Kim (1950), NR
Kim (1950), MGM/Photofest © MGM
- 5:30 pm – 7:15 pm
- Victor Saville
During the British Raj, the orphan (Dean Stockwell) of a British soldier poses as a Hindu and is torn between his loyalty to a Buddhist mystic (Errol Flynn) and aiding the English secret service. The film is based on the novel Kim by Rudyard Kipling, first published in book form in 1901.
- Free with admission
Tours & Talks:
Join us for an enchanting evening exploring the Museum’s Indian art collection. Take an artful meditation tour of select works in the collection or learn tips on meditation in a drop-in session in the Asian Sculpture Garden. Enjoy the sounds of the tabla, tanpura, sirod and cello in the galleries, or stop by the Theater to see works come to life as dancers re-create the poses seen in sculptures from India. Families, create a drum inspired by the rhythmic movements in the sculptures, or challenge a friend to a game of chess in the galleries and garden. Enjoy the flavors of India with treats and drinks available for purchase in the Garden Café. MORE INFO