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街童 Salaam Bombay! (1988)

銀幕再現 Back to the Screen 1h 50m

位處印度繁喧熱鬧的最大城市街頭,暗角隱藏着太多悲傷故事。因縱火鬧事被母親趕走,必須賺錢還債的鄉村小子,輾轉流落孟買淪為街童,身無長物,為了討活什麼也得幹。小偷、毒販、妓女、癮君子在他身邊打轉,一窮二白是他們最大公因數,與虎謀皮是無可奈何的生存競賽。於無常跟前,邪惡沒有排斥的餘地,遇境而遷是他們最廉價的策略,迎來的也只可能是背叛、失落以至無止境的被離棄。一部廣徵孟買街童演回他們自己的寫實主義巨構,在美拉娜兒鏡下,首尾緊扣,主題鮮明,人文關懷滿溢,一舉摘下康城影展金攝影機獎。

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A companion piece to Hector Babenco’s Pixote (1980), Mira Nair’s first fiction feature constitutes another neorealism masterpiece that takes an unsentimental yet striking look at the hard knock lives of street children in Bombay. From the spirit and through the extraordinary performances of real-life slum youngsters, this social exposé follows the misadventures of Krishna, a young boy who becomes a street child in the city after he is abandoned by a travelling circus. Under the constant threat of adults who exploit him, Krishna’s effort to go home is thwarted at every turn. Winner of the Camera d’Or at Cannes, this 1988 story has lost none of its throbbing vitality and powerful reflection on our world today.

Cannes Film Festival: Caméra d’Or

Academy Awards: Best Foreign Language Film nomination

Courtesy & Produced By: National Film Development Corporation Limited, India

Languages

印地語, Hindi

Subtitles

Chinese, English

Countries

印度, India