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(212) 5.9 89 min 2018

The Doctor from India is a movie starring Vasant Lad, Deepak Chopra, and Mohandas K. Gandhi. The story of Dr. Vasant Lad's mission to bring the ancient health care system of wellness called Ayurveda from India to the West in the...

Mohandas K. Gandhi, Deepak Chopra, Vasant Lad
Jeremy Frindel

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Jeremy Frindel
Stars Mohandas K. Gandhi, Deepak Chopra, Vasant Lad
Country USA
Also Known As O médico indiano, Der Doktor aus Indien
Runtime 1H 29M
Description The story of Dr. Vasant Lad's mission to bring the ancient health care system of wellness called Ayurveda from India to the West in the late 1970s. From the director of One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das.

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Tuesday, 25 Aug 2020 17:09

Doctor Who was a huge sensation when it was created in 1963, and it was a turning point in the long, multi-decade-long run of the franchise. Dr Who's special abilities were being teased, and challenged, and finally being fully realized in the last years of the series. How did the showrunners react to the big reveal at the end of the last series, Doctor Who's 50th episode? It's a beautiful, thoughtful documentary about the show, and how it was created, how it has grown and evolved, and the show has moved into new territory with the modern generation, and the anniversary of the TV series' debut, is something I'm sure will bring plenty of tears to many a Doctor Who fan. But it's also a fascinating look into the past of the show, and how it had grown to dominate the world of television. It's a poignant look at how the show was created, and how it has changed, and changed into new territory, but also how it still is, and it will always be, the best show in the world, and the reason millions flock to Doctor Who each week. Bigger than ever, it looks back at how the show has evolved, and how it has never been better. Now that we're about a decade into the future, the show has evolved into something very different, something it never could have ever been. Some of it is due to advances in technology and the discovery of alien worlds, or the monsters, or the latest trends in TV, or to the evolution of the series. But it's also a combination of new technological innovations, and the whole new breed of sci-fi/fantasy. The special effects have always been the best part of the show, and in the new era of Doctor Who, it's even better. It's what Doctor Who has always been, and it's what Doctor Who is best. The Doctor is actually quite similar to who we are now, though we have new versions of the old, and old versions of the new. His face is still the same, and it's a great look, and not just for him. The same goes for the clothing, the hair, the whole look. But the Doctor does change, and in the new era of Doctor Who, he has become less of a man, and more of a warrior, and has become a master. There is one thing the showrunners are quick to mention, and that's the looks, and that is something I don't think is ever going to be lost. Now that the series is over, the show is going into its glory, and while I'm sure there will always be many fans who will always have a special place for the show, there will always be new fans that will have a special place for the show. It's a bit sad, and I think I'd be very happy if that were to happen. The show is a special time, and it will always be. It will always be a hallmark of what Doctor Who is all about, and it's just a shame that the show won't be there for us all, and it'll be gone in 10 years, or more, and we'll be left with something we'll never have in our life. That's sad, and that's something I really, really love about the show. I don't think I can have a Doctor Who fan story without that, it's a special time that we have for Doctor Who, and this film, in my opinion, is a special story for the show. In my mind, this film really captures the feeling and emotions of the show perfectly. It's a shame that the show will never be there for us, but it's something that we have for Doctor Who. I think it's a wonderful film, and the whole thing is beautifully done. There are no flaws with this film. The set designs, the costumes, and the entire production of the film really do capture the feeling of the show. But the thing that really really brings the feel of Doctor Who into the modern age is the music
Sunday, 23 Aug 2020 05:19

This film was released in the UK by the BBC during the 60s. It was a political documentary with a political agenda, and it was also a much needed tale of two brothers and their story, because there was no story there. This film is similar to The Propaganda Game, which was released in France in 1965. Both films followed the story of a group of guys who felt that it was their duty to help those who are the victims of government propaganda. Both are best described as a tale of two brothers, and the folly of ideology and free speech. The film opens with the reaction of some Englishmen in Africa, who objected to the use of the word 'tit for tat' in their social-message. The implication was that using a word which is associated with the name of a colonial power was an insult to British people. After all, the English are part of the British Empire. The phrase 'tit for tat' is not a nice expression, but one of the things that made the English part of the British Empire. I've seen a lot of films with political agendas, from most western countries, but this was the first film to show how the British government was spreading a propaganda that oppressed its own people, and the people of many other countries. It was only a few years after the First World War, but the ideology was well established. It was certainly a revolutionary event in British history, and still reverberates in the UK. Some people may object to the political content of this film, and may feel that it is anti-imperialist. But it is a political film, and so is the film just about the victims of communism, this film was about them. I am sure that it was because of the attitude of the authorities towards communist groups that they all felt that it was their duty to help these victims. The fact that the authorities were not attacking the victims of communism directly, but using this as an excuse to use propaganda to destroy the world was one of the reasons why the British had to use such a powerful propaganda to help the victims. This film did a good job showing the villainy of the British, and not only the communist groups, but also their reputation as an exceptional nation, who were accused of being the greatest power on earth. It was a wonderful picture, and shows how hard it was to defend free speech after the war.
Monday, 10 Aug 2020 15:51

This is a documentary/film, and also a major departure from the style that I normally take in. I watched the film about an hour ago, and have already been changed from how I normally am. I was not expecting this to be a documentary, but I did expect it to be dark, I mean it is dark, there is no sun, we see a shot of the sun rising out of the ocean, when it rises the same shot is made of the moon, and no moon. So the film will probably stand out to someone, but that could have been taken out. We do see the global warming issue, the and death of the people that was affected by it. The big focus is the relationship between the poor and the rich, or the low class and the rich. When we talk about the poor people, we get treated like animals. You want to be like them? This is one of the main themes of the film. I think the director also put a lot of emphasis on the amount of cigarettes people smoke, and that was very good. People have a right to speak their opinion, and I think the director took some of the wrong aspects of that. I also liked the fact that it didn't show the people of Africa in an unpleasant light. Most of the movies do that, I think, because it's profitable. But I do not think it was wrong. If you watch this, you'll know what I'm talking about. Overall I liked it, but it had its faults. I think the director could have taken some things out, and improved the film. The films plot could have been better. This would be a lot better if it was an hour and a half, it would be much better. Overall, I think it was a great movie, but it could have been better.
Tuesday, 28 Jul 2020 16:52

I have not seen this movie in the theaters. So it is very hard to know what I'm going to feel about this film. Is it a dull documentary, a gentle documentary, a tough documentary or a witty documentary? At least this movie, from the very beginning of it, managed to tell me that it's not a documentary but a comedy of errors and mistakes. I love funny movies and this is one of them. The slow motion pictures is actually entertaining. Even the visual parts were impressive. The use of light is very clever. It's really obvious that the director has a lot of experience in photography and at the same time, he did something very different. The story does not depend on the facts that happens in that laboratory, it is only an explanation of the mistakes that have been done. Even the film, the first part of it, is very impressive. As we see the routine of the scientists and the mistakes they do, we see how the movie itself must have been made. I would like to know what the director of the movie, who has also worked on films like 'The Wrong Man', 'The Surrogates', 'The Iron Lady', 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon', 'The Naked Gun 1-6' and 'A Kiss Before Dying', thinks about his films and how they are put together. It's not surprising that he is famous for the strong visual images but it's still interesting to know what he thinks. I enjoyed it very much. I didn't even realize that it was a documentary but I really enjoyed it. I recommend it to everyone who likes funny movies and documentaries. 7/10

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