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If you're in the mood for a film that makes you think deeply about the beliefs you hold most dear and the strength to stand up for them, then Rang de Basanti is a drama worth watching. Sue, a young British filmmaker, goes to India hoping to make film about young revolutionaries. In casting for the lead roles she encounters a group of young people we can all relate to, each with their hopes, fears and inner conflicts. Through the filmmaking process, Sue and her new friends come to look closely at themselves and their place in the world. When a tragic turn of events forces them to take a stand, they are inspired by the characters they have been playing to challenge corruption and start their own revolution.
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