Mother India

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British Film Institute, Jun 26, 2002 - Performing Arts - 96 pages
This book is a careful analysis of a film that was originally released in 1957 and remained constantly in distribution until satellite television changed viewing habits. Chatterjee outlines the film's eventful production history and the ambitious vision of its director.

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Gayatri Chatterjee is an independent scholar working in Film and Cultural Studies. Based in Pune, she teaches in India and has lectured widely in the USA and Europe. She is the author of a study, Awaara (1992), which was awarded the swarna-kamal, the President's Gold Medal for the Best Book on Cinema.

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