The motherless girl Sangte lives at the bottom of a hill with her father in a lonely house. She herself drives the boat to go to a remote school. When she comes to know if someone drops a letter into the Postbox, it is received by the receiver. So, she writes a letter to God mentioning their extreme poverty and well-being of her mother and she drops it into the post box. The post-master opens the envelope and reads the letter seeing the receiver’s name ‘God’. The postmaster then writes a reply to this letter as well as sends some money with the letter so that her simple trust doesn’t break down. As a result, she continues her belief in God but mistrusts the postmaster himself.
Directed by Hemanta Sadeeq (Bangladesh)