Most Indians and Pakistanis can’t agree where Kashmir is on a map. But ask them who started the conflict, and they will have an answer.
Two filmmakers, one Hindu and the other Muslim, sneak their cameras into one of the most beautiful, yet dangerous, places on Earth. In a region where religious alliances have spawned more than half a century of war, can these two filmmakers learn what makes Kashmiris choose their homeland over their own lives, even as their friendship is put to the test?
“In our Pakistani and Indian communities, everyone has an opinion about Kashmir. And yet, few people stop to ask the Kashmiri people themselves what they really want.”
“Making independent films is not a quick process … It takes time, living and breathing with your subject, deep preparation, and honest reflection within yourself on why it’s important that you tell this story.” More>>