It is hazardous to lavishly praise a film by a young director; it might go to his head. In the case of 28-year-old Chaitanya Tamhane, director of the Marathi film Court, the risk is worth taking. Four years earlier, at 24, he made Six Strands, a short film, a fictional take on the tea industry around Darjeeling district in West Bengal. It was centred on a gifted but evil woman who could have stepped out of the magic realism fiction of Latin America. It was full of technical tricks picke