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A Missing, Possibly Trafficked Child Laborer in Siddharthi
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June 26, 2014 11:53 AM
A film by Indian Canadian director Richie Mehta tells a simple, wrenching story of an Indian parent's search for his missing son. Carolyn Weaver has more about the film Siddharth, which screened recently at New York's Human Rights Watch Film Festival.

A Missing, Possibly Trafficked Child Laborer in Siddharth

Published June 26, 2014

A film by Indian Canadian director Richie Mehta tells a simple, wrenching story of an Indian parent's search for his missing son. Carolyn Weaver has more about the film Siddharth, which screened recently at New York's Human Rights Watch Film Festival.


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