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Anyone who wants to say a word about British India should read Forster's A Passage to India carefully. The 1982 movie's view of India regresses greatly from Forster's 1922 view.
Maybe it just hasn't aged well, but I found the themes to be dated and mildly offensive. Julie Christie and Greta Scacchi are both luminous, and unfortunately not a single male in the cast is worthy of either of them.
Intimate stories through the ages capturing the India of old and new through two female relations experiences. It's not a pacy story though and lags in several places.
Well made movie..smoothly goes into the past and into the present again..good story with good performances
Wonderful and exotic. Kudos.
A BRITISH WOMAN TRAVELS TO INDIA TO RETRACE THE STEPS OF HER GRAND AUNT ,GUIDED BY THE WOMAN'S DIARY.
Parallel stories from two eras. Ok film, not great
This movie has the special charm of Indian background with Indian actors in the lead roles.
It captures the palpable attraction and the tension between the Rajah and Olivia with extreme finesse...
A great adaptation by merchant-Ivory. Skilled screenplay. Magical cinematography.