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Francesca Scalisi, Mark Olexa, Switzerland, Bangladesh, 2019o

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A film about the four-year journey of a girl named Rupa. It is the story of her dream and her endeavor to escape from a predetermined destiny. The tea gardens lost in the misty hills of northeastern Bangladesh are the background to Rupa’s struggle. She fights against a life of hardships and against the perspective of an arranged marriage. Will she search independence or give in to the pressure of this ancient land?

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National Public Radio, 1/19/2013
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Interview with the directors
/ Filmexplorer
en / 5/26/2019 / 08‘48‘‘

Documentary: Made in Bangladesh
/ CBC
en / 10/2/2014 / 42‘40‘‘

A day in the life of a minimum wage earner in Bangladesh
Ananta Yusuf / The Daily Star
en / 4/2/2017 / 3‘35‘‘

Documentary: The dark side of the tea trade
/ Deutsche Welle
en / 7/2/2018 / 28‘25‘‘

Movie Datao

Genre
Documentary 
Running time
78 Min.
Original language
Bengali
Ratings
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Interview with the directors
Filmexplorer, en , 08‘48‘‘
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Documentary: Made in Bangladesh
CBC, en , 42‘40‘‘
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A day in the life of a minimum wage earner in Bangladesh
The Daily Star, en , 3‘35‘‘
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Documentary: The dark side of the tea trade
Deutsche Welle, en , 28‘25‘‘
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