Sita Sings the Blues
Dir. Nina Paley. 2008, 82 mins. 35mm. Nina Paley was called a “one-woman Pixar” by Wired magazine for this dazzling multicultural reworking of the Indian epic Ramayana as a series of love stories depicted with a mix of traditional and collage animation, backed by a soundtrack from 1920s jazz singer Annette Hanshaw.
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