Indian Art House • 1h 11m
Rahul Jain • India • 2016 • At a factory, workers labor for 12 hour days in order to make a living.
Located on the northwest coast of India, Gujarat is a region known for textile production. Inside an enormous factory, set to the constant buzz and whirr of machines, workers labor for 12 hour days in order to eke out a meager living and send money to their families back home.
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