Khamosh Pani

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Khamosh Pani (Urdu: خاموش پانی‎, Hindi: खामोश पानी, English: Silent Waters) is a 2003 French/German production about a widowed mother and her young son set in a late 1970s village in Punjab, Pakistan which is coming under radical influence.

The movie was released in India too. It was shot in a village in Pakistan and won 7 awards, including Best Film, Best Actress and Best Direction at the 56th Locarno International Film Festival, Switzerland, August 18, 2003.