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"Pomp, pageantry, and adventure" --Houston Chronicle
"Opulent … and glitteringly picturesque" --The Washington Post
As seen on HBO
Ben Cross (Chariots of Fire) and Amy Irving (Crossing Delancey) star in this haunting love story set against the spectacular sweep of battle, treachery, and intrigue in the India of the British Raj.
Born to British parents but raised as Indian, Ashton Pelham-Martyn returns to India as a young military officer, where he fights both local unrest and the cultural prejudices of society. Struggling to reconcile his place in two different worlds, he finds happiness with his childhood sweetheart, Indian princess Anjuli--but she is promised to marry another man. From the snowcapped peaks of the Himalayas to the fabled palaces of Bhithor, M.M. Kaye’s evocative novel is brought to life in this stunning and lavish production.
The all-star cast also features Christopher Lee (The Lord of the Rings), Omar Sharif (Lawrence of Arabia), Rupert Everett (The Importance of Being Earnest), and Sir John Gielgud (Gandhi).
A great story with beautiful scenery and talented cast. Enjoyed every episode.Published 8 days ago by Francis King
An unbelievably excellent adaptation of M. M. Kaye's novel! Love that subtitles are included as you don't miss anything that way. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Norma J. Singer
Disc 1 is defective, sound and picture are not synchronized. At times there is no sound and half a picture. I will be returning this itemPublished 1 month ago by anna butler
Good movie. I had not read anything about this film and was expecting a "broader" view of India and Indian life as opposed to the focus on one major character. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Edward T Freels
The DVDs where perfect, and the movie, which is one of my old time classic favorites was even better. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ivonne M Falcon
It's funny how you don't notice things in your youth that bug the snot out of you as an adult. Ashok is English so it makes sense he's white. Read morePublished 3 months ago by PaulaEdwina