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Geeta Malik: The Indian American Life

"Why they were the way they were..." Meet Geeta Malik, the talented American filmmaker who made a film on her desi uncles and aunties.

26/06/2021 2:57 PM
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  • Nisarg D.
    27/06/2021 20:13

    this sounds interesting

  • Kosia F.
    27/06/2021 12:07

    Ahahah 😬

  • Sunil D.
    27/06/2021 11:12

    Wow! The way she talks one can be sure she has a perspective on things and for someone from the younger generation to empathise with the older generation and try and gain an insight into what they have been through is truly creditable. I say this because I feel most of the younger generation when they are this age either don't care or are too deeply involved in their own lives to bother with such things. The empathy and understanding does come but mostly at a later age. Good to have a film made out of this issue. Best of luck to the young filmmaker for her future endeavours.

  • Balshila B.
    27/06/2021 06:29

    Y by

  • Rajesh S.
    27/06/2021 01:55

    Hi

  • श्रवण क.
    27/06/2021 01:53

    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=784344635563323&id=289188901745568

  • Sharat D.
    26/06/2021 16:22

    This area of identity crisis & the cultural pull of the homeland amongst the 1st generation immigrants remains largely unexplored so this attempt is to be welcomed.

  • Joyce P.
    26/06/2021 16:12

    BEAUTIFUL YOUNG AND TALENTED LADY

  • Brut India
    25/06/2021 17:04

    Here are some of the other must-see films screened at Tribeca Film Festival, 2021: https://variety.com/2021/film/news/tribeca-festival-anticipated-titles-1234993525/

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