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In The Journey (Sancharram), beautiful young Kiran falls in love with her lifelong best friend, the effervescent Delilah. But in their idyllic Indian village, tradition still dictates that a girl marry a boy chosen by her family. With longing in her heart, Kiran refrains from expressing her love. However, one day her neighbor Rajan comes to Kiran and asks her to help him compose love letters to Delilah. Thinking this will serve as an outlet for her feelings Kiran agrees, and writes passionate, poetic love letters to Delilah in Rajan's name.
Ligy J. Pullappally (Director)
Gives a powerful rendering of love between two women in a patriarchal society.Published 21 days ago by Kay M Newling
I don't understand all the great reviews of this movie. It's slow and without a resolution. Not worth the money.Published 7 months ago by Lisa K.
Careful, there is a spoiler or 2 in the final paragraph. The recaps of this film that you see online are not often accurate. Read morePublished 13 months ago by BB
This film is absolutely a wonderful piece of art. The love story is uniquely elementary yet evolves as the young ladies grow into something consequential and of course detrimental... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Giselle Bella
The Journey is one of the most beautiful, dream like, films I have seen. I had no idea what the film was about, I just love Indian movies. Read morePublished on March 19, 2012 by a reader
This movies joins a nice collection of movies from Kerala which excells overall in direction, settings, character portrayal and acting. Sensitively done.Published on November 23, 2008 by Joby Joseph