In a game of corporatocracy an unnamed corporation imprisons a politician's wife & her lover in an empty flat.
An anonymous multinational company interested in capitalising natural resources, deceitfully leads a powerful politician's wife & her lover on to an empty flat in a big city promising them the security of a better life but holds them captive in a game of corporatocracy. The couple are surveilled upon by a faceless representative of the company who not only controls the supplies that go into the flat, but also mysteriously the space and time inside. As the couple are coerced and blackmailed into going through a series of role-playing, the lines between the past, present and future mystically get blurred. Also blurred are their very existence.
Ramchandra PN (India)
Mumbai based Ramchandra PN is a 1991 graduate from the Film & TV Institute of India making documentaries, features, short films and TV programs. His first feature SUDDHA (The Cleansing Rites) won him the Best Indian Film at the Osian Cinefan Festival of Asian Films, New Delhi in 2006. It also won him a Hubert Bals exhibition grant in the following year. His second feature PUTAANI PARTY (The Kid Gang) won the Best Children’s film at the Indian National Film Awards in 2009. It was also in consideration for nomination for the Asia Pacific Screen Awards. His third feature HAAL-E-KANGAAL (The Bankrupts) is being screened in alternative screening venues.