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Father's Land in Mother Tongue

Evocative, atmospheric and lyrical drama. When Mya, with her father Zain, travels from Bradford to Bangladesh, she discovers dark secrets concerning the Liberation War of 1971.

A lyrical and atmospheric drama set in Bangladesh. After the death of her mother, Bradford born Mya travels with her father to her parents' village in Bangladesh for the first time. She longs to re-connect to her mother's past. What Mya doesn't anticipate is the discovery of dark family secrets tracing back to the Liberation War of 1971, when Bangladeshis fought for independence from Pakistan.

Mya ..... Bhavna Limbachia
Zain ..... Richard Sumitro
Lovely / Nani ..... Ayesha Dharker
Zahid / Train Guard / Police Officer ..... Ikky Elyas
Written by Kamal Kaan
Producer/Director, Pauline Harris

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Mon 12 Aug 2019 14:15

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