Passage to India, A - (Original Trailer)
A false rape charge threatens British-Indian relations in director David Lean's last movie, A Passage to India (1984).
Passage To India, A (1984) - God Is Here
Indian local doctor in training Aziz (Victor Banerjee), stranded when his ride is hijacked by oblivious English ladies, drops by a mosque where hes surprised first by Mrs. Moore (Peggy Ashcroft, who was recommended for the role by novelist E.M. Forster), then by her gracious attitude, in David Leans A Passage To India, 1984.
Passage To India, A (1984) - The Viceroy's On Board
Director David Leans screenplay takes a predictably cinematic grip on the E.M. Forster novel, introducing Judy Davis as Adela Quested in1920s London, Peter Hughes the P&O man, Peggy Ashcroft, as Mrs. Moore, mother of her betrothed, opening A Passage To India, 1984.
Passage To India, A (1984) - I Thought She Was A Ghost
Adela (Judy Davis), visiting from England and determined to experience something of the real India, is conversing with Dr. Aziz (Victor Banerjee) and scholar Professor Godbole (Alec Guiness) when her fiancè, colonial judge Ronny (Nigel Havers) appears, finding everything inappropriate, in David Leans A Passage To India, 1984.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- A Passage To India (1984)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces A Passage To India, 1984.
Alicia Malone Intro -- A Passage To India (1984)
TCMs Alicia Malone introduces A Passage To India, 1984.
Passage To India, A (1984) - I Give Any Englishman Two Years
Director David Lean finishes the train journey to fictional interior Chandrapore, introducing Nigel Havers as colonial official Ronny, greeting his mother (Peggy Ashcroft), his betrothed Adela (Judy Davis), his boss (Richard Wilson), then two locals central to the E.M. Forster story, Victor Banerjee and Art Malik, in A Passage To India, 1984.
Passage To India, A (1984) - Chandrapore 12
A scene not from the E.M. Forster but from director David Leans derived screenplay, working on location, Adela (Judy Davis) has just decided against marrying her fiancè, the magistrate shes come to India to visit, and undertakes a bicycle ride, wild with suggestion, in A Passage To India, 1984.