The Home And The World (Ghare-Baire)

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(out of 5)


Gorgeous drama by Satyajit Ray, about a young woman who awakens to the political world around her. Her husband (), a wealthy, Western-educated landowner, challenges tradition by inviting his wife out of seclusion and encouraging her to become as educated as most men of her class.  When she meets a revolutionary friend of his who has dreams of challenging British rule by organizing a boycott of foreign-made products, she immediately becomes swept up in the cause and into the rebel’s arms. Rather than a boorish lecture on the dangers of educating women, Ray’s drawing-room epic sees the downside of intellectual freedom without the wisdom of experience, as our heroine learns to temper her passions with the reality of the outside world the hard way. Gorgeous cinematography and sturdy direction from a director (here in the last years of his career) who is the art world’s primary successor to the 19th century subtleties of Henry James.


India, 1984

Directed by

Screenplay by Satyajit Ray, based on the novel by

Cinematography by

Music by Satyajit Ray

Production Design by

Costume Design by ,

Film Editing by

Film Festivals:  Cannes 1984


Cast Tags:  , , , , , , ,


National Board Of Review Award
Top Five Foreign Films


HomeAndTheWorld

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