- 59 min.
In India, there are still about 2,000 movie theaters on wheels. Mr. Battu's Bioscope Cinema is a brightly colored truck, an old Soviet projector, several meters of white sheets and kilometers of film. The employees of the “cinema” are Battu himself, his right hand Mama and the young man Amit or “sound advertising”, it is he who, through the loudspeaker, notifies potential viewers in distant villages and tiny towns about the luck that has come to them to see the movie. The trio travels along the sun-scorched roads of India, because such is the business and mission of Mr. Battu, he is convinced that cinema can transform a person.