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The Darjeeling Limited (Criterion) (2007)

Cast: Blaise Corrigan, Keith Siglinger, Rishi Rana, more...
Director: Wes Anderson, Wes Anderson
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Studio: Criterion
Genre: Comedies, Drama, Dysfunctional Families, Quest, Road Movies
Languages: English, Spanish
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
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The Darjeeling Limited (Criterion) (2007)
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. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide

The Darjeeling Limited (Criterion) (Bonus Disc) (2007)
  • Anderson's short film Hotel Chevalier (part one of The Darjeeling Limited)
  • Behind-the-scenes documentary by Barry Braverman
  • Anderson and filmmaker James Ivory discussing the film's music
  • Anderson's American Express commercial
  • On-set footage shot by Coppola and actor Waris Ahluwalia
  • Audition footage, deleted and alternate scenes, and stills galleries

GreenCine Member Ratings

The Darjeeling Limited (Criterion) (2007)
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7.11 (62 votes)
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GreenCine Member Reviews

I wonder if the three of us would've been friends in real life. Not as brothers, but as people. by troublemaker June 17, 2008 - 2:15 AM PDT
1 out of 4 members found this review helpful
On first viewing, I was annoyed by this film simply by the stylistic elements of the feature and couldn't get over it. "Oh another Wes Anderson piece, here we go again" I thought. The soundtrack I was going to inevitably like and purchase, the telltale static shots, and quirky 2-dimensional characters. From the man who brought us The Royal Tenenbaums and Rushmore, I expected and wanted... more. I was beginning to believe his once unique style of storytelling was becoming stale, redundant, and empty like it had felt in The Life Aquatic.

On a second viewing, I felt myself inexplicably, deeply moved. I found myself laughing and affected by the characters. I can't tell you what ended up clicking and why, but something about this film resonated on a repeat viewing. Maybe it was the way this film seems to cherish the imperfect qualities that make us all human. Or maybe I'm still sappy for Wes' style even though I wear a guise of being resentful of it, who knows.

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