Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love1996
Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996)
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as Jai Kumar
as Raj Singh
as Rasa Devi
as Young Maya
as Young Tara
as Maham Anga
as Doctor Mani
as Madho Singh
as Prem. Siddarth
as Dance Teacher
as Royal Messenger
as Aunt Laila
as Begum Para
as Rich Friend
as Old Woman
Critic Reviews for Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love
Mira Nair's film fails as a melodrama as well as erotic fantasy; the sexul material had to be toned down due to censorship.
Kama Sutra, while easy to look at, is even easier to laugh at.
Audience Reviews for Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love
The name's deceiving. It has nothing to do with the movie. It's just a love story set during somewhere in the 15th or 16th century India.
Its probably hard to take a subject like the Kama Sutra and distill it into a good movie that's not rated X. That being said, this movie does a good job at creating a plot around a tale of forbidden love that is set in an India of ages past. The staging and art direction are all well done-- and one certainly gets a sense of the opulence of India, simply through the luxuriant costume design that pops up in every scene. Where the movie has problems is that the protagonists are attractive, but not compelling as actors. We feel pity for their plight as part of a caste, but the villains are so equally cardboard that its hard to feel much empathy for anyone in this movie. The other curious aspect of this movie is the ending-- which isn't happy... and seems more a statement on the caste system itself. The feminism of the main character in the final scenes seems quite absurd, but perhaps that is just the nature of this difficult to adapt material.
I just couldn't care less about these characters
Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love Quotes
|Tara:||Maya: Knowing love, I will allow all things to come and go, to be as supple as the wind, and take everything that comes with great courage. As Rasa would say to me, life is right in any case. My heart is as open as the sky.|