When Borders Move

When Borders Move

Hunderman, a village at the Indian border, has witnessed four wars. From 1949 to 1971, it belonged to Pakistan. During the 1965 war, it was disputed land for around three months. In 1971, the Indian Army captured Hunderman. Overnight, the people in the village became Indian and the ones left behind in Pakistan, refugees. Ghulam Hussein's fate was among those caught in the fluid nationalities and shifting borders. Through all his years in exile, he longed for home. His family, in turn, memorialized him by transforming his home into a Museum of Memories.

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Short, Documentary
Shubhangi Swarup
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about short «When Borders Move» (18)

Doris B. avatar
Doris B.

The greatest Documentary film I have ever seen. A Masterpiece of film-making.

Angela avatar

THE best movie to date. Fun and interesting, accompanied by an amazing music and picture quality.

Albert avatar

A little long but great story and visuals

Wayne avatar

Loved this movie! Such a great movie with a surprise ending. I cried during the action film which was surprising.

Terry avatar

This was a very entertaining Documentary movie. Definitely would recommend!

Amanda avatar

Great movie. Both and my husband enjoyed it.

Maria avatar

My life is forever changed due to this movie.

Beverly avatar

I loved watching this movie. Very good movie and it was kind of sad at the end. A MUST watch movie.

Brittany Valdez avatar
Brittany Valdez

loved most of it predicable but loved it

Rose Day avatar
Rose Day

Very good movie we enjoyed!

Mary H. avatar
Mary H.

This was just what I needed to finish out the day. Funny, scary, and somehow a feel-good movie. Take the time to watch this, especially if you have had a bad day.

Andrew avatar

Well done and very surprising! Highly recommend it!