The film was shown uncensored in other Canadian provinces. they have to work all week even on weekends and whenever one of them comes home the other should get ready to leave home.
The director Yadu Vijayakrishnan told PTI that the documentary mainly features interviews of victims of the Emergency along with the re-enactment of scenes of the alleged tortures methods recreated with actors Vijayakrishnan said the CBFC asked for proof of the torture methods used by the police during the Emergency.
With the introduction of the new law MISA(Maintenance of Internal Security Act), anyone could be arrested without fair trial or evidences.
Making use of the political atmosphere and direct orders from the government, the police department exercised their aggression at free will.
Though there are testimonies of surviving victims and case reports, the Board wanted written government proof of the torture methods of that time.
And of course the government is hardy likely to allow public access to records proving its own recourse to torture.