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Foreign Body (1986 film)

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Foreign Body
Forbody.jpg
Directed byRonald Neame
Screenplay byCeline La Freniere
Based onForeign Body
by Roderick Mann
Produced byColin M. Brewer
StarringVictor Banerjee
Trevor Howard
Warren Mitchell
Geraldine McEwan
Denis Quilley
Amanda Donohoe
Eve Ferret
Anna Massey
Stratford Johns
CinematographyRonnie Taylor
Edited byAndrew Nelson
Music byKen Howard
Distributed byRank Film Distributors
Orion Pictures
Release date
  • 26 September 1986 (1986-09-26)
Running time
111 min.
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Foreign Body is a 1986 British romantic comedy film directed by Ronald Neame and adapted from the 1975 Roderick Mann novel of the same name. The film stars Victor Banerjee, Warren Mitchell, Denis Quilley, and Amanda Donohoe. It was Neame's final film.

Plot

Banerjee stars as Ram Das, a jobless Indian man who, tired of life in Calcutta, steals money from his father in order to afford a passage to Britain and while there, falls in love with a white woman.[1]

Cast

Reception

Walter Goodman of The New York Times didn't give the film a good review stating:

The occasional sharp line in Celine La Freniere's screenplay points up the general dullness of the plot, which originated in a novel by Roderick Mann. It is a collection of passingly amusing incidents without a strong connecting line or a consistent tone. Little happens to keep us wondering what will happen next. The burden falls on Mr. Banerjee, and it proves too much even for so engaging an actor.[2]

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