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>living in Mexico, I am not really familiar with Indian films (although I have
>seen some). I would love it if you could elaborate a little on your argument:
>in what sense is there an Indian influence in this film


Well, it's three hours long, there's a song-and-dance number every 15
minutes, any kisses are obscured by tree branches and Elizabeth shows a
definite preference for dripping wet saris.

(Hey, it's April 1.)
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World Cinema Review
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"The heavy bullets sounded like howitzers in
the dry, airless late-afternoon air."
from Michael Avallone's The Patridge Family

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