Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Three men named David from different eras and different regions of the world find their destinies altered by forces beyond their control in this vibrant drama from Shaitan director Bejoy Nambiar. The first tale unfolds in London. The year is 1975, and 30-year-old David is the right-hand man to the biggest mobster in the city. His boss has a powerful grip on the local Asian community, and David is being groomed to become his successor when fate throws him a curveball he never could have seen coming. The second story, centered on a 19-year-old musician named David, takes place in Mumbai in the year 1999. A feckless teen from a family of Christians, he's totally devoted to his band until his family are caught in the middle of a political conflict. Flash forward to the year 2010 and the Indian state of Goa, where 40-year-old fisherman David ekes out a modest living from the sea. Hopelessly smitten with a beautiful deaf-mute woman named Roma, he struggles to reconcile his feelings for her with the knowledge that she is his best friend's fiancée.
Asian [nationality], Britain, deaf-mute, fiancee, fisherman, gangster, henchman, India (subcontinent), musician, political-unrest