Bachelor Girls ★★★

Painfully accurate.
In a population dense city with frequent migration, illegal expansion, insane job competiton, backward patriarchal co-operative housing societies and glaring legal loopholes, this film asks how can a girl survive on her own?
And yet that's exactly what these women want. To be able to call some place home in Mumbai's concrete jungle.

So grateful that this film exists. Love the largely female crew, all the different 'kinds' of independent women interviewed (because there's no one type of modern independent woman). And love the fact that this film let's the horror speak for itself. In fact, the co-operative housing societies are also given a voice and the benefit of the doubt, making them wonderfully rounded people instead of plain old 2D bigots.
And the horror creeps up your spine in spite of that.