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61st National Film Awards: Raj Kumar wins best actor, Hansal Mehta wins best director for film 'Shahid'


61st National Film Awards: Raj Kumar wins best actor, Hansal Mehta wins best director  for film 'Shahid'



NEW DELHI: The 61st National Film Awards were announced on Wednesday. Bollywood actor Raj Kumar Rao won the Best Actor award for his performance of a Kashmiri lawyer in 'Shahid.'

Shahid's director Hansal Mehta has also won the best director award.

Bollywood film "Jolly LLB" was named the best Hindi film, while Madhuri Dixit-starrer "Gulaab Gang" was adjudged the best film on social issues for the 61st National Film Awards.

The "Ship Of Theseus" has won the Golden Lotus for best feature film.

"Bhaag Milkha Bhaag" won best popular film providing wholesome entertainment.

The best actor award is shared between Shahid star Raj Kumar Rao and Malayalam actor Suraj Venjaramudu. Geetanjali Thapa won best actress for "Liar's Dice".

Saurabh Shukla won best supporting actor for "Jolly LLB".

The best supporting actress award is shared between "Ship Of Theseus" actress Aida Elkashaf and Marathi star Amruta Subhash.

Bengali film Jaatishwar won best make up, best costume design, best music and best male playback singer.

The National Film Awards will be given on May 3.



FEATURE FILMS
S.No.Name of AwardName of FilmAwardeeMedal
& Cash Prize
Citation
1BEST FEATURE FILMShip of Theseus(English-Hindi)Producer:Recyclewala Films Pvt Ltd

Director : Anand Gandhi
Swarna Kamal and

Rs 2,50,000/- each to the Producer and Director
A quietly powerful film of an unusual photographer, an erudite Jain monk and a young stock broker told through different segments which finally unites them through a strange circumstance. In the process the film depicts issues of intuitive brilliance, metaphysical belief and intricate morality in a world full of contradictions.
2INDIRA GANDHI AWARD FOR BEST DEBUT FILM OF A DIRECTORFandry (Marathi)Producer: Navalkha Arts and Holy Basil Combine

Director : Nagraj Manjule
Swarna Kamal and

Rs 1,25, 000/- each to the Producer and Director
A stark and realistic portrayal of Dalits in India seen through the eyes of a young boy who is desperately trying to break age old shackles. It makes a strong statement that despite various reformers doing their best.... much remains to be done.
3BEST POPULAR FILM PROVIDING WHOLESOME ENTERTAINMENTBhaag Milkha Bhaag(Hindi)Producer: Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, ROMP Pictures

Director : Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra
Swarna Kamal and

Rs 2,00,000/- to
the Producer and Director
For retaining the story and values of a great sportsman and translating it into the cinematic medium with aplomb.
4NARGIS DUTT AWARD FOR BEST FEATURE FILM ON NATIONAL INTEGRATIONThalaimuraigal(Tamil)Producer:Company Productions

Director : Balu Mahendra
Rajat Kamal and

Rs 1,50,000/- each to the Producer and Director
A sensitive tale about the breaking of walls of orthodoxy and religious and linguistic bias in a small village in Tamil Nadu. Love and compassion of a small boy and his mother wins over not only their own blood but the whole rural community.
5BEST FILM ON SOCIAL ISSUESTuhya Dharma Koncha(Marathi)Producer: Indian Magic Eye Motion Pictures Pvt Ltd.

Director : Satish Manwar
Rajat Kamal and

Rs 1,50,000/- each to the Producer and Director
Tale of a poor tribal family being torn between prosecution by law enforcing agencies on one hand and issue of loss of their traditional faith and culture through religious conversions on the other.
6BEST FILM ON ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION/
PRESERVATION
Perariyathavar(Malayalam)Producer:Ambalakkara Global Films


Director : Dr Biju
Rajat Kamal and

Rs 1,50,000/- each to the Producer and Director
It tells the story of those nameless, faceless marginalized people through the life of a widowed father who works as a scavenger and his eight year old son. It depicts the real lives of the poor who live in the margin of civilized society with an unusual power and artistic honesty.
7BEST CHILDREN'S FILMKaphal (Hindi)Producer:Children's Film Society of India


