I for India

I for India

Drawing from 40 years' worth of film footage and tape recordings her father sent to family members in India, filmmaker Sandhya Suri crafts a personal history that also explores the experiences of Indian expatriates. After moving to Great Britain in 1965, Yash Pal Suri chronicled his discoveries about his new home along with his feelings of alienation. The fruits of his labor appear in this film that received a Grand Jury Prize nod at Sundance.

The myth of return. In 1966, Yash and Sheel Suri leave India for a temporary stay in England while he burnishes his resume as a doctor. He buys projectors, tape recorders, and movie cameras... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


I for India torrent reviews

The Critic (it) wrote: Sarah Watts' quirky suburban black comedy is about the anxieties of contemporary living and has a lot to say about the family structure, faith, consumerism, gender roles and the sexualisation of young people. Balancing comedy and drama with relatable and diverse characters, the film is smartly written and brilliantly acted, particularly by Sacha Horler and Matt Day, one of the finest, and easily the most under-rated, actors of his generation. 'My Year Without Sex' is a gorgeously composed piece and marked Watt's last film before her death; the industry is poorer without such a creative spirit, but what a wonderful legacy to leave behind.

John M (au) wrote: Well acted movie set in World War II

J F (it) wrote: EXCELLENT~~! I recommend this to all my girlfriends if yer into such stories as Anne of Green Gables or Janette Oake's books.

Anna B (mx) wrote: Suffers a bit from the "Mighty Whitey" hero clich, but it's otherwise pretty great, especially in the third act.

Ruan J (jp) wrote: A bit drawn out and none of the Beatles original songs are played, but educational none the less.

Scott C (es) wrote: Albert Brooks is almost always funny! But man is he a neurotic nutbar!

Terri H (ag) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Suy P (fr) wrote: If you can put your "Laura" expectations aside, you'll enjoy this little noir thriller. Radiant Gene Tierney stars as the wife of a psychoanalyst who falls into the clutches of a hypnotist when he learns of her propensity for shoplifting. Rosemary Clooney's husband, Jose Ferrer, stars as the scheming hypnotist, and look for Scarlett O'Hara's mother (Barbara O'Neil) as one of his victims. Tierney is beautiful and vulnerable in her fab Oleg Cassini wardrobe. Not a masterpiece, but enjoyable.