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To-let / Spandan Banerjee. [videorecording]

Contributor(s): Banerjee, Spandan [editor.] | Bose, Rupleena [writer.] | Roberts, Desmond [camera.] | Ram, Rahul [music.] | Kilam, Amit [music.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Open Frame. Publisher: New Delhi : Public Service Broadcasting Trust, 2012Description: 1 videodisc (60 min.) sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: a two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscSubject(s): Landlord and tenant -- Social conditions -- Delhi -- IndiaGenre/Form: Feature films. | Documentary films. DDC classification: Summary: Big Cities are now primarily cities of migrants coming from corners of the country in search of livelihood and shelter. the character of cities over the years, has been tremendously redefined, incorporating an electric mix of cultural practices. yet in a city like Delhi, the divisive lines between the landlord and the tenant are very strong. It is a relationship of power, hierarchy and prejudice. The film gets into the lives of a single man, an artist couple, a music band and the film-maker himself as they try to understand what home means in the continuous cycle of migration and flux.Summary: On difficulty of being tenants in Delhi NCR; a documentary.
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DVD DVD Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore
A00645 (Browse shelf) Available T16 A00645

Hindi and English with English subtitles.

Copyright notice on disc: Public Service Broadcasting Trust.

Big Cities are now primarily cities of migrants coming from corners of the country in search of livelihood and shelter. the character of cities over the years, has been tremendously redefined, incorporating an electric mix of cultural practices. yet in a city like Delhi, the divisive lines between the landlord and the tenant are very strong. It is a relationship of power, hierarchy and prejudice. The film gets into the lives of a single man, an artist couple, a music band and the film-maker himself as they try to understand what home means in the continuous cycle of migration and flux.

On difficulty of being tenants in Delhi NCR; a documentary.

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