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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.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||118515090|
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|Product Release Date||07/02/2002|
|Theatrical Release Year||1982|
|Actors||Trevor Howard, Candice Bergen, Edward Fox, Ben Kingsley, Martin Sheen, John Gielgud, Rohini Hattangady, John Mills|
|Rating Info||Medium Level Violence|
|Number of Discs||1|
|Subgenre||Award-Bafta-Director, True Story, Award-Bafta-Sup Actress, Award-Oscar-Picture, Award-Bafta-Actor, Award-Bafta-Film, Award-Oscar-Director, Award-Oscar-Actor|
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Gandhi can teach us all
This is the true story of a man who saw wrong in the world, and set about trying to right it. The message for all of us is that a life of simplicity brings its own rewards. There are no pretensions about Gandhi, He chose to live the life of a peasant to fully understand them and the trials they endured and to fight on their behalf against the injustices of the British colonial government. It's a story about power and inequality and how one man changed the course of history, because of his RIGHTEOUSNESS. A message for western civilization is that our obsession with the accumulation of goods and our craving for prestige are not values which lead to enduring happiness.