Bengali Sushila Sen and her son, Manek, relocate from India to London after Sushila's relationship with her husband fails. Sushila struggles with everyday living. A child piano prodigy, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The relationship between a demanding piano teacher and her student, an Indian prodigy.
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