When word of a Delhi court's ban on the film "India's Daughter" reached Leslee Udwin last week, the filmmaker was faced with a dilemma. Udwin was in the country working on some final edits, and she was forced to decide between continuing that work and risking interrogation and arrest.
"I called seven lawyers, and every one of them said I should flee India," Udwin said in an interview. "Six of them said I should get on the next plane, and a seventh said I should get in a car right then and drive across the border to Nepal. I was going to leave, and then I thought, 'the whole point...
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