India's Daughter (2015)

Hindi 0 hrs 58 mins Social, Documentary
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Total Reviews: 7
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Review Summary: India's Daughter asks unconfortable questions and looks uncompromisingly at the social issue of rape

Average Critic Rating: (3.50)
Cast: Leslee Udwin
Director: Leslee Udwin
Release Date: 04 Mar 2015

Plot: india's Daughter is a documentary film directed by Leslee Udwin and is part of the BBC's ongoing Storyville series.[3] The film is based on the 2012 Delhi gang rape and murder of Jyoti Singh, a 23-year-old woman who was a physiotherapy student.[4][5] The film was planned to be broadcast on Read more

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India's Daughter - All Reviews

The documentary is not sympathetic to the rapists – it makes the case against them stronger
Rajyasree Sen, News Laundry
Apart from the rapist's POV, nothing we weren't aware of
Ananya Bhattacharya, India Today
This documentary, which focuses on the assault of Jyoti Singh on a bus in Delhi in 2012, may not contain much that will surprise Indians, but its determination to shed light on the country’s rape crisis should inspire change
Sonia Faleiro, The Guardian
Leslee Udwin's documentary is an overpowering indictment of female repression in India
Jasper Rees, Telegraph
The invisible towering presence of a woman who worked long hours in a call centre, learnt to speak "good English", who wanted to be a doctor, is the film's unseen heroine.
Sagarika Ghose, Times of India
Delhi bus rape documentary is about women's rights around the world - not just in India
NEELA DEBNATH, The Independent
India's Daughter quietly listens in to what a rapist, murderer has to say. It doesn't rage, it doesn't even blink while doing so. And that just feels wrong.
Piyasree Dasgupta, First Post