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Rituparno Ghosh talks to Boris Izaguirre, followed by the screening of the film ‘Nouka Dubi’

Segovia 2011, 
Rituparno Ghosh, Indian film director and author, winner of eight National Film Awards in India and various international awards in film festivals, and Boris Izaguirre, presenter, scriptwriter and writer, will talk about the genre themes in Indian film and society and present the film Nouka Dubi (based on a novel by Tagore), that will be screened immediately thereafter.
‘Nouka Dubi’ (2010, 144 min, Bengali), by Rituparno Ghosh
First film made on Tagore on the 150th anniversary of his birth. The story begins with a boating accident during a stormy night that changes the life of the four protagonists whose relationships change into something altogether different from their initial expectations in the social framework of the period.