Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa (Mother of 1084)
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Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa (Mother of 1084)
Govind Nihalani, an important figure of the New Cinema movement in India, focuses on the psychological implications of political actions in a drama set in Calcutta in 1972, when the whole State of Bengal was swept by a militant leftist movement known as the "Naxalbari Movement." Sujata Chatterji is a traditional upper-middle-class lady who works in a bank. She awakens early one morning to the shattering news that her youngest and favorite son, Brati, is lying dead in a police morgue, reduced to a mere number attached to his feet: Corpse No. 1084. This awakening impels her on a… More