понедельник, 20 июля 2015 г.

Bayberries have ripened

The film is set in the suburbs of Nepal during the civil war period, where most men were either abroad or displaced because of the war. Sushmadevi, a mother of two sons whose husband is abroad, directs her sons to take their cow for fertilization. As the boys bring back the cow, worshiped as a mother and giver, they are faced with a new realization. While all these happening, a cuckoo bird known as Kafal Pakyo among the locals, is singing.

Director: Niranjan Raj Bhetwal

Born in Nepal, Niranjan Raj Bhetwal earned B.F.S in Film Direction at the Oscar International College (College of Film Studies, Nepal, in 2013). His graduation film, ‘Kafal Pakyo / Bayberries Have Ripened’ (2014), received the Jury award and Best Fiction Film Award in "Watersprite: -The Cambridge International Student Film Featival – England" and Audience Choice Award in "25th MEDIAWAVE – ANOTHER CONNECTION International Film Festival – Hungary".


Film Type:Short, Student
Genres:Social Issue
Runtime:16 minutes 25 seconds
Completion Date:September 17, 2014
Production Budget:1,600 USD
Country of Origin:Nepal
Country of Filming:Nepal
Film Language:Nepali

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