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Leading London lawyer and his wife re-define later life by motoring across rural India in their battered 1936 Rolls Royce, to get to a human rights festival in Bangladesh.Leading London lawyer and his wife re-define later life by motoring across rural India in their battered 1936 Rolls Royce, to get to a human rights festival in Bangladesh.Leading London lawyer and his wife re-define later life by motoring across rural India in their battered 1936 Rolls Royce, to get to a human rights festival in Bangladesh.
Beautiful film about road trip, adventure and life
I can't believe this documentary went under my radar. Being familiar with India, the utmost beauty and massive impact of impressions it brings in on all it's visitors, I can only show nothing more than respect for this lovey couple that did a life adventure that even local people in India were raising eyebrows about. At perfect golden age the beautiful couple showed what marriage is exactly, when they decided to embark on a one in a lifetime journey trough the whole Indian subcontinent (India, Nepal, Bangladesh), by defying all odds, prejudices and challenging will power, positive way of confronting life and courage itself. And it was a pure joy to watch. The best part of the documentary that it delivers on both levels, showing exactly what is India + countries are in a best possible way (nature, people and culture) and the beautiful life embracing couple, Jen and Rupert. He's strong-willed, courageous and positive hippie that grew up to be a London banker and she's his stronghold without non of this would be possible. They are the perfect opposites and a great inspiration. The best part is before the journey, when she said that their biggest worry is what will the children (adults) do if something happens to them (children) and they're so far away. That's the approach of life they have. That is a marriage of support, understanding and togetherness to strive to. Beautiful scenery, beautiful soundtrack, everything so full of life, energetic and of course none of this would be possible without the spotlight role the unbreakable Rolls-Royce carried out. See this movie just to remind yourself that dreams can be real and we should all strive and get inspired by them and not by reality. Btw the movie is produced by always amazing Sharon Stone. Perfect.
- Jan 24, 2023
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