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AN IRRELEVANT DIALOGUE
An octogenarian couple, apprehensive of their future, plead guilty to what they believe to be a crime they have committed. While awaiting the consequences, they try out desperate measures to fulfill their wish that it will all be over soon. This film exaggerates the question of what one can do when one’s own advanced years seem without purpose, without claiming to suggest a universal solution.
- Film School: Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute
- Duration: 33 Min.
Meet the director
Moinak Guho, born in West Bengal, India, was an aircraft engineer before becoming an independent filmmaker in Kolkata. He has made a number of fictional and nonfictional short films, completing his studies at the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute with AN IRRELEVANT DIALOGUE. Guho is currently working on the screenplay to his first full-length feature film.