An intermission is all that stands in the way of overseas films maximising their potential in the Indian sub-continent.
If you ever get the opportunity to watch a western film in a cinema in Mumbai, you will discover, as I did, during Nicholas Winding Refn’s Drive, the film will be paused, in the middle of a scene, before the story reaches its midpoint.
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