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Watch Under the Turban

(161) 6.3 89 min 2016

A young, modern, Sikh family travels the globe meeting with diverse communities of Sikhs to explore their roots and identity in Sikhism, the world's fifth largest religion.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Meghan Shea, Satinder Garcha, Mike Rogers, Mike Rogers

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Saturday, 09 May 2020 21:04

In its brief form, this is a fairly thorough and interesting look at the Indian heritage movement. It starts with the "life of a cobbler" - a young man who tries to keep his head above water in the face of financial hardship and is eventually discovered by the "shivar" (cobbler). The history of the "hindu dharma" is a fascinating one. The cobbler's attempts to raise the money for the cabarets (the cobbler's hut) are interesting, and he does his best to keep the cabarets running, even going so far as to give his old cobbler buddies a share of the profits. The story is a bit sketchy, and the cobbler is a bit of a cliché, but the views are fascinating. The cobbler's story is all the more interesting, because he is a foreigner in a foreign land, and he makes a point of showing that he is a good and kind man. He seems to be a bit of a refugee in the land he is in, and he tries to make the best of it, showing his appreciation of the cobbler's efforts to keep the cabarets going. He does this by showing up on the streets and giving out money to beggars, even though he does not have much to give. He also seems to be a bit of a Christian, and he seems to try to show that the cobbler's work is to be appreciated and appreciated. Overall, I really enjoyed this documentary. It has its ups and downs, but it's interesting enough to keep me interested. I have read the book that the film is based on, and the book was quite interesting, and I found the film interesting as well. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in Indian history, and I also recommend it to anyone who has read the book. It is a good movie, and I think that it's worth a look.


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