SIKH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2012: SHORT FILMS
Directed by: Mark Hammett
Peter volunteered to fight alongside the Gurkhas and Sikhs in Burma during World War II and can still remember the blood and guts it took to survive, although these days he finds it hard to stand up without help. When he's confronted with the ignorance of youth, he finds it hard not to show his resentful side, especially when the youth in question happens to be Raj, a British born Indian man who really should know better. The two enter into a history lesson of sorts which soon shows both men that they had more in common than they first thought. Another no budget short from London based collective L7 Productions.