7 Sins Forgiven: Berlin Review
This star-studded sixth feature by Indian director Vishal Bhardwaj is a cocktail of passion, sex and violent death, spiced with local color and laced with wicked humor.
BERLIN — Greatly expanded from on a four-page story by septuagenarian Anglo-Indian author Ruskin Bond, 7 Sins Forgiven, co-written by Hollywood veteran Matthew Robbins — one time a close collaborator of Lucas and Spielberg — is a cocktail of passion, sex and violent death, spiced with local color and laced with wicked humor.
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