This film was shot on location in India in 1951. It is in color and in English!
Directed by Jean Renoir (the painter’s son). Cinematography by Claude Renoir (nephew of the director and grandson of the painter). A young Satyajit Ray, perhaps the greatest Indian director, worked on this film and was greatly influenced by it. Acclaimed for it's technicolor cinematography. France/India/US.
A teenage British girl living with her upper middle class family in colonial India
experiences the pangs of first love. Jean Renoir's exotic, lyrical, and deeply
moving drama partially inspired Wes Anderson's The Darjeeling Limited. From a Rumer Godden novel.
99 min. 35mm. In English. Jean Renoir in Color!
5:0O MOVIE at the Cinematheque
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7:00 DINNER/DISCUSSION at TABLE 45 at the InterContinental Hotel
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