A fictional study of Imperial India seen through the reminiscences of an exiled daughter of a Marajah and an elderly English tutor who meet over afternoon tea. Includes actual newsreels of court life discovered in the archives of the Raj.
James Ivory, of Merchant Ivory Productions, director of Autobiography of a Princess, and recent Oscar-winner for the adapted screenplay of Call Me by Your Name, plus Prof Richard Parkinson and Prof Laura Marcus, join us for a Q&A following the film.
Tuesday 6 November, Curzon Oxford.
Tickets £12.00 / £9.50 for Curzon Members / £7.50 for students
Screening as part of Curzon Oxford's James Ivory film series.
James Ivory is a TORCH Visiting Professor 2018-19, in collaboration with The Queen's College.