Lawyer and English eccentric Rupert Grey, and his wife Jan Grey are a couple in their late 60s. Once hashish smoking hippies, they still retain the sense of adventure that first drew them to each other. When Rupert decides he wants to drive the family’s heirloom 1930s Rolls Royce across north
Sharon Stone has produced this charming, meandering documentary. Following Rupert and Jan across some of the areas of India rarely seen by tourists, director Oliver McGarvey is spoiled for cinematographic choice. But this is far from being just another travelogue. The Grey’s journey speaks of family history (Rupert’s father served in India in the 1940s), an alternative view of ageing, and the strength of an incredible love between two people.
Their final destination is Dhaka where they want to attend Chobi Mela, a major international photographic conference, based around the power of image to effect social and political change.
Including interviews with locals, friends and the Grey’s adult daughters, this is a
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