Dance Of The Wind
Cert: U Year: 1998 Length: 87 mins
Khoja's debut feature is a lovingly crafted, sublime piece of film making, using as a background, the ancient 5000 year tradition of the passing of Hindustani songs from mother to daughter, by oral instruction only, encouraging almost a spiritual bond between teacher and pupil. Set in contemporary New Dehli, an acclaimed singer loses her ability to perform when her mother (and teacher) dies.
Audience Award London Film Festival 1998
The most soothing and beautiful of films
Chris Darke - The Independent
As elegant, sensuous and resonant as the lovely sounds heard throughout Time Out
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