Winner of the 1984 National Film Award for Best Feature: a bonded laborer who is forced to steal for his landlord, to whom he is bonded until death. Set in rural Bihar of 1984, the film focuses on the caste politics and the oppression of the lower castes in the region, through bonded labor. The film also highlights the issue of heavy migration of the poor villagers of Bihar to richer states like Punjab in search of livelihood.
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Have you watched Bonded until Death yet? What did you think about it?