Desperate for cash, a Filipino Fisherman dumps bodies into the ocean for the drug war’s faceless vigilantes. Tension rises when the killings’ hit close to home after he discovers his neighbor has been murdered for selling shabu (crystal meth).
Shem (Adil Hussain), an out of work, self-styled detective with a sharp sense of the streets escapes the lethargy of small town Shillong when he is asked to investigate the disappearance of an object worthy of great cultural value. Navigating narrow streets and dark alleys, he embarks on an emotional and mental journey reflective of his reality and that of Shillong. Shem navigates the city of Shillong in the far flung North East India- an area rife with acute race tensions and an even more diver
Chris gets inspired by Louis Malle’s 1969 documentary Calcutta and
aspires to recreate the modern version of the documentary himself. He
moves to Kolkata with his wife Anita, who is also a movie actress, to
work on his documentary. While the shoot progresses, Covid outbreak starts in India and his producer
withholds funds. As the lock-down starts, Chris is stuck inside the apartment in Kolkata with Anita. To overcome the pent up frustrations,
Chris decides to make a film about his own marriage.
Zahra is a middle-aged woman who visits a temporary marriage agency and signs up to have a young working girl. She picks her up to take her home but the girl (Negar) who has never had a female client before, becomes suspicious of Zahra’s intent and sexual orientation.