When nine-year-old Samay falls in love with film shows, he spends every day in the projection booth. The problem is that instead of imaginary travels with Indian heroes, he should be helping his family living in the countryside. Samay is not stopped even by the cinema ban, and he and his friends arrange film screenings elsewhere. They secretly steal film prints and hold screenings teeming with life. Can Samay explain his passion to his parents so he can follow his dream?
Indian screenwriter and director whose fascination with film translates into the stories he tells. His feature films Samsara (2001) and Angry Indian Goddesses (2015) have been screened at many international festivals. Last Film Show won second place in the Audience Award at the New York Tribeca and won the Valladolid Festival.
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