A Passage to India
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Set in 1928, this film portrays an indelibly sardonic picture of British life in territorial India.The story concerns Adela Quested, who is a free-spirited British woman, played by (Judy Davis), whohas settled in India and is to marry Ronny Heaslop (Nigel Havers), a town magistrate. She is befriended by the charming Dr. Aziz (Victor Banerjee), but it's a friendship that ultimately leads to tragedy.
- Graphic and Picture Track (Blu-Ray Exclusive)
- "E.M. Forster: Profile of an Author"
- "An Epic Takes Shape"
- "An Indian Affair"
- "Only Connect: A Vision of India"
- "Casting a Classic"
- "David Lean: Shooting with the Master"
- Reflections Of David Lean
- Commentary with Producer Richard Goodwin
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David Lean has created so many memorable films and setpieces it seems almost redundant to objectify them, but let it be said the sequence here with the visit to the ominous Marabar Caves is one of his best--beautifully choreographed, perfectly timed, and with just enough mystery to inspire as much discussion as the novel. How often does that happen?
It may not be a rousing action epic, but it will leave the discerning viewer with much to think about and should inspire several viewings to take in all the levels of meaning. A most rewarding film experience.
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