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Patrick O'Reilly is a handsome police officer living in Toronto where he is engaged to a pretty young doctor. Messua has a secret. She has led Patrick to believe she is the daughter of a poor farmer. Little does he know she is the Maharaja's daughter! Messua returns to India to visit her father, the Maharaja of Lahore. Upon her stay, an evil prince asks for her hand in marriage as he sees it as an opportunity to take the throne. When she refuses he kidnaps her, and when her plane back to Canada crashes everyone assumes that she is dead ... everyone except Patrick! Patrick and his friend decide to search for the woman of his dreams in an oriental world full of secrets. Written by
I saw this movie for the first time when I was around seven or eight years old and I loved it. It's long, but not annoyingly long. The actors do a fantastic job, the roles of Messua and Patrick are incredible, you can really feel the love between them somehow. The little Tim is great at adding that cool "kid role" that I loved when I was a kid and saw it. Di Fazio and Vito are so much fun the way they act together, they seem like a married couple. Being set in India adds so much to the feel of the movie, the way the culture is different really is noticeable when Americans come there. I don't know what else to say except that if you haven't seen this movie, you should definitely do so. You won't regret it!
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