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|Running Time||115 mins|
|Languages||Indian (Dolby Digital 2.0)|
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In 1955, Satyajit Ray's beautiful first feature won the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival, launching the career of a cinema master, and India's greatest-ever director. Ray's contemplative treatment of a poor Brahman family in a Bengali village, made on a small budget and accompanied by the mesmerizing music of Ravi Shankar, is a triumph of mood and character and introduced the character of Apu, a young innocent boy whose life is explored throughout Ray's "Apu" trilogy, which also includes Aparajito and The World of Apu.