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SHELTER

India, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Youth Film Festival)

Director: Sivan

Vinu is a day dreamer, with an artistic temper­ament and few friends at his school. He spends his days dreaming of his grandfather's ances­tral home and the slow pace of village life there. Fed up with alarm clocks, homework and school, one day he runs away from home and after many tribulations he makes his way to his grandfather's house. CIFEJ Jury Prize winner at the Indian Chil­dren's Film Festival in '91..

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