087: Views of RKM power plant
Cinematographer: Sunil Kumar
Duration: 00:18:14; Aspect Ratio: 1.778:1; Hue: 39.932; Saturation: 0.050; Lightness: 0.034; Volume: 0.192; Cuts per Minute: 6.636; Words per Minute: 7.897
Sunil: Which one the big dam? ...
Boy: Can you see it there?
Sunil: Okay, this one?
The model of reproduction, of a form of instrumentalization of the land at the scale of the "developmental" imaginary of infrastructure, as if in template repeating throughout India: our intermediary is a child, who, as in the previous shot, presents us with a "tour".
Boy: Its been there for some years. It belongs to the company.
S: Which class were you in when they started building this?
Sunil: So what class were you in when this (plant) started?
Sunil: You were in the fifth grade?
S: And now which grade are you in?
Boy: It's not been 2-3 years... It's been much longer.
S: But you're saying that it's been 5 years...
Boy: When I was in grade 5 it was already under construction. Not this bit, but the company was already here.
S: Do your family members work here too?
Boy: Yes. My brother is here, no?
S: In this factory?
S: What work does he do?
Sunil: what does he do?
Boy: He works.
Sunil: Ok. What work does he do?
Boy: Usual, Labour work.
S: Okay, labourer.