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Nasir (2020): Online Screening

Film
Friday, April 23
All Day
Virtual/Online | online
Cost: Free
Watch the 2020 film Nasir online for free from April 19th - 24th.

India | 85 minutes | Online Screening | NR | dir. Arun Karthick

 

We are excited to be able to make the 2020 film Nasir available for free online viewing. Like our other online screenings, reply to the google form below to receive an email containing the link to the streaming portal. You will be able to watch the film anytime from Monday, April 19th to Saturday, April 25th. The film is available to anyone who is interested. We will also be recording a discussion with the director, Arun Karthick, so fill out the Q&A submission form below if you'd like us to ask the director any specific questions. 

 

About the film:

Salesman Nasir lives a contended life with his mother Fatima, wife Taj and nephew Iqbal in a closely populated ghetto. Employed in an apparel shop at the heart of a busy city, the middle aged Nasir is a hard worker. He speaks humorously and makes others laugh. He is also endowed with a half-baked philosophical attitude, so he likes poetry. On Sundays he composes poems along the lines of Hindi film songs of the sixties and launches them in front of his co-workers. When he recites his poems, he starts with his right hand placed over his chest and with wave-like motions nearly brushing the noses of the listeners. He smokes ten Beedis a day and drinks four cups of tea. He goes for his midday prayers occasionally. Nasir's chronicle emerges through the detailed observation of his vicinity over the span of one particular day. As his day unfolds we find him to be a nimble romantic, marshaling a love of love, song, children, friendship, and even God to rise into something resembling a life well lived. But the increasing communal bigotry has other plans.

Watch the trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kx4LbfJ8vgw

 

Google request form:

https://forms.gle/ucFChXSKscKV3Ywb7

 

Q&A submission form:

https://forms.gle/a9RiUGHD6NKqUk7A6

India | 85 minutes | Online Screening | NR | dir. Arun Karthick

 

We are excited to be able to make the 2020 film Nasir available for free online viewing. Like our other online screenings, reply to the google form below to receive an email containing the link to the streaming portal. You will be able to watch the film anytime from Monday, April 19th to Saturday, April 25th. The film is available to anyone who is interested. We will also be recording a discussion with the director, Arun Karthick, so fill out the Q&A submission form below if you'd like us to ask the director any specific questions. 

 

About the film:

Salesman Nasir lives a contended life with his mother Fatima, wife Taj and nephew Iqbal in a closely populated ghetto. Employed in an apparel shop at the heart of a busy city, the middle aged Nasir is a hard worker. He speaks humorously and makes others laugh. He is also endowed with a half-baked philosophical attitude, so he likes poetry. On Sundays he composes poems along the lines of Hindi film songs of the sixties and launches them in front of his co-workers. When he recites his poems, he starts with his right hand placed over his chest and with wave-like motions nearly brushing the noses of the listeners. He smokes ten Beedis a day and drinks four cups of tea. He goes for his midday prayers occasionally. Nasir's chronicle emerges through the detailed observation of his vicinity over the span of one particular day. As his day unfolds we find him to be a nimble romantic, marshaling a love of love, song, children, friendship, and even God to rise into something resembling a life well lived. But the increasing communal bigotry has other plans.

Watch the trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kx4LbfJ8vgw

 

Google request form:

https://forms.gle/ucFChXSKscKV3Ywb7

 

Q&A submission form:

https://forms.gle/a9RiUGHD6NKqUk7A6

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