Handsome and broke, Vikram (played by Ashutosh Gowariker, director of Oscar-nominated Lagaan) arrives from Bombay to find his college plans have fallen through. Exploring exotic San Francisco, he discovers and falls for Sue (Heidi Carpenter), a feisty bohemian artist. With his visa running out, Vikram resorts to desperate measures to stay in the country -- including a hilariously bungled burglary and an impromptu curbside wedding. It all ends happily with a fairy-tale dance number right out of an Indian musical. A "lost" classic from the height of the American Independent era, David Rathod's West is West will warm your heart and make you laugh outloud!
DVD features four shorts by David Rathod: Henry’s River, Distant Traveller, San Francisco: Then and Now and The Cast.
Also available in 35mm prints for theatrical and nontheatrical screenings. Contact Milestone for price and availability!
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