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In December 2012, news of a rape and murder on a public bus in New Delhi made waves around the world. This documentary goes inside Indian society and its government and looks at the swift and radical changes being made within the police force, the judiciary and community groups. For the first time these bodies are promoting a national dialogue on the current sexist attitudes of Indian society and how these deep-seated misogynist forces are being identified, denounced and gradually transformed.
Providing an inspiring look at initiatives meant to counteract longstanding attitudes within Indian culture that are dangerous to women, this is highly recommended.
Touching tale with the cinematography as impactful as the plot
The Indian Express
The film describing various aspects of sexual offences on women in the backdrop of disturbing Nirbahaya case in Delhi and the consequent chances made in Indian law, stirred up many viewers.
Focuses on the national conversation generated by the case, and on reform in the police and court systems
My thoughts are consumed by the fate of that Indian girl on a Delhi bus. Daughters of Mother India has helped open my eyes, which now glisten with hope.
The Huffington Post
Public outrage, protests
and the need to be heard have forced the Indian government to finally
acknowledge that a problem exists. This film is a historic step forward for
the women of India. Highly Recommended
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Festival & Awards
National Film Awards, India - 2015
Best Film on Social Issues
New York Indian Film Festival - 2015
Best Documentary Film