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  • Suri, Sandhya -- Family.
     
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  • Immigrants -- Family relationships.
     
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  • East Indian diaspora.
     
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  • East Indians -- Social life and customs.
     
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  • Amateur films -- India.
     
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    I for India / [DVD videorecording] Fandango and Zero West present a film by Sandhya Suri ; produced by Carlo Cresto-Dina, Kai Kûnnemann, Thomas Kufus ; directed by Sandhya Suri.
    England : ICA Films, 2005.
    Subjects
  • Suri, Sandhya -- Family.
  •  
  • East Indians -- England -- Social life and customs.
  •  
  • Immigrants -- Family relationships.
  •  
  • East Indian diaspora.
  •  
  • East Indians -- Social life and customs.
  •  
  • Amateur films -- India.
  •  
  • Amateur films -- Great Britain.
  •  
  • Great Britain -- Emigration and immigration.
  •  
  • India -- Emigration and immigration.
  • Description: 
    1 videodisc (70 minutes) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
    Additional Author: 
    Suri, Sandhya.
    Cresto-Dina, Carlo.
    Kufus, Thomas.
    Künnemann, Kai.
    Suri, Yash Pal.
    Lenski, Lars.
    Baldessari, Cinzia.
    Tagg, Brian.
    Zero West (Firm)
    Fandango (Firm)
    First Run/Icarus Films.
    Summary: 
    In 1965 Yash Pal Suri left India for England. The first thing he did on his arrival is to buy two Super 8 cameras and two tape recorders; one set of equipment he sent to his family in India, the other he kept for himself. For forty years he used it to share his strange new life in the West with those at home. In turn he received their "cine-letters" of weddings, festivals, and village life. As time passed, the joy and curiosity of the early exchanges gave way to the darker reality of alienation, racism, and a family falling apart. His daughter made this footage into a film.
    Technical Details: 
    DVD ; PAL ; region 2 ; 1.33:1 aspect ratio.
    Language Notes: 
    In English and Hindi, with English subtitles.
    Credits: 
    Camera, Sandhya Suri, Yash Pal Suri and Lars Lenski; editors, Cinzia Baldessari and Brian Tagg.
    Genre: 
    Documentary films -- Great Britain.
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