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Well intentions but as a dramatic actor Swayze's just not up to it.
While a little unfocused at times, this last hurrah from the once great Joffe is still a very, very fine drama. Grade-A performances, especially Puri as a struggling father, a stirring yet uplifting score by the always great Morricone, and careful splashes of viscerality and grit elevate this production.
great! however, it was hard to understand Indian accents. but still highly recommend!
well made, but missing something
This movie will at times test your emotions!!! Very sad movie!
Fantastic movie. The story line is capturing and attacks the human heart.
uplifting. a little over done by swayze in parts, but quite good.
a very inspiring movies.. I'm trying to find its DVD in Indonesia but not succesful yet, anybody can help?
"All that is not given is lost." American doctor Max Lowe searches for meaning in his life as he travels to Calcutta, India; almost upon touching down, he is mugged and beaten. Joan, an Irish nun struggling to provide basic medical care for impoverished slum dwellers, nurses the young physician back to health, and together they decide to open a new clinic that will give hope to surrounding community. The true heroism lies in the quality of the fight between the souls of the people and the heart of a man. Released on April 15, 1992, City Of Joy was directed by Roland Joffe who was also behind The Mission and The Killing Fields. When I first discovered this film title on a television broadcast not so long ago the only things that appealed to me were its Indian setting characteristic of Bollywood except this isn't a musical but an epic drama and the late Patrick Swayze. For the latter he delivers his finest acting performance in a lead role who was flawed at the start as a quitter at the hospital he worked in. His character improves to a new person now upon finding enlightenment thanks to a well developed cast of mostly Indian stars including Om Puri whose Hasari Pal role settles into the city life as a farmer. The storyline here is well written, and I pretty much understood it with every conflict expressed among our characters.
Pretty good movie. Not incredible, but good.