REVIEWS

The least compromised by sentimentality, it packs an unsettling message of empowerment very rare in the social injustice genre.

The Hollywood Reporter

“Widow of Silence” is a movie with a cool head and a sharp eye — one that sees greater hope in the flamboyantly jeweled tones of a carmine head scarf than in the entrenched absurdities of a broken bureaucracy.

The New York Times

The final four minutes turn what was already a fine picture into an unforgettable one, affirming Morchhale’s status as one of the most exciting figures of the Indian new wave.

RogerEbert.com