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Baba Black Beard| 11mins
Director: Sanghamitra Karmakar | Producer: Samla Kamar
Focus Years: 2006 | Country: India
Subject Tags: asia, india, psychology, relationships
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Baba Black Beard is the story of a child, Bonnie, who reacts to changes in her small world especially when that change pertains to the person she is most attached to; her Baba (father). The film travels with the two of them as they go through their daily activities eating, playing, dancing, dressing up and learning together. The child gets a pair of gold fish, which also becomes an intricate part and parcel of this secure world. One day this seemingly calm world comes crashing down for Bonnie when Baba decides to change himself. Even the fish cannot believe it!!

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