The Mystic Masseur

The Mystic Masseur

Circa 1940 in Trinidad, still a British Colony, lives Ganesh Ramseyor, of East Indian origin, along with his wife, Leela. He longs to reach out to people, especially to Hindus, in order to promote the Hindu Faith, and be known as a writer. He does get considerable success, so much so that he becomes famous as a miracle worker, having cured a man of sharing intimacy with his bicycle; prevented a man from believing that he can fly; and convincing a young woman to end her fast. His fame spreads all over the island and thousands throng to seek his blessings, which he does dole out quite benevolently, without charging any fees from the poor and the needy. He then decides to spread his wings by challenging the local politician Pandit Narayan Chandrashekhar alias Cyrus T., and takes over The Hindu Organization, thence opening his way to a seat in the prestigious Member of the Legislative Assembly

In 1950s Trinidad, a frustrated writer supports himself as a masseur--and soon becomes a revered mystic and politico. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gireesh C (ca) wrote: simple script..cool casting n direction..

Gabriel N (nl) wrote: The best comic adaptation made!!

Sundance N (br) wrote: Very Witty & Funny...A little short if you ask me! Love the Star Appearances, love the text, and the characters are vibrant and real. Brooklyn Represent! LOL

Andrey B (es) wrote: Emotional drama from Adrian Lyne with his favourite themes of love and feelings. This time with young Harrelson and Moore and great Robert Redford. True love can overcome even the hardest obstacles.

Chris J (es) wrote: Loved Cars, loved this too.