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Based on a true story, Drama, Period and Historical, Romance
When India was finally granted its independence from British rule in 1947, it was a country divided by sectarian violence. As part of the new era, partition was introduced – breaking the country along religious lines and leaving thousands of people displaced. Overseeing the upheaval was Lord Mountbatten, the final British viceroy after 300 years of British command over India. Negotiations for the transition took place in the Viceroy’s house, a fine mansion serviced by a 500-strong staff made up of Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs where Mountbatten lived and met with key political influencers. British director Gurinder Chadha, whose own family was forced to flee India as a result of partition, focuses on the house as a microcosmic symbol of Indian society and its concerns during this turbulent period.
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Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside a screening from the History in Action strand of the festival.
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11+ years 107 mins
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We sat down with director Gurinder Chadha to talk about her new film 'Viceroy's House' and the historical and contemporary relevance of this true-story drama.
Viewing time 10 mins
To mark the release of upcoming historical drama Viceroy's House, in cinemas 3 March, we've created a new History and Citizenship resource.
Reading time 3 mins
Former History teacher and Into Film's CPD & Resources coordinator Samantha Clarkson provides activities and tips on using film in the history classroom.
Reading time 6 mins
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