Indian director Aneek Chaudhri (“The Wife’s Letter”, “White“) has completed production on his most recent production “Cactus”. Shot in black and white, the film contains two extended takes that represent different eras (B.C and A.D.). The film was inspired by Michalango’s iconic sculpture “Pieta”.

“Cactus” will be making it’s international debut this year. A trailer for the film has been released by Mon Avis Entertainment and can be viewed below.

Synopsis

Cactus is a film by Aneek Chaudhuri, whose last films The Wife’s Letter and White were screened and nominated worldwide. An award-winning filmmaker, Aneek comments on the life of Jesus Christ, Mother Mary and the artform of Pieta by Michelangelo. (Mon Avis)

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