A still from “Khamosh Pani”

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Khamosh Pani  (Silent Waters)

Pakistan, Germany  ·  2003  ·  DCP  ·  Color  ·  99'  ·  o.v. Punjabi

1979. Ayesha, a widow haunted by the horrors of Partition, lives in Charkhi, a Punjabi village in Pakistan, with her 18-year-old son, Saleem. He is madly in love with Zubeida, an independent woman, until the arrival of two strangers from Lahore, preaching extremist Islamic values. Swept up by this new religious fervor, Saleem breaks up with Zubeida and begins to carry a gun, forcing Ayesha to look back at her past.

Screenings
Thursday 10 | 8 | 2017  ·  18:30  ·  La Sala  ·  Sub. English
Director
Sabiha Sumar
Cast
Kirron Kher Aamir Malik
Producer
Sachithanandam Sathananthan, Helge Albers, Philippe Avril
Cinematography
Ralph Netzer
Music
Arjun Sen, Arshad Mahmood
Costumes
Heike Fademrecht
Set Design
Olivier Meindiger
Screenplay adapted by
Paromita Vohra
Based on a literary work by
Sabiha Sumar
Editing
Bettina Böhler
Art Director
Olivier Meindiger
Dialogues
Shoaib Hashmi
Production
Vidhi Films
info@vidhifilms.com
Co-production
Achtung Panda
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World Sales
Vidhi Films
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