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Hindi (English subtitles)
This thoughtful Indian drama deals with the issue of mental illness, doing so in a way that will make the subject easy to relate to for an older audience. The story concerns a pair of sisters, the older a successful physics professor named Anjali, and the younger called Meethi, who suffers from schizophrenia. Throughout their lives Anjali has taken care of Meethi, but even when she all but gives up her own personal life to look after her sister, she is unable to stop her retreating into the elaborate fantasy of 15 Park Avenue, the handsome address she shares with her imaginary husband and children.
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