Night Falls in India tells the story of Ricardo (Juan Diego) and Dana (Clara Voda). Ricardo decides to travel overland to India, as he used to do in the old days, when he brought hippies to...
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Night Falls in India tells the story of Ricardo (Juan Diego) and Dana (Clara Voda). Ricardo decides to travel overland to India, as he used to do in the old days, when he brought hippies to the East with his van, crossing Europe, Turkey, Iran and Pakistan. But the situation is very different now. Ricardo has been in a wheelchair for the last ten years, suffering from a degenerative disease now in its final stage. He wants to die on the banks of the Ganges River and meet Gadhali again. In this journey, he is accompanied by Dana, his Romanian housekeeper. Life owes something to these two lonely beings. The journey will become the alibi for paying it off. Night Falls in India is a shining road-movie full of life that uses journey as an excuse to tell a story about love and the passing of time, about the importance of the present and the need to recover lost time; a story in which the journey itself is as important as the arrival.Written by
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I am so surprised to see no previous review for this magnificent and raw story from Spain. Sydney SBS TV channel screened two such great stories almost on the same week. The other "Cell 211" also from Spain. But Anochece in India was a total surprise for us. As it exposed two lives with entirely different background that somehow merged in the most unexpected circumstance and development. I'm not one to tell you about actors and producers etc. I just watch a film, appreciate it or not and often can remember much about it past that feeling. So that feeling here was amazing as the story delves in the two main characters and reveals two souls who struggle with their personal needs but somehow with a mutual dependency. I feel short to explain or say more about it but would highly recommend it to most
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