Invoking Justice

Director: Deepa Dhanraj
India, 2011, 86’, Color, Tamil, English with English and Turkish subtitles

The village leaders... Or rather, the council of elders... No matter what you call them, it’s always a group of men who make the decisions. In an attempt to turn this process on its head, a group of women in India seek to establish their own decision-making mechanisms. But in their struggle to do so, how will they stand up to the men’s councils and the police?

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Invoking Justice

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