Director/Producer/Screenwriter/DP/Editor/Music Composer: Sarah Singh
Narrator: Sanjna Kapoor
The 1947 Partition of the Northwest region of the Subcontinent ushered in swift and devastating violence for which the aftershocks are still being felt today. The peoples of Pakistan and India while sharing a common culture and history have yet to speak candidly about this volatile period in recent history that divided a nation. Filmmaker Sarah Singh thoroughly explores the personal impact of Partition through first hand accounts by people of many faiths, geographical regions and walks of life that shed new light on the complexities of Partition and its far-reaching impact.
Q&A with the director following the screening
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