Senadal, the Dead Sea is a feature fiction film which captures the fragments of simple lives beaten by three decade long ethnic war in Shrilanka. It unfolds in a fisher village at Dhanushkodi, the border coast of India where life and death co exist.
A community partcipatary film in which the fisherfolk, refugess and the common public form the cast and part of the crew.
The film was initially banned by Central Board of Film certfication for its political content and only after several months of legal struggle with the Appellate
Tribunal authorities, it was cleared in july 2011 without cuts with an Adult certification.