And Miles to Go... (1965)
Director: S. Sukhdev; Producer: S. Sukhdev; Cinematographer: K. Vaikunth, K. Ghanekar
Duration: 00:14:04; Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1; Hue: 136.343; Saturation: 0.001; Lightness: 0.472; Volume: 0.181; Cuts per Minute: 14.916
Summary: Sukhdev’s first major propaganda film ‘dedicated to all the forces of rationalist thought that are opposed to the path of violence’. After a parallel montage of stereotypical rich/poor oppositions, the camera cuts to the face of the film-maker looking angry. After some shots of street violence in negative images, a voice declaims ‘The people speak with the voice of history’. After some fast cuts of a police blockade and sounds of gunfire comes the film’s message calling for rational thought: the real enemy is greed and corruption, not the State.