One of Trisha Brown’s early signature pieces, “Glacial Decoy,” joins the repertory of the Paris Opera Ballet.
A young man falls in love with his childhood friends only to keep breaking up with them, not realising that he will always end up as a loser.
The film, which won the 1988 National Film Award for Best First Film of a Director for its "excellent exploration of complex philosophical theme for the first time in Indian cinema," is set in the Buddhist town of Sariput in the desert of Central Asia in the 1st century B.C. The town is struck by a devastating sand storm that leaves behind only four survivors: two monks and two children taking refuge in the monastery. Twenty years later, the monks have become old, while the boy and the girl have grown and fallen in love. The jealous monk deceitfully persuades the boy into becoming a monk, yet the girl wins him back, as a result both are expelled from the monastery, and that is when the sandstorm strikes once again..
Film starring Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Milind Gunaji and Jatin Kanakia