Rare entry for Indian film For Real
In a time when very few people get to enter North Korea, an Indian film, For Real, has been invited to play at DPR Korea’s premiere film festival, that runs from September 17 to 26.Updated: Sep 09, 2010 13:30 IST
In a time when very few people get to enter North Korea, an Indian film,
, by debutant writer-director, Sona Jain, has been invited to play at DPR Korea’s premiere film festival, 12th Pyogyang International Film Festival that runs from September 17 to 26.
also releases in theatres across India on the same date, September 17. “I am grateful for the opportunity to represent my country there. Cinema speaks a universal language and For Real’s selection proves that no matter what the external situations in life may be, inside all human beings are the same,” says Jain.
The film, which tells the story of a family from New Delhi seen through the eyes of their six-year old child, has won five international awards and has played at numerous festivals.