India in one day. This poetic piece highlights the resilience of the impoverished neighborhoods of this ancient city that were most affected, and how people survive and thrive, despite the lack of government assistance.
Screenings
• National Museum of Women in the Arts' Festival of Film & Media, Washingtong DC, 2007
• Association For Asian Studies Conference, 2007
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