Brits Behaving Badly Aren't Enough to Keep the Sexy Spark From Being Doused

New York Press | May 15, 2008
Indian director Sivan's Before the Rains feels less Satyajit Ray than Lifetime, using Sajani and Moores' ill-fated love affair as a metaphor for the travesty of colonialism. Prepare to be schooled.

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