Oscar-winning story of the social friction between the British and Indian communities, which clash dramatically when an Indian befriended by two visiting English women is accused of raping one during a trip to the remote Marabar caves.
E.M. Forster (novel); Santha Rama Rau (play); David Lean (screenplay).
Judy Davis (Adela Quested); Victor Banerjee (Dr. Aziz H. Ahmed); Peggy Ashcroft (Mrs. Moore); James Fox (Richard Fielding); Alec Guinness (Professor Godbole); Nigel Havers (Ronny Heaslop); Richard Wilson (Turton); Antonia Pemberton (Mrs. Turton); Michael Culver (Major McBryde); Art Malik (Ali); Saeed Jaffrey (Advocate Hamidullah); Clive Swift (Major Callendar); Anne Firbank (Mrs. Callendar (as Ann Firbank)); Roshan Seth (Advocate Amrit Rao); Sandra Hotz (Stella). Please contact SFC to add other cast members and characters.
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