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A Passage to India: Tensions between Indians and the colonial British come to a boil when a white female tourist accuses a young Indian doctor of rape during a visit to some caverns. A study of colonial relations and the nature of memory. Based on E. M. Forster's novel.

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Released: December 14, 1984
Runtime: 164 mins
Genres: Adventure Drama History
Countries: UK USA
Director: David Lean
Actors: Adam Blackwood Alec Guinness Ann Firbank Antonia Pemberton Art Malik Clive Swift Dina Pathak Duncan Preston Ishaq Bux James Fox John Michie Judy Davis Mellan Mitchell Michael Culver Mohammed Ashiq Moti Makan Nigel Havers Peggy Ashcroft Peter Hughes Rashid Karapiet Richard Wilson Roshan Seth Saeed Jaffrey Sally Kinghorn Victor Banerjee

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Posted by sonorawith 2 years, 9 months ago
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Unforgettable & underrated movie. I used to adore it when I first saw it. I think that David Lean did a wonderful job trying to get the mystery of the story from Forrester's book, & he achieved it from my point of view. Book & movie are different languages. This untouchable 'echo' appears also in 'Suddenly last summer' & much more powerful, long & deep in 'The river', also about India. 9/10

Posted by waqarshah 2 years, 10 months ago ( Edited 2 years, 10 months ago )
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4/5 Lovely movie. I've seen it many years before. Of a look in cast and setting made with a quality of authenticity that it seems mostly US and UK movies are able to create about India and this part of the brown asian world. Does much justice to Forrester's writing. Only down side is YouTube has it sliced up into 16 parts and the sound quality is pretty low, but you should watch if you are interested history and in life of people from other parts of the world. ~Thank you so much for the links.

Posted by dangerous_sam 3 years, 6 months ago
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plz add sum other links too!!!

Posted by Precious1 4 years, 3 months ago
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Intense, exotic,erotic, and universal conflicts of moral choice. E.M. Forester is a superb novelist, artist extraordinaire.

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