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)

Vincent Stanley avatar
Vincent Stanley

This movie was absolutely stunning, and I loved every minute of it

Teresa Welch avatar
Teresa Welch

Very good movie we enjoyed!

Rachel Brewer avatar
Rachel Brewer

excellent movie. must watch!

Rose George avatar
Rose George

Purchased this for my grandson, as we had so many raving endorsements. This is film earned every one. It's unnecessary to extol every deserving aspect, as you can see by others' review; but suffice to say, we ALL enjoy the movie at least once daily!

Theresa Hayes avatar
Theresa Hayes

Such a great film. Well worth the watch.

Cheryl avatar

Best one for many many many years !!!! TRUE DIAMOND !!!

Marie V. avatar
Marie V.

If you've got Shubhangi Swarup original masterpiece you'll easily be having butterflies in your stomach and zillions of thoughts going through your head. Thanks for this movie Shubhangi Swarup.

Tyler avatar

I was not expecting to like it at all and was thoroughly surprised that I enjoyed it so much.

Gloria avatar

Great writing, great pacing, great story telling, and a perfect ending