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Writer-director Ligy J Pullappally's Sancharram is a gentle and lyrical portrait of lesbian love. Based on a true-life story, this Malayalam film is set in a small community in Kerala and is the story of two young women, Kiran, a Hindu, and Delilah, a Catholic. They become friends from the day they meet as children and are quickly inseparable. As the young girls grow, they realise their love for one another is deeper than mere friendship, and so begins a delicate love affair. But Kiran and Delilah live in a close-knit community that is conservative and old-fashioned. Once the girls' outraged families discover their true relationship, they attempt to force Delilah and Kiran apart. Pullappally's engaging story won the Best Film Award at the 2004 Chicago International Film Festival. Cinematography: M. J Radhakrishnan; music: Issac Thomas Kottukapally.