Global Lens: Ocean of an Old Man
"In just about 85 minutes of its running time, Ocean of an Old Man succeeds in bringing on screen the physical and emotional devastation wrought by the 2004 tsunami. Having been shot on location in the Andaman Islands, the film provides the perfect backdrop for this poetic drama. The film is a sheer visual delight and cinematographer Tapan Vyas’ frame is a canvas – roots, spooky, leafless trees, a window frame, an abandoned church, a painted ship on a still ocean. The images dazzle, enhance the pathos and tell a story." -Real Bollywood
Runtime: 84 min. In Hindi with English subtitles in. Watch clip here.
This film is being co-presented by the Global Film Initiative and is part of the Global Lens collection. For more information, visit www.globalfilm.org
Cost: FREE for Museum Members, $5 Non-members. Tickets available soon!