Venice 2020: The Disciple movie review – India’s competition entry an eye-opening exploration of Indian classical music

//Venice 2020: The Disciple movie review – India’s competition entry an eye-opening exploration of Indian classical music

Venice 2020: The Disciple movie review – India’s competition entry an eye-opening exploration of Indian classical music

3.5/5 starsThe first Indian competition entry at the Venice Film Festival since Mira Nair’s 2001 Golden Lion-winning Monsoon Wedding , The Disciple is an eye-opening exploration of a musical world that many outside India will not be familiar with.The film is written and directed by Chaitanya Tamhane, who made the 2014 legal drama Court that won top honours in the Venice festival’s Orizzonti section. Lending his support to The Disciple is Roma director Alfonso Cuarón, credited here as an…

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