|Crew: ||Roshan Bikram Thakuri
The film based on a true incident occurred in Gandakiregion of Nepal during Maoist insurgency about social discrimination in regard to existing caste and gender in general and about so called “unusual relation” between a Dalit boy and a Brahamin girl, their struggle to succeed for a new lease of life and post union effort for a baby in the time when the entire community was under the threat of terror from both the Maoist and the government in particular.
Roshan Bikram Thakuri: With my own self-motivated devotion to film studies,predominantly art movie, I got some short but meaningful trainings on film direction both formally and informally. With my self-study and skill gained while diving into world cinema culture technically I could made a venture by directing my first Nepali feature film “Rang” (Color) 3 years back. This film though had more or less satisfactory result I learnt movie production, direction and distribution practically. It enhanced me to establish myself as a director. This further stimulated me to study more about the innumerable elements of film making process. Inspired with actors…….. directors…… films…….. I myself found devotion to art film. So I dared to produce and direct art film and did my first short film “Silver Bangles”. I tried my best to foreground a pertinent issue existed overwhelmingly in our society. I attempted to inculcate caste and gender issues in this short film using the most updated technology available in our film industry. My attempt to juxtapose modern technology with art and culture can be quintessentially seen in “Silver Bangles”.