Dir. Jean Renoir (1950). Renoir's ravishing first color film, shot on location in Bengal, is an appropriately stilted account of a English girl's coming to terms with love and death (if not colonial privilege); the movie was a powerful stimulus for another great cine-humanist, Satyajit Ray.
Thu., Dec. 30, 4:10 p.m., 2010
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