Bawa Karma: A continuation of "Bawa Duka"; via Peduru's family, the narrative exposes the social stasis/class discrimination encouraged by the local Sinhalese Buddhist clergy, while the arrival of the Christian missionaries signal a more progressive mindset, though at the cost of conversion to a monotheistic faith. Tyranny is not only practiced by the British colonials, but equally facilitated by local traditional institutions--thus, the resultant suffering (Duka) of Peduru is a combination of the two.
Year Released: 1998
Actors: Jackson Anthony, Ravindra Randeniya, Hemasiri Liyanage, Swarna Mallawarachchi
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