Gripping Indian movie as it shows the lives of a family that is the poorest of the poor and how they try to survive every day. Even if the movie was made on a tight budget and almost not completed it looks fantastic with great photography and realistic acting from a cast of unknowns. The story also feels 100% authentic and not a beat feels out of note.
3-4. About my only beef with it is that conflict is kind of sporadic, and a couple of times the move falls to moving, but plausible coincidences, (a couple of deaths) but otherwise, a decently evocative depiction of an Indian family suffering beneath the twin hands of God and class, while waiting for the literal and metaphorical way out. But the movie's biggest saving grace is its well-drawn family circumstances.