Indelible Lalita by Julie Mallozzi (2012, 75 min.). Indelible Lalita is a poetic documentary about an Indian woman who completely loses her skin pigment as she migrates from Bombay to Paris to Montréal. Now 60 and appearing White, Lalita copes with her changing identity as she battles ovarian cancer, breast cancer, and heart failure. Grounded in her strong marriage and Hindu faith, she refuses to let her illness dampen her vibrant spirit. In English, Hindi, and French with English subtitles. “A sensitive, arresting portrait…[a] deeply empathetic, quietly spiritual documentary,” Gerald Peary, The Phoenix.