Invitation
Letter to IAAC
members
DVD release of Dev Benegal’s
Road, Movie
February 22, 2011

Vishnu (Indian superstar Abhay Deol), a restless young man, itches to escape the fate of his father’s faltering hair oil business. When the offer to drive an antique truck to the museum it is being sold to falls into his lap, Vishnu sees the trip from the desert to the sea as his ticket to freedom. As he travels across the harsh terrain, Vishnu reluctantly picks up a young runaway (Mohammed Faizal), a wandering old entertainer (Satish Kaushik) and a striking gypsy woman (Tannishtha Chatterjee, Brick Lane). When confronted with looming danger from corrupt cops and a notorious waterlord, the unlikely trio discovers the key to their freedom—the old Chevy that they have been traveling in houses not only an eccentric collection of films, but two forty-year-old film projectors to screen them.

ROAD, MOVIE is a journey of discovery that LA Weekly says “unblinkingly slides from comedy to action to musical to social drama and back again.” Each time the touring cinema stops and screens a film, both the travelers and the audiences are transformed.

BONUS MATERIAL INCLUDES:
My Tribeca Story • An Interview with the ROAD, MOVIE Team
AVAILABLE WHEREVER DVDS ARE SOLD ON FEBRUARY 22, 2011
OR PRE-ORDER NOW AT WWW.NEWVIDEO.COM
New Video would like to offer a special discount of 10% off the DVD

Please visit www.newvideo.com and enter
the promotional code at checkout: ROAD11

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