Seeing and sharing a glimpse of western society, which is idealized in his environment and having the time for reflecting about life for the first time, Rahul shares his fresh understanding of the world before he returns back to India.
George F. is a writer of creative non-fiction, who travelled extensively across Europe and Asia working with socially excluded groups ranging from the homeless to heroin addicts and street kids. Direct action and self housing master, George is one of the most literate fuck the privilege practitioners. Them fuck the life genderless and ownless. Since F. stands for fuck off, we are happy they didn’t fuck off our filming.
When Tuhi was a child, women in India were staying home, taking care of the family. As the only and female child, her father always wished her to be a son, and follow his footsteps, to become a doctor. Disobeying the norms or expectations of strict society and parents while surviving, is even more challenging than in the West. But one of the first female tattoo artists in India, who survived eating disorders and depression, found a way. Welcome to her experience of life.
Tweni Tweni is Alexis Akrovatakis and is Ben Smith. When you get choreography, dramaturgy, costumography, live music and performance in one shot. Both from the worlds of underground, blending them in an explosion that perhaps even annoys you with no limits, contradictions and bizzarness. Because inside the borders it doesn’t provoke, doesn’t rise questions and doesn’t push to question, how much your ideologies are including or excluding.