Director : Batul Mukhtiar
Swarna Kamal and

Rs 1,50,000/- each to

the Producer and Director
A small village deep in Uttarakhand. A touching story set in beautiful mountains where two young boys pine for their father who has been away for quite a few years. They have dreams which they share with their close friends as they frolic around.
8BEST DIRECTIONShahid (Hindi)Hansal MehtaSwarna Kamal and

Rs 2,50,000/-
A remarkably handled film that traces the true story of a slain human right activist and a lawyer Shahid Azmi in the backdrop of communal violence unleashed in Mumbai. The story of an impoverished Muslim struggling to come to terms with injustice, inequality and rise above his circumstances. It is an inspiring testament to the human spirit.
9BEST ACTORShahid (Hindi)

&





Perariyathavar(Malayalam)
Raj Kumar

&





Suraj Venjaramoodu
Rajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-
(Cash component to be shared)
For portrayal of the intriguing journey of a Muslim young man who is persecuted. He rebels and ultimately comes back to fight the injustice as a committed law abiding lawyer. Raj Kumar brings to life the soul of Shahid.

For the dignified and quiet portrayal of a man on the lower margins of the society. His turmoil struggles and sufferings are soulfully brought out with subtle body language and eyes which transcend word
10BEST ACTRESSLiar's Dice(Hindi)Geetanjali ThapaRajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-
If ever an actress could merge completely into a role and look the character to perfection, it is Geetanjali Thapa. Her searching eyes and vulnerability are breath taking.
11BEST SUPPORTING ACTORJolly LLB(Hindi)Saurabh ShuklaRajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-
For a heart-warming and exuberant performance as a judge, who discovers his authority and conscience in the process of conducting a high profile case.
12BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESSAstu (Marathi)

&



Ship of Theseus(English-Hindi)
Amruta Subhash


&


Aida El-Kashef
Rajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-


(cash component will be shared)
Amruta touchingly portrays the emotions of a poor woman who brings to life compassion and warmth in dealing with human relationships..

For a sensitive portrayal of a blind photographer who entirely depends on her intuitive creative power and has a fiercely independent mind.
13BEST CHILD ARTISTFandry (Marathi)


&

Thanga Meengal(Tamil)
Somnath Avghade


&

Sadhana
Rajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-

(cash component will be shared)
Somnath Avghade plays the role of a Dalit teenager to perfection. His angst clearly boils over as the realities of life dawn upon him.

Sadhana has played the part of a dyslexic child with sensitivity and exuberance and yet with ease.
14BEST MALE PLAYBACK SINGERJaatishwar(Bengali)Rupankar
For the song E Tumi Kemon Tumi
Rajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-
A soulful voice with a rich resonance that enhances the theme of the film.
15BEST FEMALE PLAYBACK SINGERTuhya Dharma Koncha(Marathi)Bela Shende

For the song Khura Khura
Rajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-
The singer has evoked the requisite emotions of the theme of the film. She has displayed a rare variety in the rendering of this composition.
16BEST CINEMATOGRAPHYLiar's Dice(Hindi)Rajeev RaviRajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-
Rajeev Ravi captures life from the picturesque snow-laden mountains through a strenuous bus journey, to the crowded and dingy streets of Delhi with a rare fluidity.
17

i)


ii)




iii)
BEST SCREENPLAY
i) Screenplay Writer (Original) :


ii) Screenplay Writer (Adapted) :



iii) Dialogues :
December I(Kannada)



Prakruti(Kannada)




Astu (Marathi)
P. Sheshadri




Panchakshari




Sumitra Bhave
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 50,000/-



Rajat Kamal and
Rs 50,000/-



Rajat Kamal and
Rs 50,000/-
For its kaleidoscopic variety that uses realism and colloquialism that is soaked in a contemporary flavour.


For retaining the concerns and values of an original work by a celebrated author while adapting it into the cinematic idiom.


