Production year: 1982

Drama PG   Running time: 3:10 

IMDB rating:   8.1     Aspect: Wide;  Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese;  Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Arabic, Dutch;  Audio: DD Stereo

Sir Richard Attenborough's 1982 multiple-Oscar winner (including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor for Ben Kingsley) is an engrossing, reverential look at the life of Mohandas K. Gandhi, who introduced the doctrine of nonviolent resistance to the colonized people of India and who ultimately gained the nation its independence. Kingsley is magnificent as Gandhi as he changes over the course of the three-hour film from an insignificant lawyer to an international leader and symbol. Strong on history (the historic division between India and Pakistan, still a huge problem today, can be seen in its formative stages here) as well as character and ideas, this is a fine film.


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Special features

Ben Kingsley Talks About Gandhi
Original Newsreel Footage
The Making of Gandhi Photo Montage
The Words of Mahatma Gandhi
Weblink to Official Gandhi Website
Gandhi's Legacy: A Picture In Graphics Track Director's Commentary
Sir Ben Kingsley Talks About Gandhi
Madeleine Slade: An Englishwoman Abroad
The Funeral
Looking Back
Shooting An Epic In India
Designing Gandhi
From The Director's Chair