An elderly Sikh, who has been victimized as a result of his racial appearance, struggles to deal with his circumstances in the aftermath of a violent attack.
Writer/director: Yaz Rabadi
Producer: Elena Pilar Nañes
“I had a strong, strong desire to make this film.
I had a message I wanted to get out there, and it struck me that the best way to do that would be to get right to the point. Keep it tight. Keep it swift. Keep it moving. Don’t tell a story but set a tone and paint an experience.
That’s all I wanted to do with this film – everything I hadn’t done in the past.
I think it turned out alright.”
About Yaz Rabadi
Yaz Rabadi is a Canadian-based filmmaker working out of Toronto.
His favourite film is Batman Returns. His films are often serious in nature but he has promised his family he will make a comedy one day.
He has made some good films and he’s has made some bad films.
His director biographies in the past were much longer but these days he’d rather you spend less time reading about him and more time watching his films.