An extraordinary blend in language and conversations that cover philosophy day-to-day anxieties and emotions in a most compelling manner.
18

i)




ii)



iii)
BEST AUDIOGRAPHY

i) Location Sound Recordist



ii) Sound Design



iii) Re-recordist of the final mixed track


Madras Cafe(Hindi)



Madras Cafe(Hindi)


Swapaanam(Malayalam)


Nihar Ranjan Samal




Bishwadeep Chatterjee


D Yuvaraj


Rajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-


Rajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-

Rajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-


Superlative professional job, in picking up minute nuances, covering indoor as well as outdoor locations.


With his competent sound design Bishwadeep adds authenticity and another dimension to the film.

A commendable job of keeping a perfect balance between, dialogues, sound effects and resonant 'chenda' playing.
19BEST EDITINGVallinam (Tamil)V.J. Sabu JosephRajat Kamal and

` 50,000/-
An excellent pace set in this sport based film by the editor. The match sequences have been masterly cut.
20BEST PRODUCTION DESIGNMiss Lovely(Hindi)Ashim Ahluwalia, Tabsheer Zutshi, Parichit ParalkarRajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-
For a style and finesse realized by authentic recreating an era in a not too distant past and dressing up the location that is coherent with the visual style of the narrative.
21BEST COSTUME DESIGNERJaatishwar(Bengali)Sabarni DasRajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-
For realizing effectively the texture of colonial Bengal upto the modern period through a rigorous attention to details .
22BEST MAKE-UP ARTISTJaatishwar(Bengali)Vikram Gaikwad
(for the make-up of the actor Prasenjit)
Rajat Kamal and

Rs 50,000/-
For the admirable detailing and remarkable consistency achieved in the etching of the characters played by Prasenjit Chatterjee.
23

i)
ii)
BEST MUSIC DIRECTION
i) Songs
ii) Background Score
Jaatishwar(Bengali)

Na Bangaaru Talli (Telugu)
Kabir Suman


Shantanu Moitra
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 50,000/-

Rajat Kamal and
Rs 50,000/-
The music director has presented a rich variety of musical genres of Bengal with appropriate voices, instruments and orchestration.
The music composer has kept a balance of music programming and regional acoustic instruments like Saraswati Veena, Mridangam, Ghatam, Morsing and voices to underline the theme of the film.
24BEST LYRICSThanga Meengal (Tamil)Na. Muthukumarfor the lyric Ananda YaazhaiRajat Kamal and
Rs 50,000/-
For giving a poetic expression to the narrative through contextual amplification of emotions.
25SPECIAL JURY AWARDYellow (Marathi)

&

Miss Lovely(Hindi)
Producer: Viva In En

Director : Mahesh Limaye

Producer: Future East Film Pvt Ltd

Director : Ashim Ahluwalia
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 2,00,000/-
(Cash component to be shared)
An unbelievably inspiring film about a specially gifted girl who overcomes all the odds to make an international mark.

Set in the criminal depths of Mumbai's c-grade film industry, bathed in sleaze and sex, the plot explores intense and mutually destructive relationships. A densely layered narrative, period costumes and production design conveys a pulp style, all its own.
26BEST SPECIAL EFFECTSJal (Hindi)Intermezzo Studio
Alien Sense Films Pvt Ltd
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 50,000/-
For creative and organic use of special effects to enhance the theme of the film.
27BEST CHOREOGRAPHYBhaag Milkha Bhaag(Hindi)Ganesh Acharyafor
Maston ka Jhund
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 50,000/-
For effectively using young soldiers and just the props available within the barracks to create a rugged and exuberant dance.

