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Hellaro is an Indian drama following a group of women living in a remote desert village in which women are forbidden to dance. When the women save a man dying in the desert, he begins to play music for them so that they can dance in secret. The film is in Gujarat with English subtitles.
The film contains themes of vigilante justice and superstition in the form of a mob of villagers, in a village in which it is forbidden for women to dance, seeking to punish a man who allows his wife and child to dance around the village’s holy fire.
The film contains violence in the form of depictions of men throwing lit torches onto the straw roof of a house that a family is sleeping in, causing the house and those inside to be engulfed by flames.
The film contains verbal sexual references in which a group of men use the analogy of firing a gun to refer to sexual intercourse and proceed to make jokes about “firing rounds” and “firing into thin air”.
The film contains verbal references to smoking opium.
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