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The Darjeeling Limited

The Darjeeling Limited

Director: Wes Anderson Cast: Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Jason Schwartzman

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Wes Anderson's The Darjeeling Limited stars Owen Wilson, Jason Schwartzman, and Adrien Brody as three brothers who, at the insistence of the oldest, take a train ride through India together in order to strengthen their bond. Even though the vacation goes wrong in ways they do not anticipate, the strangeness of their setting and some revealing honesty produces some surprising changes between them all.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/12/2010
UPC: 0715515063319
Original Release: 2007
Rating: R
Source: Criterion
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound]
Time: 1:31:00
Sales rank: 257

Special Features

Audio commentary featuring Anderson and cowriters Jason Schwartzman and Roman Coppola; Behind-the-scenes documentary by Barry Broverman - discussion between Anderson and filmmaker James Ivory on the music used in the film; Anderson's American Express commercial; On-set footage shot by Coppola and actor Waris Ahluwala; Audition footage; Deleted and alternate scenes; Stills galleries form James Hamilton, Laura Wilson, and Sylvia Plachy; Original theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Owen Wilson Francis Whitman
Adrien Brody Peter Whitman
Jason Schwartzman Jack Whitman
Amara Karan Rita
Wallace Wolodarsky Brendan
Waris Ahluwalia The Chief Steward
Irfan Khan The Father
Barbet Schroeder The Mechanic
Camilla Rutherford Alice
Bill Murray The Businessman
Anjelica Huston Patricia
Archana Puran Singh Taxi Driver
Kumar Pallana Old Man
Dalpat Singh Waiter
Trudy Mathis German Lady #1
Margot Godros German Lady #2
Hitesh Sindi Electronics Vendor
Kishen Lal Shoe Vendor
Bhawani Sankar Pepper Spray Vendor
Mukhtiar Bhai Pet Shop Vendor
Suraj Kumar Shoeshine Boy
Kapil Dubey Boy on Bicycle
Mulchand Dedhia Engineer
Dinesh Bishnoi Oldest Boy
Mukesh Bishnoi Middle Boy
Ramesh Bishnoi Youngest Boy
Sriharsh Sharma Boy With Handkerchief
Chanduram Bishnoi Village Elder
Sajjanji Bishnoi Doctor
Pukaram Bishnoi Old Man in Village
Shushila Devi Mother
Ratan Lal Ji Villager
Arun Bishnoi Villager
Jhalaram Bishnoi Villager
Mularam Bishnoi Villager
Anand Pathe Villager
Bhawar Lal Villager
Kaana Ram Villager
Rupa Ram Villager
Shava Ram Villager
Ruka Ram Villager
Bhura Ram Villager
Buramji Ram Villager
Tuka Ram Villager
Bhanwar Singh Villager
Bhanwar Paliwal Villager
Moti Ram Villager
Kishna Ram Villager
Khewal Ram Paliwal Villager
Ravi Acharya Villager
Jai Prakash Sharma Villager
Badhri Dave Hindu Priest
Vincetta Easley Garage Cashier
John Joseph Gallagher Tow Truck Driver
Captain G.B. Singh Pilot
Bhavna Narang Flight Attendant
Sunil Chhabra Co-Pilot
Narender Singh Hada Co-Pilot
Thupten Gyatso Oberoi
Gurdeep Singh Chief Steward (Bengal Lancer)
Charu Shankar Stewardess (Bengal Lancer)
Natalie Portman Jack's X-Girlfriend
Andrew Massey Tiger Puppeteer

Technical Credits
Wes Anderson Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Harish Amin Production Manager
Alice Bamford Co-producer
Milena Canonero Costumes/Costume Designer
Emilie Cherpitel Asst. Director
Roman Coppola Producer,Screenwriter
Blaise Corrigan Stunts
Jeremy Dawson Co-producer
Roopa De Choudhury Consultant/advisor
Mark Friedberg Production Designer
Frances Hannon Makeup
Anadil Hossain Co-producer
Simona Migliotti Set Decoration/Design
Lydia Dean Pilcher Producer
Randall Poster Musical Direction/Supervision
Prasad Productions Camera Operator
Steven Rales Executive Producer
Jitendra Singh Rana Stunts
Rishi Rana Stunts
Jacob Ribicoff Sound/Sound Designer
Scott Rudin Producer
Jason Schwartzman Screenwriter
Aradhana Seth Art Director
Keith Siglinger Stunts
Vishal Singh Stunts
Adam Stockhausen Art Director
Pawel Wdowczak Sound/Sound Designer
Andrew Weisblum Editor
Robert Yeoman Cinematographer

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The Darjeeling Limited 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
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As an admitted fan of director Wes Anderson, "Darjeeling" proved to be one of his strongest films to date. From "Bottle Rocket" through "Life Aquatic" one is able to see the development of the auteur as he tightens up his stylistic concerns. Personally, although I kept wondering if Adrien Brody was simply a stand-in for Luke Wilson, I found a tight marriage with the trilogy of writers: Anderson, Schwartzman "also plays brother Jack Witman", and Roman Coppola. The credit also needs to go to Robert Yeoman, DP, that has directed the imagery that defines an Anderson film from sketches to placing the viewer into the scene. Anderson and Co. perfectly wove the narrative, visuals and music to flow effortlessly with near perfection. The nuances of Anderson's vision becomes more pronounced, although one could easily argue that some scenes become too Anderson-y. I look forward to keeping up with "The Fantastic Mr. Fox" set for a 2009 release. I just hope Anderson does not over use style to become the cliche.
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All of director Wes Anderson's films deal with heavy subject matter, though they are seen frequently through a prism of nonchalance, forced indifference, or in subtle mockery. While concerning itself in part with India's supposed abilities at self realization, Anderson's film borders on the latter, an at times comical perspective on the country that rides a very thin line between 'cute' and 'self absorbed.' The characters are hardly likeable, as per usual. An estranged mother and three disillusioned brothers searching for something bigger than themselves in the midst of something even bigger than that concludes the necessary family drama. A few Kinks songs and a hyperbolic concept of atmosphere, but of course. The formulaic nature of his films becomes all to obvious. And yet, everything looks so pretty it's hard to stay irritated. A few saving scenes with lazy wit, a climax worthy of a far more serious director, and a nice soundtrack. A film for early afternoon.
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Well, the first thing I thought after seeing this movie is that it literally reeked of Wes Anderson - and I don't mean that in a bad way. But seriously, you could see it a mile off. Anyway, it was very fascinating, and enjoyable, and ever so slightly thought-provoking, and, well, good. Give it a try, especially if you're in the mood for something quirky.
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