Target
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The unjust discrimination that comes with the caste system in rural India provides the basis of this socially conscious drama that centers on the relationship between a cruel, exploitative landowner and his workers who belong to a caste of pariahs. Singh is the lord of his estate. His favorite pastime is big-game hunting, but when his drinking affects his coordination, Singh must hire a shikari (a sharpshooter) to make the kills for him. He pays Bharosa well and gives him a hut in the gangato (the name of the untouchable caste) colony. There, the young hunter finds himself surrounded by… More

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"Ray lacks his father's eye for poetic detail and visual metaphor, but he is a confident director of actors. Agashe's landowner is such a convincing rat that you can almost smell his rancid breath."
‑ Stephen Holden, New York Times
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