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Gandhi blu-ray £4.99 at Amazon (Prime or add £1.99)
Gandhi blu-ray £4.99 at Amazon (Prime or add £1.99)

Gandhi blu-ray £4.99 at Amazon (Prime or add £1.99)

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Sir Ben Kingsley stars as Mohandas Gandhi in Lord Richard Attenborough's riveting biography of the man who rose from simple lawyer to worldwide symbol of peace and understanding. A critical masterpiece, GANDHI is an intriguing story about activism, politics, religious tolerance and freedom. But at the center of it all is an extraordinary man who fought for a nonviolent, peaceful existence, and set an entire nation free. Winner of 8 Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Best Director (Richard Attenborough) and Best Actor (Sir Ben Kingsley), GANDHI's highly acclaimed cast also includes Candice Bergen, Edward Fox, Sir John Gielgud, Roshan Seth and Martin Sheen.



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Ghandi?

nandunanu

Ghandi?



Doesn't Ghandi mean bad odour? However OP could have looked at the cover and checked spelling of Gandhi

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adamnsu

Doesn't Ghandi mean bad odour? However OP could have looked at the cover … Doesn't Ghandi mean bad odour? However OP could have looked at the cover and checked spelling of Gandhi



Bloody autocorrect. The first time I posted it - it changed blu-ray to blurry!

It is better to be violent, if there is violence in our hearts, than to put on the cloak of nonviolence to cover impotence. oO - Ghandi says what!?
Edited by: "JumpMan1980" 15th Jul

masterpiece. great story and what world needs right now. non violemce.

Ahh.. One of the best biographical movies.. Am an Indian so I might be biased... But what he did under those circumstances was extra ordinary.....
Edited by: "Goal" 15th Jul

Preferred Sexy Beast!

Gandhi did so much for Indian independence. This led to no more poverty, no more caste system and everyone had a basic standard of living with the income inequality made better for all. Yay!

Oh wait..

But still he was failed to make enough toilets in India

trd

Gandhi did so much for Indian independence. This led to no more poverty, … Gandhi did so much for Indian independence. This led to no more poverty, no more caste system and everyone had a basic standard of living with the income inequality made better for all. Yay!Oh wait..

​Thank you! Finally someone speaking some truth!
The whole world has this blinded notion that Gandhi was this all peaceful bringer of equality and freedom without having a clue what he even did.
Gandhi was simply a good manipulator of the "privileged" situation he was in. Nothing more.

If you want to know about the greatest indian who truly deserves to be known and respected in this way then take a moment to lookup Dr. Ambedkar.
Edited by: "Daves_mate" 16th Jul

Rodney: People become famous for a little while then they disappear. Like Renee and Renato...Simon Dee...

Trigger:...Or Gandhi.

Rodney: Yeah, yeah exactly. See, so maybe this time, it's our...Gandhi?!

Trigger: Yeah. I mean, he made one great film and then you never saw him again.

trd

Gandhi did so much for Indian independence. This led to no more poverty, … Gandhi did so much for Indian independence. This led to no more poverty, no more caste system and everyone had a basic standard of living with the income inequality made better for all. Yay!Oh wait..


And... What have you done... ?

Daves_mate

Thank you! Finally someone speaking some truth!The whole world has this … Thank you! Finally someone speaking some truth!The whole world has this blinded notion that Gandhi was this all peaceful bringer or equality and freedom without having a clue what he even did. Gandhi was simply a good manipulator of the "privileged" situation he was in. Nothing more.If you want to know about the greatest indian who truly deserves to be known and respected in this way then take a moment to lookup Dr. Ambedkar.



It's the same with Mandela. He supported and encouraged violence and murder. Winnie Mandela (wife) supported Necklacing, which is no better than ISIS executions, completely barbaric. I'm of course not saying both sides didn't cause great atrocities, but history has a funny way of ignoring the darker side of world "heroes".

Anyways, great price. Hot.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 16th Jul
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