"Lass is More" Discusses "Broken Horses" with Vidhu Vinod Chopra

This morning, “Lass is More” is back with a new episode!

In this latest foray into filmmaking, we talk to Vidhu Vinod Chopra, an Indian writer/director/producer.  Chopra, who has been a part of a number of very successful Bollywood films for decades, has made his first movie on this side of the Atlantic, “Broken Horses.”  A western, the tale focuses on two brothers, one of whom has fallen in with a less than great crowd.

As Chopra is an international figure working on his first Hollywood, much of our discussion centers around the differences in culture on-set and around making the film in general.  I am not sure that we get to any truly deep understandings, but Chopra does offer up a number of interesting insights.

“Broken Horses” is in theaters on April 10th.

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