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India Song (1975)

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Cast

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Le vice-consul de Lahore (as Michel Lonsdale)
Mathieu Carrière ...
L'attaché d'ambassade allemand
Claude Mann ...
Michael Richardson
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Georges Crawn
Didier Flamand ...
Le jeune invité
Claude Juan ...
Le domestique / Servant
Satasinh Manila ...
Voix de la mendiante (voice)
Nicole Hiss ...
Voix intemporelle (voice)
Monique Simonet ...
Voix intemporelle (voice)
Viviane Forrester ...
Voix intemporelle (voice)
Dionys Mascolo ...
Voix intemporelle (voice)
Marguerite Duras ...
Voix intemporelle (voice)
Françoise Lebrun ...
Voix de la réception (voice)
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Voix de la réception (voice)
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Drama | Fantasy | Romance

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4 June 1975 (France)  »

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India Song  »

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Although set in India, the entire film was shot outside of Paris. See more »

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It makes me sleep but I like it.
2 April 2002 | by (Stockholm Sweden) – See all my reviews

I've seen India Song two times. The first time I saw it I fell asleep after thirty minutes or so. There's a scream somewhere in the film that woke me up for a while, but it didn't last. Anyway I was intrigued by the way the images and the narration was juxtaposed, they don't really play the same tune. The images are soft, cool and slow, while the narration was telling us about strong emotions. A pretty good picture of the angst of the priviliged classes in colonial service. I sort of missed the details of the plot, but I think I got the essence of the film. The second time I saw it I stayed awake for five reels (I was counting the shiftmarks) but it was still beautiful and I truly enjoyed it. It's a one of a kind movie and I think it should be credited for that.


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