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Title Such A Long Journey
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Such A Long Journey is both tragic drama & a wryly humorous meditation on enduring hope and the strength of faith.
It is 1971 - Bombay, India, and the country is on the eve of war. Gustad Noble, a dedicated bank clerk and devoted family man, finds his modest life unraveling when he agrees to do a clandestine favor for an old friend. Plunged into a world of polotical intrigue where his beliefs in loyalty and allegiance are tested and the web of deceit threatens to tear him apart, Gustad faces the upheavel of his country and the turmoil within his own family in the only way he knows, with a quiet dignity and an unfailing sense of moral order.
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from Denver, CO writes
The film is outstanding. This film was well scripted, well acted, and beautiful. We have seen some of these actors before in bit parts in more mainstream films, but they all did such a fine job that I hope they continue to find parts in films worthy of their talents. This film sensitively explores various things that happen to Gustad Noble concerning his family, his friends and his work, and their effect on him. At the same time, it is a fascinating, and, I would assume, accurate, portrayal of middle-class, urban life in India at the time. I enjoyed this film very much.
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