Earheart's mystique takes wing again

Document author(s):
David Carr
Document source:
New York Times
Publication date:
October 18, 2009
Document type:
Number of pages:
Source pagination:
AR1, AR13
Document name subject:
Mira Nair and Hilary Swank
Document contains:
production co
Related films:
  • Salaam Bombay! — Nair, Mira — India; France; Great Britain — 1988
  • Monsoon wedding — Nair, Mira — India; France; Germany; Italy; United States — 2001
  • The namesake — Nair, Mira — United States; India — 2006
  • Amelia — Nair, Mira — United States — 2009
Film country(ies):
France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Italy, and United States
Film language(s):
Bengali, English, French, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu
Film production company:
AE Electra Productions, Avalon Pictures, Baron Pictures, Cadragee, Channel Four Films, Cine Mosaic, Delhi Dot Com, Doodarshan, Entertainment Farm, Forum Films, Fox Searchlight Pictures, IFC Films, Key Films, La Sept Cinéma, Mirabai Films, National Film Development Corporation of India, Pandora Filmproduktion GmbH, and UTV Motion Pictures (India)
Film genre(s):
Adaptation, Comedy, Drama, Family, Feature, Romance, and Social problem
Film subject(s):
  • Air pilots' spouses -- United States -- Drama
  • Arranged marriage -- India -- Drama
  • Bombay (India) -- Social conditions -- Drama
  • Distinguished Flying Cross (Medal) -- Drama
  • Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937 -- Drama
  • East Indian Americans -- New York (State) -- New York -- Drama
  • East Indians -- New York (State) -- New York -- Drama
  • Family life -- Drama
  • Homeless youth -- India -- Bombay -- Drama
  • Immigrants -- New York (State) -- New York -- Drama
  • Lahiri, Jhumpa. Namesake -- Film and video adaptations
  • Man-woman relationships -- Drama
  • Rural-urban migration -- India -- Drama
  • Weddings -- India -- Drama
  • Women air pilots -- United States -- Drama
  • Youth -- India -- Bombay -- Social conditions -- Drama

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