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A Passage to India


David Lean's "A Passage to India" was his last film, released in 1984. Like Lean's "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Dr Zhivago" it's beautiful to look at with a leisurely pace and a terrific score by Maurice Jarre. It vividly captures the huge divide between the people of India and their British overseers, but for me, some of the acting is really over the top, especially by the usually flawless Alec Guinness, forced here to masquerade as an Indian holy man. The main female character also shows some serious lack of judgement in her actions the second half, which drive the courtroom conclusion. But even lesser David Lean is far superior to an average film. This passage earns a B.

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