The disproportionate crackdown on environmental activism can no longer be attributed to the mere right-wing skepticism towards the climate crisis. The issue is far more adverse.
While on the face of it, the film unfurls as a man versus animal story, it is equally a subtle exploration of the non-human within the human.
Amit Masurkar shows us a well-rounded film, where the protagonist, much like the filmmaker, is never above the people.
As quantifying markers of something that we once took for granted become the norm of our daily vocabulary and existence, air assumes an uncanniness like never before.
From a remarkable campaign to save Mollem in Goa to notable judgments pushing back against corporations in various corners of the world, the fight to save the environment is just …