A delightful, if heartrending stop motion short (eight years in the making) by Suresh Eriyat about mistakes and forgiveness wherein a young girl attempts to redeem the accidental breakage of a family heirloom by selling baskets on the streets of Mumbai.
Making of… featurette here.
A short film by The Perennial Plate featuring the dabbawallas of Mumbai – who deliver home-cooked lunches to office workers in a low tech but remarkably effective way.
Each day in Mumbai 4000 men in white outfits and matching hats transport 175,000 lunches across the big city. They retrieve the tiffens (lunch containers) of food from mothers and wives, and bring them (by foot, train, bicycle and even carried on top of their heads) to the office buildings of waiting husbands and sons. The Dabbawallas have been doing this since the late 1800s.Despite the unsophisticated mode of transport, the lunches always arrive on time (the error rate is 1 in every 16 million transactions).
Admittedly more comfortable than travelling on the inside but still.
Kids, we take it you know what not to try at home.