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Via Darjeeling (2008) & Rashomon (1950)
12 Apr, 2009 | Inspired Movies (Alphabetical) / U-V

"Via Darjeeling” is a modernized or a highly inspired version of Akira Kurosawa’s “Rashomon” (1950). The basic plot of the movie is very close to the Black & White Classic where everyone is giving his own interpretation of an event.

Amusingly, you can also spot Rajat Kapoor in a particular scene of "Via Darjeeling", holding the DVD of “Rashomon” in his hand while talking to the other character. May be it was director’s own innovative way of giving tribute to the master film-maker.
 

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