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  • Actors: Mohamad Imran Tapa, Taniya Khan, Ali Mohammad Dar
  • Directors: Tariq Tapa
  • Format: Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: Urdu
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Kino Lorber films
  • Release Date: June 5 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • ASIN: B007IHH3AS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #125,362 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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A truly independent film of integrity and offhand grace, Zero Bridge tells the deeply affecting tale of a student and small-time criminal in Kashmir who develops a crush on an older, college educated woman. Dilawar (Mohamad Imran Tapa) is a rebellious seventeen-year-old Kashmiri boy who lives on the outskirts of Srinagar city with his strict uncle. Desperate to leave town, he looks to raise money any way he can, from doing his classmates’ homework to picking pockets in the city’s markets. While on an errand, he meets Bani (Taniya Khan), a bright, beautiful woman who had recently finished her studies in America. As their friendship grows, Dilawar is desperate to hide his crimes, as well as his growing affection for her. Once the truth comes out, it causes havoc in their relationship, and threatens both of their futures. Tariq Tapa’s first feature is a small movie with a big heart, investigating issues of class and the mysteries of love with an equal measure of craft and compassion.

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I enjoyed this low-budget foreign title for a number of reasons. One, it offered me a fairly candid look at life inside an Indian village in Kashmir as seen through the eyes of a young teen named Dilawar. He and his abusive uncle are members of one of the lower casts who are forced to eke out a menial existence by any which means: scrounging, stealing, collecting scrap metal, etc. Two, the young man has a very compelling dream to become someone important in the community. In order for this aspiration to happen, he needs money in a hurry. He sets up an elaborate scheme to do homework for his fellow students for a fee a well as pick the pockets of the wealthy strangers coming through town. Everything would remain as is but for the fact that big changes are on the way in his life. His life of petty crime is heading for a crisis only because it could threaten to destroy the dream that has become his entire life. Three, the filmmaker introduces this game changer in the form of a rather innocent encounter: Dilawar falls head over heels for a well-educated young girl from a higher class who has just returned from America. As the friendship grows, so does the tension that goes with his growing realization that she will eventually discover his tainted lifestyle. Four, as the truth gradually comes out and the hope of a better life, a very real fear takes over Dilawar's young life. That bridge out of town no longer looks like his route to the promise of a better life beyond the drudgery and cruelty of one of India's five-hundred-thousand villages. On a technical level, this film provides decent acting and a solid plot with lots of rising tension and foreshadowing.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9e6ab3d8) out of 5 stars 9 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e317dbc) out of 5 stars The best actors are not actors. Aug. 25 2012
By G. Teslovich - Published on Amazon.com
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Filmed mostly in the streets of Srinagar, Kashmir showing the daily lives of a people living in an undercurrent of tension from the persistent religious conflicts between Islam and Hinduism and to a lesser extent Buddhism and other religious groups. A small crew filming without the use of professional or even amateur actors. Actors recruited with no previous experience who, nevertheless, produced a most believable and naturalistic drama of love and survival. The survival tactics seemed petty compared to western standards, yet you felt their necessity of fighting for the smallest advantage; for small lies and for pennies.

My minor criticisms are in portrayals that seemed a little too unlikely such as a Kashmir woman working as a clerk, yet has a US educated physics background.
The other area that seemed lacking was a greater, more in depth, understanding of our characters, the city, the region, the nature of the religious discord, the political entanglements from Pakistan, India and China in that region. But perhaps I'm asking too much for a very budget restricted (although you couldn't tell) production.

Besides the acting the script was engaging with it's mounting conflict, uncertainty, tension and resolution.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e317e10) out of 5 stars Excellent movie. Simply love it Oct. 3 2015
By George - Published on Amazon.com
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Excellent movie. Simply love it. Why it was never screened widely? The story is realistic. Somebody wrote that the girl studying in US wasn't practical. But, I being in US in academia have seen very bright students from Kashmir.
HASH(0x9e3195ac) out of 5 stars But l liked the fresh approach Oct. 15 2015
By Vishwanath Chidambaram - Published on Amazon.com
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The story is moving too slowly, and the main protagonist is hard to empathize with. But l liked the fresh approach, so different from the frenetic, over the top ways of run of the mill Indian cinema.
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HASH(0x9e31966c) out of 5 stars Five Stars Feb. 20 2015
By Ken - Published on Amazon.com
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Sad story, though…
HASH(0x9e319600) out of 5 stars Four Stars Sept. 14 2015
By arexdude - Published on Amazon.com
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Beautiful movie. Lot of emotion. A must watch.

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