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Full of scheming maharajahs, magnificent palaces, ferocious tigers, erotica, adultery and revenge, this two-part, Weimar-era Orientalist adventure-fantasy spectacle was one of the first German films to be set in India.
Please note that the silent film, The Indian Tomb, screening on Saturday November 17th at 2:00 PM will be shown without musical accompaniment.
- The Indian Tomb, Part One: The Mission of the Yogi
- Das indische Grabmal: Die Sendung des Yoghi
In the first part of director Joe May's silent Indian epic, a scheming maharajah (Conrad Veidt) sends a mystical yogi (Bernhard Goetzke) to Europe to fetch a celebrated architect and engage him on a ghoulish commission: building a tomb for the maharajah's adulterous, still-living wife.