The futuristic Indian script won the 1997 Onassis Prize for the best new international play. The story focuses on organ-selling and critiques the exploitation of the Third World. Harvest introduces us to Om Prakash, a poor man who agrees to sell his organs through a harvesting company to someone in the First World for a small fortune. The company and the organ recipient invade Om's life, controlling him and his family because of their obsessive need to maintain his health. Through technology, the recipient is able to look in on Om and his family, making sure they are following orders.