The documentary “Veil of Tears” introduces viewers to India in its beauty and complexity. The film’s special focus is on the women and their plight in a broad range of locales:
More than 50,000 female children are aborted every month in South Asia.
Females are often the last to eat and the most likely to be illiterate.
Girls are typically the first to work as child laborers and sometimes even sold to become one of 1.2 million child prostitutes.
Young girls throughout Asia are ravenously abducted and forced into a life of prostitution with every agonizing day one step closer to an early death from AIDS.
Widows in India bear the blame for their husbands’ deaths. They’re shunned by their communities, rejected by their families and forced into an inhumane lifestyle. Tens of thousands take their own lives just to end the pain.
Every year in India, more than 7,000 …