BEST FEATURE FILM IN EACH OF THE LANGUAGE SPECIFIED IN THE SCHEDULE VIII OF THE CONSTITUTION
28BEST ASSAMESE FILMAjeyoProducer: Shiven Arts

Director : Jahnu Barua
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each
to the Producer and Director
The story of a boy who stands up against in pre-independent India and hopes for rule of law in independent India. But his hopes are all but shattered by happenings later on.
29BEST BENGALI FILMBakita ByaktigatoProducer: Tripod
Entertainment Pvt Ltd

Director : Pradipta Bhattacharya
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each to the Producer and Director
A delightful film about the need for love in our cynical times.
30BEST HINDI FILMJolly LLBProducer: Fox Star Studios


Director : Subhash Kapoor
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each to the Producer and Director
A fast-paced film of an ambitious lawyer wanting to make it big through short-cut method ends up opening a high profile case and what follows is a roller coaster ride of a man, his moralities, ambitions and relationships.
31BEST KANNADA FILMDecember 1Producer: Basant Productions

Director : P. Sheshadri
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each to the Producer and Director
A hard-hitting tale of a poor family in a village that gets enmeshed with the crooked ways of politicians.
32BEST KONKANI FILMBaga BeachProducer: Sharvani Productions

Director :Laxmikant Shetgaonkar
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each to the Producer and Director
Based on a true story, an honest and simple revelation of darkly-held secrets on the beaches of Goa.
33BEST MALAYALAM FILMNorth 24 KaadhamProducer: Surya Cine Arts

Director : Anil Radhakrishnan
Menon
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each to the Producer and Director
A train journey that transforms an eccentric character by taking him through trying situations and making him more compassionate.
34BEST MARATHI FILMAajcha Diwas MajhaProducer: White Swan Productions

Director :Chandrakant Kulkarni
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each to the Producer and Director
A parody on musical chair in politics and a critique of the hierarchical system in bureaucracy, the film takes an unusual turn when the political boss has a change of heart.
35BEST TAMIL FILMThanga MeengalProducer: JSK Film Corporation

Director : Ram
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each to the Producer and Director
An emotional tale of a man who separates from his wife and beloved eight year old daughter to look for a job in a distant city. The consequences that follow, finally lead to an emotional and heart-warming reunion.
36BEST TELUGU FILMNa Bangaaru TalliProducer: Sun Touch Productions

Director : Rajesh Touchriver
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each to the Producer and Director
The film is a searing indictment of the pervasive and ruthless world of the sex trade.


BEST FEATURE FILM IN EACH OF THE LANGUAGE SPECIFIED OTHER THAN SCHEDULE VIII OF THE CONSTITUTION
37BEST ENGLISH FILMThe Coffin MakerProducer: Shree Narayan Studio


Director : Veena Bakshi
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each to the Producer and Director
Tale of a coffin maker and his wife living in a small Goan village. The film gets very interesting, intriguing and philosophical as death as a character enters their lives.
38BEST KHASI FILMRIProducer: Kurbah Films

Director : Pradip Kurbah
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each to the Producer and Director
A complex tale of insurgency and reconciliation set in the turbulent North East state of Meghalaya.
39BEST SHERDUKPEN FILMThe Crossing BridgesProducer: TNT Films Production


Director : Sange Dorjee Thongdok
Rajat Kamal and
Rs 1,00,000/- each
to the Producer and Director
A well-crafted film that tells the tale of a young man who comes back from Mumbai to his remote village in Arunachal Pradesh to find his roots.
40SPECIAL MENTIONYellow (Marathi)Gauri Gadgil, Sanjana RaiCertificateTo pay our salutation to the indomitable spirit of a special child.
Na Bangaaru Talli (Telugu)Anjali PatilCertificateKudos to the courage of a girl, who brought out her real life story and told it to the world.



61st NATIONAL FILM AWARDS FOR THE YEAR 2013
NON-FEATURE FILMS

S.No.Name of AwardName of FilmAwardeeMedal & Cash PrizeCitation
1.BEST NON FEATURE FILMRangbhoomi
(Hindi)
Producer : Films Division



Director : Kamal Swaroop
SWARNA KAMAL
& Rs 1,50,000/-
each to the Producer & Director
For an innovative and artistic exploration of the themes and concerns of the celebrated pioneer of Indian cinema, during a relatively unknown phase of his life, which leaves the viewer moved and shaken.
2.BEST DEBUT FILM OF A DIRECTORKanyaka
(Malayalam)
Producer :Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute


