In rural India, children and teenagers still run out of their classrooms to look at planes flying above. For the children of Kasaragode district in Kerala, India it was even more exciting - a helicopter flew through their skies every year spraying a white mist over the cashew plantations. This started 30 years ago. The white mist is Endosulfan. A deadly pesticide.
Directed by Rajani Mani & Nina Subramani 'In God's Own Country' tells the story of a community that refuses to leave its ancestral home but instead stays to fight for it's basic right to pure air and water.