A Suitable Girl debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 22nd 2017.
A Suitable Girl
Directors: Sarita Khurana and Smriti Mundhra
At the beginning of A Suitable Girl we come to the juxtaposition between two very stark moments in time.
As an audience, we are given a montage of images: an evolution of little Indian girls growing under the watchful eye of their families.
But the narration offers us what is to be their future. It is a blunt, sweeping attempt to angle us all in the proper direction: marriage.
There will eventually come a time where she will marry and leave her family behind.
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