Director :Christo Tomy
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs 75,000/- each to the Producer & Director
For its wholly convincing mise-en-scene set in a convent run by Malayali nuns, wherein the grief and guilt of the young protagonist is presented in a manner that leaves a lot to the imagination of the viewer.
3.BEST BIOGRAPHICAL/ HISTORICAL RECONSTRUCTIONThe Last Adieu
(English)
Producer :Films Division

Director :Shabnam Sukhdev
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs50,000/- each to the Producer & Director
For its insight into the work of an exceptionally passionate documentary filmmaker blended with a frank and moving account of his daughter's attempt to come to terms with his estrangement from the family.
4.BEST ARTS /CULTURAL FILMShared

a. The Lost Behrupiya(Hindi)




b. O Friend, This Waiting !
(English, Telugu)
Producer :Holybull Entertainment LLP

Director :Sriram Dalton




Producer :Justin McCarthy

Director :Sandhya Kumar & Justin McCarthy
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs50,000/- each to the Producer & Director




(cash component to be shared among the films)
a.
For a near surreal depiction of a dying art form in a globalised society. The film combines elements of drama and visual art with a lament for a rich cultural tradition.

b.

For its wholly unconventional investigation of the Devadasi tradition in South India, combining an appreciation of this delicate and sensuous art form with a genuine sociological exploration.
5.BEST SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FILMThe Pad Piper
(English)
Producer :Akanksha Sood Singh

Director :Akanksha Sood Singh
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs50,000/- each to the Producer & Director
For its portrayal of a sensitive man with a profound belief in appropriate technology who came up with a simple piece of engineering - an affordable sanitary napkin that has had an extraordinary impact on the health of millions of poor women.
6.BEST PROMOTIONAL FILMShared

a. Chasing The Rainbow
(English)

b. Kush
(Hindi)
ProducerEdumedia India

Director :Charu Shree Roy

Producer :Red Carpet Moving Pictures Pvt. Ltd.

Director :Shubhashish Bhutiani
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs50,000/- each to the Producer & Director

(cash component to be shared among the films)
a.
For scratching the moral surface of the Indian middle class and holding a mirror for all of us who are torn between self interests and ethical dilemmas.
b.

For sensitively revisiting a dark phase of Indian history when communal passions ran amuck. The film looks at the impact on young children and questions why we allow history to repeat itself.
7.BEST ENVIRONMENT FILM INCLUDING AGRICULTUREForesting Life
(Hindi, Assamese)
Producer : A Media For Social Impact


Director :Aarti Shrivastava
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs50,000/- each to the Producer & Director
For its earthy look at a man, the forest he created all by himself, and the heroic effort that is necessary to sustain that forest without any government help.
8.BEST FILM ON SOCIAL ISSUESGulabi Gang
(Hindi, Bundelkhandi)
Producer :Raintree Films, Piraya Film As, Final Cut for Real Aps

Director:Nishtha Jain
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs50,000/- each to the Producer & Director
For its powerful depiction of a crusader for the subaltern that takes us deeper into the continuing struggles of the rural Indian woman set in a milieu of chauvinistic scepticism.
9. bBEST EDUCATIONAL FILMThe Quantum Indians
(English)
Producer :Public Service Broadcasting Trust

Director: Raja Choudhury
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs 50,000/- each to the Producer & Director
For an extremely efficient and precise analysis of the contributions of three renowned scientists in a manner that not only educates today's generation but also provides insights into complex scientific phenomena in an accessible manner.
10.BEST INVESTIGATIVE FILMKatiyabaaz
(Hindi,Urdu,English)
Producer :Globalistan Films Pvt. Ltd.


