Feature documentary by Elizabeth Rumi D. Costa
Produced by Lalita Krishna
Cox's Bazar is considered to be one of the longest beaches in the world. It is also home to the world's poorest slums where the traditional practice of child marriage and child labour is rampant. Rashed Alam starts a surf club hoping to give the girls a respite from their hard lives. The girls excel and show prowess in the sport and win several competitions. In this exhilarating documentary, Bangladeshi filmmaker Elizabeth D Costa follows three girls who have the potential to become the first international woman surfing champion from Bangladesh, thereby rewriting their destiny.