|Directed by||Mostofa Sarwar Farooki|
|Written by||Mostofa Sarwar Farooki|
|Cinematography||Golam Maola Nabir|
|Edited by||Mostofa Sarwar Farooki & Khaled Mahmud Rajan|
|Music by||Hridoy Khan & Armanul Haque|
Everyday on the way back to his suburban home on the other side of the river, struggling young graduate Mithu keeps gazing at the dazzling city of Dhaka which is like a big pie. Everybody wants to have a stake in that pie. Mithu feels he is not properly equipped to win over his stake. So he starts to equip himself in an unusual and unethical fashion. He realizes when the world can not be changed according to his wish; it is easier to create a new customized world in his head! He embarks on a journey of faking, lying, and fantasizing. He feels the immense pleasure of creativity because 'truth is what one has while lies are what one creates'. It then turns out to be a dangerously 'creative' game of sex-lies-and videotape.
The film received mixed to positive reviews. The Daily Star wrote "with a small cast and a complex narrative, he delivers an ample plateful for the serious film connoisseur, but probably not for the average cinema-goer". It was included in the Muhr AsiaAfrica programme at the Dubai International Film Festival.
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