Director:Deepti Kakkar
&
Fahad Mustafa
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs 50,000/- each to the Producer & Director
For its cutting edge investigation into the life of a typical Indian city, the film uses strong characters, juxtapositions and humour to create a visual arch that delineates the haves and have-nots of power
11.SPECIAL JURY AWARDShared

a. Ananthamurthy - Not A Biography...But A Hypothesis
(English)




b. Tamaash
(Kashmiri)


Director:Girish Kasaravalli






Director:Satyanshu Singh
&
Devanshu Singh
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs1,00,000/-
(cash component to be shared among films)
a.
For the clarity and the insight with which it looks at the work of Ananthamurthy, one of the finest Indian writers, whose work carries exceptional social significance.

b.
For presenting a heartwarming story of friendship in a lucid and engaging style and for using elements of the magical and the macabre to create a modern day fable of Kashmir.
12.BEST SHORT FICTION FILMMandrake !
Mandrake !
(Hindi)
Producer :Film and Television Institute of India



Director:Ruchir Arun
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs50,000/- each to the Producer & Director
For the deftly crafted story of a young man who transforms a rundown warehouse into an Aladdin's Cave through the fun and frolic of the moving image where magic, mystery and adventure become possible.
13.BEST FILM ON FAMILY VALUESHeyro Party
(Bengali)
Producer :Baishakhi Banerjee & Deepak Gawade


Director:Deepak Gawade
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs50,000/- each to the Producer & Director
For its poignant reflection of selfless dreams and aspirations, the film depicts the struggles and dilemmas of a poor family in a simple and compelling cinematic language.
14.BEST DIRECTIONChidiya Udh
(No Dialogue)
Director:Pranjal DuaSWARNA KAMAL
& Rs1,50,000/-
For his unique vision of urban angst told without dialogue. The de-emphasised narrative masterfully blends visual, sound, music and acting.
15.BEST CINEMATOGRAPHYMandrake !
Mandrake !
(Hindi)
Cameraman :Kavin Jagtiani

Lab : Reliance Media Works
RAJAT KAMAL
& Rs50,000/-each to cameraman and laboratory
For exhibiting a wide spectrum of hues, both colour and black and white, while picturising the action in a dark warehouse full of unlikely light sources as also for the simulation of a silent era film with amusing trick photography.
16.BEST AUDIOGRAPHYChidiya Udh
(No Dialogue)
Gautam NairRAJAT KAMAL
& Rs50,000/-
For a layered and resonant sound track with elements of ambiguity and discord contributing to an overwhelming sense of urban disconnect.
17.BEST EDITINGGulabi Gang
(Hindi, Bundelkhandi)
Arjun GourisariaRAJAT KAMAL
& Rs 50,000/-
For imparting the film with its structure and rhythm, tempo and drama, movement and exposition.
18.BEST MUSIC DIRECTIONYugadrashta
(Assamese)
Anurag SaikiaRAJAT KAMAL
& Rs 50,000/-
For its spectacular blending of folk elements with a rich and nuanced classicism that conveys an enthralling period feel.
19.BEST NARRATION/ VOICE OVERKankee O Saapo
(Odia)
Lipika Singh DaraiRAJAT KAMAL
& Rs 50,000/-
For its soulful and enigmatic interior dialogue between two generations that operates at an allegorical level, gently synthesising apparently unrelated visuals leaving the viewer with a strong sense of evocation.
20.SPECIAL MENTIONa. Accsex
(English, Hindi)








b. Candles In The Wind
(Punjabi, Hindi)






c. Dharmam
(Tamil)




d. At the Cross Roads : Nondon Bagchi Life and Living
(English, Bengali)
Director :Shweta Ghosh








Director :Kavita Bahl & Nandan Saxena







Director :Madonne M Ashwin




Director :Rajdeep Paul and
Sarmistha Maiti
CERTIFICATE
a.
For vigorously taking up the challenge of exploring sexuality in women perceived to be differently abled.

b.

For its chilling depiction of the ground realities in the bread basket of India. The tone and texture of the film contradict the prevalent narrative of it being the best place to live and work.

c.

For its searing critique of middle class hypocrisy and a corrupt society as seen through the eyes of an impressionable child.
d.
For an entertaining biography of a wonderfully engaging personality, with shades of a near chaotic life style, set in a period known for its path-breaking music.
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