Masterpiece: Indian Summers Season 2 DVD & Blu-ray

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Item #: WA8032
It is 1935. Three years have passed, and as the seasons turn, so too do the machinations of a rising revolution. As a new summer falls upon the foothills of India's Little England, Simla, political tensions reach fever point. With help from the scheming Cynthia (Julie Walters), Ralph faces the most pivotal year of his career. Alice's husband has followed ... More
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It is 1935. Three years have passed, and as the seasons turn, so too do the machinations of a rising revolution. As a new summer falls upon the foothills of India's Little England, Simla, political tensions reach fever point. With help from the scheming Cynthia (Julie Walters), Ralph faces the most pivotal year of his career. Alice's husband has followed her to India, and Aafrin's ascending career may be in jeopardy. 

Episodes 7, 8, 9 and 10 contain scenes which may not be suitable for all audiences. View discretion is advised.

Producer: Dan Winch
Executive Producer: Charles Pattinson, Elaine Pyke, Willow Grylls, Rebecca Eaton, Simon Curtis, Paul Rutman
Production Company: New Pictures Ltd.
Production Year: 2016
Copyright Year: 2016
Rating: TV-MA
Actors: Nikesh Patel, Julie Walters, Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Jemima West
Writers: Anna Symon, Lisa McGee, Paul Rutman
Number of Discs: 4
Length: 520 minutes
Subtitled: Y
Subtitle Languages: English (SDH)
Audio Format: Stereo
Aspect Ratio: 16x9 Widescreen
Content Warning: The following drama contains scenes which may not be suitable for all audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.

"…there's something addictive and delicious that keeps one coming back to Indian Summers, whether it is the incredible acting from the powerful cast, the beautiful sets and landscapes of Penang, Malaysia standing in for Colonial India, or the remarkable character developments from the writers.Indian Summers sways along like a warm tropical breeze before the monsoons. It's a stormy delight of passions, intrigues, and romance set in the days before Indian independence and it percolates and simmers…The second season does better at folding in some of the wider points of the era and quickening the pace, while also maintaining the gorgeous production and core of the series." - TheatreByte 



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