Eilis from Wicklow, 06 Oct 2010
A timeless classic based on the wonderful novel by EM Forster with a great line up of acting talent- a disturbing, atmospheric and unflinching look at the mores, moods and madness of the British Raj in India and their relationships with each other and the unfortunate Indians who served them and observed them. EM Forster never wanted this book to be made into a film. Well worth watching. Sex Class and Culture potpourri.
Daniel from Dublin, 25 Nov 2009
The powerful and beautiful film, which was David Lean's last, is wonderfully acted and magnificently shot. Save Alec Guinness as a Hindu the film is almost flawless. Epic.
A Passage To India
Maureen from Tipperary, 22 Nov 2008
Great Film, could watch over and over again