Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of July is to watch the award-winning short film, Punte Ko Pangro (Punte’s Wheel).
“Punte ko Pangro” is a story about a child in the countryside of the Kathmandu valley. We follow Punte, a playful boy, who has a toy wheel of his own, but he will do anything to get a bigger one. In his pursuit, he discovers his aspiration and ultimately own potential. The wheel is used as a symbol of supremacy to portray human desire and our passionate struggle to reach higher position in society. The film is enacted by real people and showcases distinct visual narrative and original storytelling.
After you watch the film, email your thoughts and comments to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll review it on the last show of the month.
Click HERE to view it.