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Ver Around India with a Movie Camera

Around India with a Movie Camera is a movie starring Sabu. The film explores life in India - both British and Indian - in the 50 years leading up to Independence in 1947.

Sandhya Suri

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Genres Documentary
Director Sandhya Suri
Stars Sabu
Country UK
Runtime 1 h 12 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Drawn exclusively from the BFI National Archive, Around India with a Movie Camera features some of the earliest surviving film from India as well as gorgeous travelogues, intimate home movies and newsreels from British, French and Indian filmmakers. Taking in Maharajas and Viceroys, fakirs and farmhands and personalities such as Sabu and Gandhi, the film explores not only the people and places of over 70 years ago, but asks us to engage with broader themes of a shared history, shifting perspectives in the lead up to Indian independence and the ghosts of the past. Around India also features a superb new score that fuses western and Indian music from composer and sarod player Soumik Datta.

Top reviews

Saturday, 11 Apr 2020 17:22

Somewhat uneven and somewhat slow paced, but very moving, this documentary features interviews with the various people who took part in the film. Some of the highlights include Oscar-winner Asghar Farhadi, Oscar-nominated Indian director Rakesh Omprakash Mehra, director Abbas Kiarostami, and Japanese actress Ippei Sanada. All of them tell the story of how they, and others involved in the making of the film, came to be involved with the project, and how the entire production came to be. The film also features a few interviews with various people involved in the film, such as director Ippei Sanada, Oscar-nominated Japanese actress Natsuki Yanagita, Oscar-nominated Japanese actor Masao Okamoto, and several actors and actresses. I'd have to say that the interviews are very impressive, but the film is not a complete documentary. It does not cover the time period that was the main focus of the film, nor does it tell the story of the various people involved in the film. However, the film is still very important to the production of the film, and to the people involved in the making of the film. The documentary, like the film itself, is not perfect. Some of the interviews are not very interesting or meaningful, and some of the people interviewed do not seem to be very good interview subjects. Still, it's a very interesting and important documentary, and the people interviewed are very good interview subjects. The documentary is worth watching. It is not the best documentary you'll ever see, but it is still a very good documentary, and it's a great documentary.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 00:14

A film made for the ages, made by a filmmaker who doesn't care about the audience, the Hollywood mindset and the values of Hollywood. This film is about the Indian music scene and how it has been destroyed by the Hollywood mentality. To a lesser extent, it is also about the film industry and how they view the films that are made in their countries. It is also a film about the Indian music scene, the people who make the music and the love of it. The film doesn't have any big stars and starlets, but it does have a real talented musician, a real story, and a real vision. It shows the truth, the truth that you can make great music and have a following. It is a story about how a small band of musicians can make great music and make a living off of it. It is also about the destruction of the Indian music scene, how the Hollywood mindset and the values of Hollywood have destroyed the Indian music scene. The film is shot in the style of a documentary, but the soundtrack is different. The soundtrack is a montage of Indian music, the people in it, and the music they are playing. The music is so beautiful that it will make you cry, and it will make you smile. The music is not about the songs, it is about the musicians. I recommend this film to anyone who is into music. It is a film made for the masses, not for the elite. It shows the world what a great music scene can do, how it can be ruined, and how the music that is made by a small group of people can be the music of the world.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 09:06

This is a film with a great story about the hardships of the migrant labourers in India and how they deal with their lives in the country. One of the reasons I decided to watch this film is because I have heard so much about the migrant labourers and their plight in India. This is something that I have wanted to see and since I have already seen the documentary "My Son's Keeper" I was more than happy to watch this film. The film follows a young migrant worker, Shreyas Talpade, as he struggles to find a job, making a living as a cook and a cleaner. He is in dire need of money, but his only income is from his parents, a day labourer and a stay-at-home mother. He struggles with a daily routine, getting up early, washing his clothes and putting them in the washing machine. He works around the clock and in the end gets a raise and a new car. This film gives you a glimpse into the life of a migrant worker in India, without giving away any of the details. The main character, Shreyas, is a teenager but he is in his late twenties and is a regular person. He has a wife and a son, but he is not looking forward to his own future. He has to work every day to make ends meet. This is not an easy life and the migrant labourers are treated like slaves. They are not allowed to even leave the house or do anything with their family members. The director also uses some beautiful photography to help bring the audience into the world of a migrant worker. The camera work is very good and I would have liked to have seen more of the shot where the migrant worker is being fitted for his new car. The director also shows us a few shots of the migrant workers getting their pay cheques. These scenes are also very well done and it is always worth watching. The director also uses a lot of very powerful music to help the viewer understand what is going on. I also like the way the director uses music to help tell the story. I would have liked to have seen more of the scenes where the migrant workers are beaten. I also liked the way the director used the film as a platform to promote his film, showing his friends how to make a film. I also liked the fact that the director uses the film as a platform to raise awareness about the migrant labourers. I think this film was very well done. The director made the film look like a documentary, but it is also a film that I would like to watch again. The film is not very educational, but the director did a good job at using the music to tell the story. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a different take on

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