It is a story based on real incidents, where manhole cleaners fight against the authorities to ensure basic amenities for their job. It questions the morality of the society’s and raises the question on the consciousness of the society and urges us to think of how many wrongs does it takes to make a right decision.

This story revolves around Shivappa, a manhole scavenger and his family. A circle of incidents that engulfs their life, where Shivappa just wants to live another day. His wife tries to maintain their house. Their two young kids are also victims of this life, which lists the eldest son, Chenna Basava who documents and narrates the whole story.

We meet a host of characters: Paul Nagaraj, an activist. John, a labor contractor, a runaway stranger with a mysterious past and we meet ourselves through different forms of society. The film attempts to shed light on the reality of this heinous occupation and also tries to be a mirror to our own hypocrisy.

Amaraavati – B M Giriraj, India, 2017, 123’– Κυριακή 18/6/17 @ Amphitheatre Neapolis University, Pafos, 16:00μ.μ.