Greetings from Kashmir Director: Miguel Alexandre 2004. English subtitles. Colour. Dolby stereo. 88 min. Book cinema tickets Lisa is a vivacious young woman. At a night club she meets Sharif, a Pakistani engineer from Kashmir who has been living in Germany for six years. The two fall in love and Lisa is on cloud nine. Unbeknownst to her, Sharif’s brother Tajjab unexpectedly appears on the scene, reminding Sharif of an unbearable family event from their childhood. According to Tajjab, Sharif owes him his life and has a duty to fight for an independent Kashmir. Torn between his new life with Lisa and his duty to family and country, Sharif suddenly finds himself under incredible pressure. Lisa does not understand the reasons for the changes in Sharif’s behaviour. After being followed and questioned by the police, Lisa learns of the dangerous situation that Sharif is being pulled into and slowly realises that the only way she can save him is to betray him. . . . Director Miguel Alexandre’s TV movie is an astute political drama that’s won a couple of major prizes in Germany. Director: Miguel Alexandre 2004. English subtitles. Colour. Dolby stereo. 88 min.