India. 2019. 5 min
STEAM portrays the harsh reality of the subtle normalisation of patriarchy in the life of many women living in India. It puts us as an audience in the life of a middle-class housewife living in one of the endless small spaces of Mumbai. In a series of just seven frames, it not only captures the very mundane routine of the woman but also hints at a larger social issue that is persistent underneath.
Harsh Hudda, born in a small town in Gujarat, is currently studying Film Direction at Whistling Woods International. He has previously studied design in Bengaluru, which has contributed significantly to his aesthetics as a filmmaker.
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