On the anniversary of her father’s death, an Indian princess (Madhur Jaffrey) celebrates his memory in her London apartment by having tea and showing a selection of home movies to her father’s old tutor (James Mason).

Preceded by
Mahatma and the Mad Boy
(Directed by Ismail Merchant, India, 1974, 27 min.)
A wandering vagrant youth (Sajid Khan) scavenges for food with his monkey and holds conversations with a statue of Gandhi. But soon the boy comes too close to a group celebrating Gandhi’s concepts of love and brotherhood.

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Director
James Ivory
Released
1975
Country
UK
Running Time
90 minutes
Format
Digital, Color