Does a human not conforming to a particular religion, language, caste or creed have a name? What could he possibly be called? Ecstasy or pleasure? The mighty hills or the calm ocean? The boy is out on an endless journey to discover himself in this no man’s land. He wants to revisit the bygone years, the passion of love and the agony that have paved his way. An irresistible desire of the destruction of the self haunts him. A dream is his solitary company. He feels a strange sense of belonging to this dream much more than the reality! He closes his eyes and opens them! The boy frantically looks for himself in the dense mist and roaring waves! The weapons of his celebration of the end include telephone, sleeping pills, blue lights and the bustling crowd of the city. A life adrift finally finds a purpose. At times, many spend their lives in this darkness of solitude. The inmate truth of life lies in the discovery of the other end of the puzzle!
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Pratik Dey Chowdhury, who hails from a small town Canning in West Bengal fell in love with Photography in his teenage and persued a diploma in Photo journalism along with his Bachelor's degree in Bio Sciences. After finishing studies he started his career in Photography in Bangalore. He has initially worked in a pan India food Magazine "Food Lovers" as an associate photographer and videographer. Then he started working as a freelance photographer and Cinematographer in commercial assignments. He also did one group exhibition in 2014 and one solo exhibition in 2018. He also practices alternetive printing methods like Cyanotype, Van Dyke to exhibit his work. Along with his first independent Short Film "Chokh (I See)", he is currently working on a coffee documentary "C for Coffee" and a documentary on "Theyyam".