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Film scholar Gaston Roberge writes about his first experience of watching Satyajit Ray's 'Apu Trilogy' and compares it with his reading of Bibhutibhushan Banerjee's novel from which the trilogy was adapted.
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Titas De Sarkar: Let us begin with the time when you were born, in 1933... Soumendu Roy: 33' is my official date but I was born in 1932... T.D.S: If you could kindly say where... S.R: North Kolkata... T.D.S: When was the first time you gained an interest in cinematography and how? S.R:…
Satyajit Ray (1921–92) is no longer the only Indian filmmaker the world has heard of, but he remains the best-known. Ray’s international reputation, however, does not adequately reflect the complexities and ideological nuances of his films. Initially hailed as an Indian incarnation of Robert…