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Country: USA | India, Language: English | Hindi, 102 mins

  • Director: Raj Amit Kumar
  • Writer: Damon J. Taylor; Raj Amit Kumar
  • Producer: Aftab Asghar; Deepa Bajaj

CGiii Comment

Basically, it's two films (a lesbian story and a terrorist plot) merged into one...pieced together by an over-enthusiastic editor who went a bit mad with the scissors. The camera rarely lingers for more than a milli-second. A truly dizzying experience.

Seemingly banned in India...possibly because it has no big Bollywood showstoppers. This is a thriller devoid of thrills...they should have put in a showstopper or two!

Still, it could be perceived as being a brave film...unfortunately, made by an incompetent crew.


The(ir) Blurb...

UNFREEDOM is an urgent contemporary thriller about a society torn apart by political, religious, and sexual turmoil. Shifting between New York and New Delhi, the film juxtaposes two powerful and unflinching stories about religious fundamentalism and intolerance, one of which follows a Muslim terrorist attempting to silence a liberal Muslim scholar, while the other is about a young woman who defies her devout father and escapes an arranged marriage because she is secretly embroiled in a taboo lesbian romance. In this searing portrait of the polarized world we live in, all four characters go to their absolute limit-and beyond-in their struggle to defend their deeply-held and conflicting viewpoints on freedom, faith, family and love.

Cast & Characters

Victor Banerjee as Fareed;
Adil Hussain as Devraj;
Bhanu Uday as Husain;
Preeti Gupta as Leela;
Bhavani Lee as Sakhi;
Ankur Vikal as Najeeb;
Seema Rahmani as Chandra;
Samrat Chakrabarti as Anees;
Danae Nason as Jana;
Andrew Platner as Mitch;
Kuldeep Sareen as Janaka;
Danny Boushebel as Malik;
Alyy Khan as Alyy;
Dilip Shankar as Sameer;
Shayan Munshi as Anand