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CityVille
A city-building social-network game becomes a metaphor for life for one Indian couple.
Last Modified: 16 May 2012 14:20

Filmmakers: Issac Carne and Georgie Mattingley

A quirky story about a middle-aged Indian couple's obsession with a city-building social-networking game, CityVille. Vipin and Pushpa have managed to take a lot from CityVille. For them, it has become a metaphor for life. It is about balance and building a positive space, which facilitates a healthy lifestyle.

 

 

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