Closing Night Film
Cycle

Part of India Kaleidoscope: Celebrating India’s Regional Cinema
Sunday, November 12, 7:00 p.m.
SAG-AFTRA Foundation Theater

With Prakash Kunte in person

Dir. Prakash Kunte. 2017, 102 mins. DCP. Narrative. International premiere. In Marathi with English subtitles. With Hrishikesh Joshi, Priyadarshan Jadhav, Bhalachandra Kadam. In rural 1960s Maharashtra, Keshav (Hrishikesh Joshi) is a respected fortune teller with a loving family and one prized possession: a beautiful foreign-made bicycle. One night when two bumbling thieves steal his bike, Keshav is crushed and, despite his friends and families best attempts to cheer him up, he feels he has lost a part of himself. Meanwhile, when nearby villagers recognize the bike as Keshav’s, the thieves come up with an elaborate story and struggle to stay one step ahead in their ruse. Featuring gorgeous cinematography and strong performances, Cycle is a charming and heartwarming tale of the power of goodness.

Please note this screening takes place at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Theater, 247 W. 54 Street, Manhattan.

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