|Directed by||Aung Rakhine|
|Produced by||Rubaiyat Hossain|
|Screenplay by||Aung Rakhine|
|Edited by||Shamsul Arefin|
My Bicycle is the debut film of independent filmmaker Aung Rakhine. It is the first indigenous community's language film in Bangladesh. Set in a typical peri-urban tribal village focusing on the struggle of a family to sustain it's livelihood through a new trade carrying passengers in a bicycle, "My Bicycle" is a subtle representation of Bangladesh's most marginalized ethnic population.
Plot[edit | edit source]
When Kamal returns to his hillside village remote from the city with bicycle, his son is happy to have his father back, but his empty hands make his wifw anxious. However, Kamal decides to not return to the city even though jobs are scarce in the village. He then invent himself a trade. He offers to carry villagers from place to place on his bicycle.
Festival[edit | edit source]
Award[edit | edit source]
Best Screenplay Award at Silver Akbuzat Ethnic Cinema Festival
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