I know now that there is God... He is not in the Holy Spirit we pray to... He isn’t written about in religious texts... He is someone who is a part of our lives... Whom we live for... Because of whom we live...
Michelle McNally is ‘special’ in more ways than one. She cannot see... nor hear... nor speak... She inhabits a world of infinite black.., of a seamless, endless void where nothing reaches her and she reaches nothing. Her world is frightening in its complete remoteness. On the sheer will of her ferocious rage against destiny, Michelle struggles to stay afloat in the impenetrable whirlpool her life has become.
Into this devastating isolation enters a battle weary teacher, Debraj Sahai, life’s wounded but arrogantly insolent warrior. With a single-minded obsession, Debraj takes up a challenge that is next to impossible - to lead this wild, uncontrollable child into the light of knowledge.
Thus begins a journey of two headstrong individuals. They will overcome what they seek is that moment of miracle - when the ray of knowledge will penetrate through the dense black of Michelle’s life... Black is the cathartic tale of a deaf, mute and blind girl who saw what people with sight fail to see - a vision of her God. Michelle McNally saw what other lesser mortals could not She saw her God... heard Him... and walked with Him... into the light...
Colours of Black (Exclusive conversations with Amitabh Bachchan, Rani Mukharjee & Sanjay Leela Bhansali)
The Making of Black
Anamorphic Widescreen Presentation
5.1 Dolby Digital Sound
Optional Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Hindi