15 Park Avenue

Synopsis: An exploration of the impact of schizophrenia on a young woman and her family in today's Calcutta. The narrative pivots around the relationship of two sisters, older sister Anjali is a ...
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Aparna Sen
Production: BIGFlix
116 min

Here's Modern High School.

Which way now?

Which way?

I told you opposite

Modern High School.

This is Modern High School, Meethi.

Which way do you want

to go from here?

To Park Avenue. You know

my address, sister.

No, I don't. You direct me.

I said you direct me. I'm

tired of this, Meethi.

I'll direct you?

It's very easy. We have to...

we have to take a left and.. .

It's a white house, with a

big black rot iron gate.

And... and it has a name

plate over there...

.. .with this name, Joy Deep Roy.

And lots of brogan villa.

And it's number 15.

15 Park Avenue.

Meethi, that road sign says

Balliganch Park road.

This is not Park avenue.

The new name is Park avenue.

They announce it on the T.V.

Hello, Sanjeev. I'll call

you back in a bit.

What? I'm driving.

I'm taking Meethi somewhere.

What... excuse me.

Listen, you're breaking

up, I can't hear you.

Excuse me. - What are you

getting so upset about.

I said I'll call you.

What's the matter?

This is Park avenue, isn't

it? Where is number 15?

This is not Park avenue, ma'am.

You mean Palm avenue?

No, no, no. Not Palm avenue.

I know Palm avenue.

My uncle used to live there.

Let's just go home.

- It's okay, it's okay.

I have a class at 11:OO. I can't

keep my students waiting.

Can we stop for just 5 minutes

and look? Please.

Not now, sweetie.

Mahesh and Padma are coming.. .

.. .home for tea this evening.

Remember? With a baby.

Don't you want to go home

and rest before that?

But my children also want to

see the new baby, sister.

Let's just wake them up.

Oh God, I can't take this any more.

Meethi, what can I do if

you can't find the place?

It's your house, not mine.

I'm turning back.


'And secondly, there is

no doubt in my mind#

Meethi! Meethi! Meethi!

Have you deaf?

Your brother and sister have

come along with the baby.

Come on, get up.

- Baby! Where?

In the drawing room. Come.

First have your medicine.

Am I right, Meethi?

- What are you saying, sister?

Charu... Charu, be careful.

Be careful.


What happened?

Charu... you didn't lock

the door. Again.

How many times I've told

you to lock the door.. .

.. .and keep the keys in your hand.

No, no. You go away from here.

Again you left your bed and got up.

No, no. My baby is crying!

- Meethi!

No, no!

- Come in!

Where are you going?

How many times I've

told you to call me.

Enough, Charu. Take her inside.

Oh my God! What have you done!

Move! That's why I say not to

drink so much water at night.

But she doesn't listen.

Now I'll have to wash the

clothes at midnight.

I'll have to clean the room.

Otherwise the whole

house will be dirty.

Enough, Charu! She didn't

do it purposely!

She has to take so many pills.

Its okay, baby.

Go, dear.

- Come.

Charu... Charu...

- What?

The veil.

Say! Say! Say!

No! No!

- No, Meethi!

Mummy! Mummy!

Say! Will you go or not!

Will you go!

Don't worry, aunty.

She will get well.

Did you hear, ma'am.

She will be fine.

You did so much for her.

So many doctors, so many medicines.. .

.. .did something happen?

Now listen to me.

I told you about the

girl in my village.

Her plight was worst than Meethi.


Now look at her, she is married

has children.. .

.. .and she is leading a normal life.

Everything will be fine.

Raju, what are you doing here?

My puppy vanished somewhere.

Tiger! Tiger! Tiger! Tiger!

Look at this, sister. Meethi

has washed all the dishes.

Now Kaushalya will lose her job.

She wasn't feeling well today.

- What happened?

You beat Meethi again?


Don't listen to her.

Ma'am, shall I switch on the geyser?

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Aparna Sen

Aparna Sen (née Dasgupta, Ôporna Shen; born 25 October 1945) is an Indian filmmaker, screenwriter and actress who is known for her work in Bengali cinema. A leading actress of the late 1960s and 1970s she has received eight BFJA Awards, five for best actress, two for best supporting actress and one for lifetime achievement. She is the winner of nine National Film Awards and nine international film festival awards for her direction in films. She was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award, by the government of India in 1987. Sen made her debut in Teen Kanya (1961) and received her success with Aparichito (1969). She went on to establish herself as a leading actress of Bengali Cinema with the films Aranyer Din Ratri (1970), Ekhane Pinjar (1971), Ekhoni (1971), Jay Jayanti (1971), Memshaheb (1972), Jiban Saikate (1972), Basanta Bilap (1973), Sonar Khancha (1973), Sujata (1974), Alor Thikana (1974), Kajallata (1975), Raag Anuraag (1975), Jana Aranya (1976), Ajasra Dhanyobad (1977), Proxy (1977 film)|Proxy (1977), Mohonar Dike (1984), Ekanto Apon (1987), Swet Patharer Thala (1992). She also garnered critical acclaim for her work in Indira (1984 film)|Indira (1984), Kari Diye Kinlam (1989), Ek Din Achanak (1999), Mahaprithibi (1991), Unishe April (1995), Paromitar Ek Din (2000), Titli (2001), Antaheen (2009), Chatushkon (2014). In addition to acting in films, Sen has also been directing films since 1981, starting with 36 Chowringhee Lane for which she won National Film Award (India) for Best Director. She went on to achieve further success in direction with films Paroma, Sati, Yugant, Paromitar Ek Din, Mr. and Mrs. Iyer, 15 Park Avenue, The Japanese Wife, Iti Mrinalini, Goynar Baksho. She won her second National Film Award as a director for Mr. and Mrs. Iyer. more…

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