Approved | | Adventure, Drama, Romance
In India, a married British aristocrat is reunited with an old flame, but she truly has her sights set on a handsome surgeon.
Bert Glennon started the movie as director of photography, but became ill and was replaced by Arthur C. Miller, who received the onscreen credit.
Thomas 'Tom' Ransome:
That's a Rembrandt. That's a Buddhist prayer wheel.
Even though Rama and Lady Edwina are caught in the same thundershower on the same street, when they arrive at Mr. Das's music school, his clothes are wet while hers are incongruously dry. Also, the wet spots on Rama's clothes migrate to different areas from scene to scene as they move from room to room in the school.
Each set of credits (except for the 20th Century-Fox logo) disintegrates after it appears, as if it were washed away by the rain falling in the background.