Internationally Acclaimed Chef Vikas Khanna presents the European Premiere of his film "The Last Color" followed by a Q&A and a Live Cooking and Tasting (SPECIAL Price ONLY 18,- Euro: inkl. Kostproben der indischen Köstlichkeiten)
Experience The Taste of India.
IndoGerman Filmweek: Vikas Khanna zu Gast im Babylon, Film & Food-Event:
Europapremiere: The Last Color, Ind, 2019, R: Vikas Khanna mit Neena Gupta, Rajeswar Khanna, Aslam Shekh, 90 Min, OmeU (Hindi) anschl. Q&A mit Regisseur Vikas Khanna und Produzent Jitendra Mishra; gefolgt von Live-Kochshow mit STERNE-KOCH Vikas Khanna & Anjana Singh, Sterne Koch Vikas Khanna und Anjana Singh präsentieren ihre besten Rezepte: Indische Köstlichkeiten aus den nordindischen Regionen vom Punjab bis Banaras inkl. Probierportionen für alle Zuschauer (Ende: vorauss. 20:30h)
The Last Color:
ynopsis Inspired by true events. Nine-year-old fearless tightrope walker and flower seller, Chhoti, savors her dream to save Rs. 300 ($ 4), so she can attend school. The Last Color traces Chhoti and her best friend Chintu's daily struggles for survival on the streets of the ancient city of Banaras, India. Chhoti befriends Noor, a white-clad widow who suffers a life of total abstinence and is disallowed from taking part in any festivities, especially Holi, the Indian festival of colors.
Over time, Choti and Noor's friendship and uplifting spiritual bond breaks through the barriers of the caste system. Noor encourages the brave little girl to face life by "flying high" with courage, education, and dignity. She shares her fondest, but closely kept childhood memories of playing with colors.
Chhoti promises Noor that, this Holi, she will finally splash Noor with her favorite pink color. But on Holi's eve, Noor passes away, and during a sweep, Chhoti is imprisoned by the corrupt police, led by the violent and bullying Raja.
Will Chhoti be able to keep her promise? Twenty-four years later, Chhoti becomes an advocate and fights for the societal reforms that will bring about the rehabilitation of both street children and widows.
The Last Color is a story of promises kept and promises broken, a friendship that knows no bounds, and the freedom and victory of the human spirit. The inspiration of the movie comes from the day when widows of Vrindavan and Banaras celebrated Holi for the first time, breaking a centuries old taboo. On this day color became a symbol of rebirth and freedom. This event became the inspiration of the book and later the movie. (imdb)
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