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26 April, 2006
The mirror has two faces

The mirror has two faces In The Flesh, a 52-minute documentary film directed by Bishakha Datta, strives to go beyond stereotypes. The film provides an insight into the lives of three adults who are professionally known as sex workers (Mid-day)


26 August, 2002
Faceless Survivors

Faceless Survivors Bishakha Datta, who directed "In the Flesh", says, "This is not a film on prostitution but on three different persons involved in it and their points of view." Precisely for that reason, the film was a brilliant effort. By portraying and sharing a particular reality, it showed the ordinariness of a group of people, who in the minds of society, are extraordinary, or somehow alien, different. (The Hindu)


28 April, 2002
Gleaning lessons on life from the flesh trade

Gleaning lessons on life from the flesh trade 'They've suffered physically and psychologically in their struggle to negotiate some power for themselves in their ruthless and violent world. Yet, that has not crushed their spirit. They have a strong sense of self' says Ms. Jhaveri (Sunday Times of India)


24 April, 2002
In Flesh and Blood

In Flesh and Blood 'When you are just seen as a prostitute not a person, a citizen, you lose your voice and we wanted that voice to find a listener,' say Bishakha Datta and Priya Jhaveri of Point of View (Asian Age)




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