January 3rd, 2001


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Love can survive any Storm

Release Year: 2001

Rating: 3.6/10 (134 voted)

Director: Jag Mundhra

Stars: Richard Tyson, Helen Brodie, Doug Jeffery

Writers: Jag Mundhra, Greg Heffernan

Richard Tyson - Gaspar Dias / Kenneth Blake
Helen Brodie - Dona Paula / Leela Miranda
Doug Jeffery - Corteza
Jenny McShane - Sally Stephens
Gulshan Grover - Brian Miranda
Faizal Ahmed - Goon #3
Murad Ali - Auto Rickshaw Driver
Victor Bhalla - Advisor #2
Ashwani Chopra - Inspector D'souza (as Ashwini Chopra)
Inacio D'Souza - Bartender
Farah - Dancer at the Party
Simon Fernandes - Advisor #1
Durga Jasraj - Jogan
Jimmy - Goon #4
Manuel - Bell Boy

Taglines: Love can survive any Storm

Release Date: 3 Jan 2001

Filming Locations: Goa, India

User Review

This Film is actually very good

Rating: 8/10

I saw this film and think it shows Goa, India, very nicely. Goa is featured in the Bourne Supremacy opening sequence--but so fast you don't get a feel for it. This film captures Goa beautifully. It also has a story line that appeals to a lot of American men and women. I told my brother in Idaho to check it out and he and his 20 year old sons said it was a great movie. I particularly liked Matt McCoy as the Interpol agent working undercover. Matt was well known in Hand That Rocks The Cradle and LA Confidential. He's really quite good. Gulshan Grover is a bit over the top as the villain, but Richard Tyson is really quite good as the Pentagon official lost in India and hopelessly in love with beautiful Helen Brodie, the Indian model. If you just want an exotic adventure in exotic India this is a great escape. The ending and back story of the past works very well too.