Dweepa Kannada: ದ್ವೀಪ, error: }: text has italic markup help is a 2002 Indian Kannada language film by Girish Kasaravalli, based on the novel of the same name by Na D'Souza, and starring Soundarya and Avinash in lead roles Dweepa deals with the raging issue of building dams and the displacement of natives
- 1 Plot
- 2 The 'inner' theme
- 3 Cast
- 4 Awards and screenings
- 5 Soundtrack
- 6 External links
Located in the backwaters of a dam, Sita Parvata is an island slowly submerging due to the rains The government succeeds in evacuating the residents by giving them compensation for the properties they own The village temple priest Duggajja, his son Ganapa, and his daughter-in-law Nagi find it impossible to leave their homeland and make a living with the meagre compensation given by the government They have but a small hut, which earns them a compensation of ₹25,000 In Ganapa's own words, the compensation can give them food and shelter, but cannot compensate for the love and respect of their people On the island, they are important people, but outside, they would be one among hundreds of families struggling to make a living Centered on this complex theme, the film narrates the struggles of the family and how ultimately in the end they manage to continue life on the islandAvinash and Soundarya Soundarya as Nagi
The 'inner' theme
As in all of Girish Kasaravalli's films, Dweepa deals with an 'inner' theme: that of human minds that isolate themselves due to former beliefs and convictions Each character emerges as a representation of different viewpoints The protagonist Nagi Soundarya is portrayed as an optimistic character whose support is hope and only that The character finally emerges as a symbol of positive thinking and optimism Ganapa Avinash, on the contrary, is resigned to his fate and finally, when they narrowly escape submersion, he fails to see that his wife has achieved the impossible Duggajja MVVasudevaRao withdraws from the catastrophe rather than face it He is devastated to see his convictions and beliefs crumble before his eyes and, in the end, he clings to his beliefs in desperation Krishna Harish Raju portrays a typical dreamer, who can mesmerize the village folk with fairy tales about the world beyond the isolated island In short, he encapsulates the fantasy world we tend to dream about
- Soundarya as Nagi
- M V Vasudeva Rao
- Harish Raju
- Purushottama Talavata
- Siddaraj Kalyankar
- Radha Ramachandra
- Sringeri Ramanna
Awards and screenings
National Film Awards, India, 2002
- National Film Award for Best Feature Film
- National Film Award for Best Cinematography - H M Ramachandra Halkere
Karnataka State Film Awards 2001-02
- Best Film
- Best Direction - Girish Kasaravalli
- Best Actress in a lead role - Soundarya
- Best Cinematography - H M Ramachandra
Filmfare Awards for Kannada
- Best Film
- Best Direction
- Best Actress in a Lead Role - Soundarya
- Human Rights Watch International Film Festival, New York
- International Film Festival Of India
- Fukuoka Film Festival, Japan
- Durban International Film Festival
- International Film Festival of Rotterdam
- Cinema Vintage Programme, IsolaCinema, KinoOtok
Unlike earlier Kasaravalli films, Dweepa had music by Thomas Isaac Kottukapally used throughout
- Dweepa on IMDb
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