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Passagem Para India.rar
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Tensions between Indians and the colonial British come to a boil when a white female tourist accuses a young Indian Doctor of rape during a visit to caverns. A study of colonial relations and the nature of memory. Based on E. M. Forster's novel.
Language: English (AC3 6ch) and Spanish (AC3 2 ch)
Subtitales: Brazilian Portuguese, English, Spanish, Korean, Thailand, Indonesio and Chinese.
ALL CREDITS TO CRISTAL.
Circa 1920 during the Indian British rule, Dr. Aziz H. Ahmed was born and brought up in India. He is proficient in English, and dresses like them. He meets a young Caucasian woman named Adela Quested at a Mosque, and thereafter he is asked to accompany her and her companion, Mrs. Moore, for sight-seeing around some caves. Thereafter the organized life of Aziz is turned upside down when Adela accuses him of molesting her in a cave. Aziz is arrested and brought before the courts, and it is here that he will learn that the entire British administration is against him, and would like to see him found guilty, and punished severely so as to teach all native Indians what it means to molest a British citizen. Aziz is all set to witness the "fairness" of the British system, which is "guilty until proved innocent".
Adela Quested, a young Englishwoman, travels to India in the late 1920s to visit her fiancé, a British magistrate posted in a small town; her traveling companion is his mother Mrs. Moore. They want to see something of the country and to meet everyday Indians, but are frustrated by the British community's insistence that relations with the locals are best experienced from a distance. Finally, a friend introduces them to a Muslim doctor whom Mrs. Moore had seen briefly on her visit to a mosque. He takes them on an outing to the nearby caverns (a local attraction), but what happens there threatens to destroy any civility between the British and Indian societies.