When Sir Vidia Naipaul agreed to have a film made about him he said he wanted it to be “as personal as possible”. This is indeed a candid personal portrait, presenting the 2001 Nobel Laureate for Literature in the three places that have been most influential to his writing career: his native Trinidad, his ancestral home of India, and Wiltshire in england, where he lived for many years. A moving and touching documentary being shown as a tribute to the late author.
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Adam Low is a director and producer, known for Alan Bennett's Diaries (2016), Arena (1975) and Voices from Robben Island (1994).