Find out what the fate has in store for a salesman who acquaints himself with burglary.
After the stupendous success of the screening of the collection of short films, 'Women In Cinema' and 'Shortcuts', the Shortcuts Film Club is presenting this month's theme called 'The Indian Connection'. This festival is being conducted to promote the films of India that do not fit into the Bollywood framework. This month they have chosen to screen four short films at the Prasad Labs Preview Theatre.
The Salesman is a story about two people, a burglar and a salesman, going about their mundane lives. Racheal Murray, who is a pretty yet dangerous burglar, and Imran Khan, who is a frustrated salesman. By a twist of fate the salesman in his desperate attempt to make a sale, ends up knocking at the door of the same house the burglar has chosen to visit. The story takes a sharp turn when she lets him in, as she has a razor sharp plan up her sleeve, literally. This movie was shot by the director in locations of Australia on a budget of 250 Australian dollars.
The Salesman has been directed by a Hyderabad based film-maker, Imran Khan. He has previously assisted Nagesh Kukunoor and Mani Shankar, who have taken the Hyderabadi cinema to the world.
Directed, Produced and Written: Imran Khan
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