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• New, restored high-definition digital transfer, supervised by director Mira Nair and director of photography Declan Quinn • Audio commentary featuring Nair • Nair’s short documentaries So Far from India (1983), India Cabaret (1985), and The Laughing Club of India (2001), featuring video introductions by the director • Nair’s short fiction films The Day the Mercedes Became a Hat (1993), 11'09'01—September 11 (Segment: India) (2002), Migration (2007), and How Can It Be? (2008), featuring video introductions by the director • New video interview with actor Naseeruddin Shah, conducted by Nair • New video interviews with Quinn and production designer Stephanie Carroll • Theatrical trailer • New and improved English subtitle translation • PLUS: An essay by critic and travel writer Pico Iyer
Its a very well made movie with great music, acting and direction.
The family shows their love for Hinduism or maybe even Indian culture by having a traditional wedding with extravagant decorations and a traditional henna party.
She is truly an artist, and her films are palpable with feeling and emotion that move the storyline.
I first thought it would be too orientalist for my liking - which is still is in parts - but I must admit I enjoyed the narrative. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Sneha
What can I say about this hilarious wonderful movie with so many wonderful actors. It is a must to see........... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Sally in Portland
Not quite what I was expecting but very good drama. You will laugh & cry. Very well done from acting to the script.Published 29 days ago by Elizabeth I. Knight-Smith
I love this movie, have seen it many times.It's a real celebration of weddings and love. I like that men from a traditional culture sacrifice their male egos to care for their... Read morePublished 1 month ago by lillibet10