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Chauthi Koot (The Fourth Direction)
Thursday 18 August, 7:00 PM | HOYTS Cinema Paris
 
Synopsis
Based on a series of short stories from Indian author, Waryam Singh Sadhu, Chauthi Koot is an atmospheric drama set during the Sikh separatist movement of the 1980s. When a farmer refuses to put down his dog, he sets off a small-scale drama, while Indira Gandhi’s army and the Sikhs clash in the background. With a handsome visual style, director Gurvinder Singh evokes the fear, violence and creeping paranoia of the time.
 
Director
Gurvinder Singh

Language
Punjabi

Running Time
115 Mins

Cast
Suvinder Vikky, Rajbir Kaur, Gurpreet Kaur Bhangu, Kanwaljit Singh, Harnek Aulakh
Film Festivals and Awards
Cannes Film Festival
Best Asian Feature Film - Singapore International Film Festival

Director
Gurvinder Singh is an Indian film director, best known for his National Award-winning Punjabi language film, Anhe Ghore Da Daan (2011).
 
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