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Harbinder and Sarvie are young Sikh-Australian girls, growing up in a traditional community of old-time resident Sikh banana farmers in the country town of Woolgoolga. Harbinder has an arranged marriage in India, and Sarvie is excommunicated from the community because of her marriage to Australian Gary. The community life is dominated by the Temple committee, but President Grewal's son Brian, is now a Christian-Pentacosta Priest. Looks at generational conflict from the point of view of young Australian-Indians.

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Kay Rasool
Kay Rasool
Georgia Wallace-Crabbe  Kay Rasool
Executive Producers
Kay Rasool
Dir. of Photography
Philip Bull


Harbinder Kaur - Sarvie Thompson

Production Details

Production Completion
History and national identity
Production Company
Zara Films Pty Ltd


Australian Sales
Journeyman Pictures Ltd
International Sales
Journeyman Pictures Ltd

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Turin Women's Film Festival
  • Mumbai International Film Festival for Documentary, Short & Animation Films