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HALF TRUTH

India, 1983 (MIFF 1985)

Director: Govind Nihalani

A powerful and angry film about corruption in the Bombay police force, Half Truth is a major breakthrough for the Indian cinema, representing the first time an Indian filmmaker has dared a head-on confrontation with the forces of institutionalised corruption in that country's urban social structure.

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