"There are no Soldiers Anymore": The Persistence of Anglo-Indian Stereotypes in "Bow Barracks Forever"
Kathleen Cassity reviews "Bow Barracks Forever," a current film on Anglo-Indians. She critically examines its basis and with her nuanced reading of its various constructs she exposes its stereotypes of Anglo-Indian men and women and their customs, its often confused though hardly malevolent approach to an Anglo-Indian subject that it purports to empathise with.
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