Kanchanjangha | View Full Calendar
Presented by Pranav Shah, M.D. & Shahin Sakhi, M.D., Ph.D.
With CE Credit: $20.00
Starts at 7:30 pm
Kanchanjangha (1962) was the first film Satyajit Ray made that was based on his original screenplay, and was also his first film in color. It tells the story of an upper class Bengali family on vacation in the picturesque town of Darjeeling, with Mount Kanchenjungha looming large in the background. Through clever dialogue between the various members of the family, Ray depicts the entrapment of the contemporary Bengali woman under the constant domination of the powerful father.
· Evaluate the dynamics of familial relations in a patriarchal family in a culture-specific fashion to their patients
· Recognize the effects of social changes on individuals taking new roles and on families adjusting to these changes
Pranav Shah, M.D., is a psychiatrist and a psychoanalytic psychotherapist who is passionate about movies and their use in illustrating the fundamental principles of psychoanalysis. He has co-authored a psychoanalytic study of the films of the renowned Indian auteur,Satyajit Ray.
Shahin Sakhi, M.D., Ph.D. is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA, candidate in psychoanalytic training at NCP, and in private practice in West Los Angeles. He is a certified consultant from the AK Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems.
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