Monster, a Feature Film by Inderveer Sodhi

By:
Jagreet Dhadli (@5xfest x @himmatco)

Local filmmaker, Inderveer Sodhi, uses the form of film to explore issues pertaining to youth violence – and more specifically, gang violence – prevalent in Surrey. The film follows a coming-of-age young man Harman’s turbulent life after losing his best friend. Deep, insightful, thought-provoking and cinematographically brilliant, Monster is a film that brings light to the complex, multi-faceted and controversial problem of youth violence in Surrey. 

Check out the trailer:


Watch the film on Prime Video here

Or on 4K Print of Film on YouTube

In addition to the film and trailer above, the channel also has individual 1-2 min scenes from the film to peak your interest and build up some hype.

Watched the film and craving some more?

Watch cast & crew Interviews on Sodhi Films Inc’s official YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkkM3MkxgSo

And listen to the Film Soundtrack (also available everywhere): https://music.apple.com/ca/album/monster/id1467855734


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