Naalu Pennungal (Four Women)
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Naalu Pennungal (Four Women)
Diretor Adoor Gopalakrishnan crafts this minimalist but deeply humanistic drama separated into four episodes and detailing the experiences of four women whose noble efforts to improve their lives from within the restrained confines of a male-dominated society. Presented in four episodes and set in a rural area of India during the two decades between the 1940s and '60s, the film begins by telling the tragic tale of "The Prostitute." A young woman who relies on her body to survive makes the difficult decision to break away from a life of prostitution, only to find herself in… More