A Passage to India movie plot

2022-03-15 08:01
In the 1920s, Mrs Moore, who lived in London, took a young girl, Adela, to India to visit her son, Adela's fiance, Ronnie. Both are eager to deepen their understanding of India through this trip. However, after arriving, they discovered that the local racial discrimination was very serious, and everything was not what they thought. Mrs. Moore felt that her son had become very official and completely ignored the Indians, which made her very disgusted. Fortunately, they met Aziz, an enthusiastic Indian Muslim doctor. Out of enthusiasm and friendship, Aziz organized many people to accompany the two guests to visit the local scenic spot Malabar Cave. However, Adela, who was covered in scars, suddenly escaped from the cave in panic, turning this pleasant journey into a complete reversal.  .
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  • Louisa 2022-03-15 09:01:11

    What the hell happened in the cave? Aziz couldn't explain it, Miss Gus couldn't explain it clearly, and the guide didn't know what to say. No one knows the truth, not even E.M. Foster and David Lean - so everyone has their own truth. Mrs. Moore and Mr. Fitting insisted on inferring events by character, other British people insisted on judging events by prejudice, the Indian masses interpreted events with anger, and Indian professor Ghoboli stayed out of it, watching the fire from the other side - is he the wise man who sees everything? The widow, Aziz, held Miss Guth's hand tightly. That moment was their "skin kiss", and it was also the moment when Miss Guth re-examined her relationship with Lonnie. This is the most ambiguous passage in the film, the eyes, the light and even the sweat on their cheeks all exude ambiguous light and smell. In the next cave, is vertigo? Is it a hallucination? Or do you want to say leave? And Miss Guth's injury and emotional out-of-control are even more mysterious. The truth has been swallowed in the cave, and human nature is also lost in the black hole, elusive.

  • Holden 2022-03-16 09:01:09

    The perception transcends the so-called cultural and religious differences, and experiences the trust and courage between individuals and the value of equality for everyone. The British white and left aristocratic woman who went to India for the first time was not used to the discrimination and rudeness of the British colonists against Indians. With the help of her compatriots who were also not used to such behavior, she met a friendly and inferior Indian doctor. Because of a misunderstanding, Kindness and trust are put to the test. In the magnificent scenery, there is no sense of honor and inferiority between people, which is particularly eye-catching, including the cognition of self and belonging.

A Passage to India quotes

  • Mrs. Moore: God has put us on earth to love and help our fellow men.

    Ronny: Yes, mother.

  • Richard Fielding: [on the glasses found on Aziz after the latter's arrest] If he had assaulted her he'd scarcely bring the evidence back with him.

    McBryde: Doesn't surprise me.

    Richard Fielding: I don't follow.

    McBryde: When you think of crime, you think of English crime. The psychology's different here.

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