The second film, my personal favorite, invites viewers to explore the wonderful word of food making, eating, consuming on indian streets. This second short film has a particularly entrancing music accompanying its scenes.
Viewers watch the natives order food, prepare it and consume it. Unlike in Wenstern culture, the relationship people have with their food in India is much more intimate and "natural". No cutlery, no polite etiquette, no small mouthfuls; eating consists of a very simplistic arrangement between one's hands, food and mouth. Jessica Bunn- (Media Studies BA, Sus University)