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A Place of Our Own

India 2022
produced by
Hassath, Sushil, Rinchin Rinchin Neeraj Churi for Ektara Collective, Lotus Visual Productions, reFrame
directed by Ektara Collective
starring Manisha Soni, Muskan, Aakash Jamra, Mahima Singh Thakur, Tanveer Ahmed, Paritosh Acharya, Kartik Abhas, Shivani Bajpai, Suman Dhurve, Shubham Lariya, Muskaan, Harshita Narnaware, Sudipta Bhattacharya Saxena, Adil Saifi, Ajay Patel, B Meera, Pallav Thudgar, Akanksha Tyagi, Akshat Warware, Abdul Haque, Jennifer Anthony, Vimal Dhakkad, Deepak Sahu, Abhishek Kamble, Saraswati Sahu, Zehra, Pooja Gupta, Yash Kumar, Arjun Prajapati
written by Rinchin Rinchin, Maheen Mirza, collaborating writers: Manisha Soni, Muskan

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Laila (Manisha Soni) and Roshni (Muskan) are transgender, but they just want to live ordinary lives in a society that's only slow to warm up to them identifying as women - so much so that they get evicted from their apartment after Laila has been sexually harrassed, and then have problems finding a new place to stay. And one of their possible landlords turns out to be a journalist (Paritosh Acharya) ultimately writing a demeaning piece about them in a news magazine that ultimately leads to Roshni being beaten up at her workplace. Meanwhile Laila's grandma is dying and wishes to see her - but not as a woman but as a man, which breaks her heart a little bit. But as Laila and Roshni push on, they also gather more and more friends sympathetic to their cause, starting with the rickshaw man of their choice (Akash Jamra) ...


A quite compelling film, especially since it's told in a very unexcited way, pretty much as a slice-of-life story, that way making all the on-screen goings-on all the more relatable. Likewise Manisha Soni and Muskan in the leads give very subtle performances and come across as perfectly natural here - to great effect, actually. And a fittingly subdued directorial effort only helps to make this a for all the right reasons pretty touching movie that's definitely worth a watch.


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