Article 15

3 octobre 202188/1002863 min
Année
2019
Directeur
Anubhav Sinha
Âge
18+
Pays
Inde
Durée
130
Score global
Aperçu de l'évaluation
Imdb
82%
Rotten Tomatoes
92%
vod-news
90%
Résumé de l'évaluation
Anubhav Sinha's Article 15 is a hard-hitting film that tackles the caste discrimination that is rampant in India – and, as this story shows, fatally so at times. The country is predominantly Hindu, the religion from which the caste system stems. It prides itself in its message that “unity is diversity” and has been the biggest democracy in the world for more than seven decades. The values and rules of the country all stem from the Constitution of India, a book and legal guide drafted by BR Ambedkar (who was from the Dalit caste, but eventually converted from Hinduism to Buddhism and campaigned against caste discrimination).

In Lalgaon village two Dalit girls are abducted in a school bus Ayan Ranjan an IPS officer is assigned on the case where he closely works with two officers Brahmdutt and Jatav.Ayan finds that villagers believe in caste discrimination which is the major problem he meets his old friend Satinder who behaves strangely and goes missing next morning.The two girls body are found hanging on a tree while one goes missing an autopsy revels that they were raped multiple times.Gaura sister of one of the dead girl tells Ayan that they were slapped by their owner Anshu when they asked to increase their daily wage by three Rupees .Ayan finds that Anshu did this due to caste discrimination and posts copy of Article 15 according to constitution of India at the police station.

Laissez un commentaire

Votre adresse électronique ne sera pas publiée. Les champs obligatoires sont marqués d'un *.

Postes connexes

advertisement

fr_FRFrench