Every eight minutes a child goes missing without a trace in India. Robert Bilheimer’s film, Not My Life, is a harrowing but redemptive film that travels into the heart of darkness and emerges with stories of horror and hope.
Calcutta’s calendar is dominated by two seasons – there is the Puja season and then there is the Christmas season. While the Pujas are quintessentially Bengali, Christmas is typically Anglo-Indian. And Christmas is an apt leitmotif in Robyn Andrews’ book on the Anglo-Indian community in Kolkata, as the city is now known.