Previously at the ICA - Films

Still: The Buddha of Suburbia

Q&A screening: The Buddha of Suburbia

9 Sep 2007

First screened on British television in 1993, Hanif Kureishi's four-part adaptation of his own novel charts the difficult, funny and colourful coming-of-age of Karim Amir, a young half-Indian man growing up in 1970s Britain with dreams of becoming an actor. Enjoy the full saga, with its original score by David Bowie, on the big-screen in one afternoon, followed by a Q&A with Kureishi and producer Kevin Loader, the creative team who went on to make The Mother and Venus together. Also appearing will be Steven Mackintosh, Nisha Nayar, Harish Patel, Baddi Uzzaman and Gemma Redgrave (tbc).

 

Dir Roger Michell, UK 1993, 240 mins (plus hour-long interval)

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