A Path Towards Equality; The Dalit People of India

A Short documentary that focuses on the daily lives and struggles of the people who are Dalit-a general classification for the "untouchables," those who are oppressed within India's traditional caste system.

Running Time
20 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Short, Documentary
Jamie O'Neil, Barbara Irwin, Michael Compton
India, USA
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about short «A Path Towards Equality; The Dalit People of India» (15)

Diane D. avatar
Diane D.

This is one of my favorite movies ever! Best plot - it brings a whole new level of greatness

Kenneth Hayes avatar
Kenneth Hayes

Arguably this should not be a difficult film to review. It is nothing less than brilliant. The story, the direction, the musical score, the casting, the acting, the dialog. Brilliant!!! Just brilliant!

Douglas avatar

How movies are supposed to end!!

Karen N. avatar
Karen N.

It's smart, intense, well acted and superbly done. AMAZING FILM!

Johnny Allen avatar
Johnny Allen

This is the cutest movie!! Literally the cutest.

Amber avatar

Michael Compton did great job! This film is a visual spectacle with beautiful wide shots and a great storyline!

Kenneth avatar

When I first saw this movie, I had this rare feeling like entering another world with my whole body and mind from beginning till the end.

Margaret Schultz avatar
Margaret Schultz

It`s a wonderful movie. In my opinion it`s a best movie what I see!

Sarah avatar

I want to point out that the movie might have been long but I enjoyed every second of the movie and it was not a drag at all. There is no other way that would have made a perfect movie like this better.

Jean avatar

I loved this movie, it has good action, has a story and a meaning.

Sharon Harvey avatar
Sharon Harvey

I enjoyed it. A sweet story.

Debra Valdez avatar
Debra Valdez

When you are using real actors and not "reheated" stars alongside silly semi-amateurs, plus a script that does not self plagiarize, any movie can only be good and very good!