A child and country were born at midnight once upon a time
Not much for supper tonight.
Based on Salman Rushdie's acclaimed novel, this is about two boys, born within moments of India gaining independence from Britain, who grow up in the country that is nothing like their parent's generation. They were not aware that they were switched at birth.
150 minutes , No persons under 13 (Violence) Drama, On the art circuit.
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Satya Bhabha, Shahana Goswami, Rajat Kapoor, Shabana Azmi, Ronit Roy, Siddarth, Seema Biswas, Shriya Saran
Deepa Mehta Screenplay Salman Rushdie, Deepa Mehta, Rutvik Oza, from the novel by Salman Rushdie Music Nitin Sawhney Cinematography Giles Nuttgens Editing Colin Monie Soundtrack Not available
Made in 2013
Produced by David Hamilton Productions, Hamilton-Mehta Productions, Number 9 Films
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FPB Report (SA)
Language Infrequent, very mild, low impact
Nudity One naked clinical breast scene
Violence Psychological impact, infrequent, torture scenes, war scenes, dead soldiers, assassination scenes
Prejudice Moslem/India civil war, low impact
Drug abuse Some alcohol, no abuse
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Scale (Max) 20 South African Media
Cape Argus/The Star Theresa Smith 10
Die Burger Laetitia Pople 15
Cape Times Stephen Farber 10 International Media
Metacritic.com 17 critics 11
RottenTomatoes.com 53 critics 11
RottenTomatoes.com Tomatometer 8
Movie Review Query Engine (USA) MRQE critics 12
IMDB 1005 Netizens 11
Average .. 55% 11
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