One Little Finger, A Step Towards Integrating Persons With Disabilities Into Mainstream Cinema
Raina, an American neurologist, uproots her life to research music therapy in India and finds herself teaching children and adults with disabilities. This is the story of One Little Finger, a narrative feature film. But what sets it apart are the theme 'ability in disability' and the fact that the film cast over 80 children and adults with disabilities. Based on real-life stories of persons with disabilities, One Little Finger is written and directed by Rupam Sarmah and gives out the clear message of inclusion of one and all in society. As part of our special series 'Able 2.0', we spoke to Dr Rupam Sarmah Film Director, Record Producer, Composer, Computer Engineer and the Founder of One Little Finger Global Foundation.