A company of British soldiers in colonial India is shaken when the widow of their most honored hero is assaulted. A young officer must defend a fellow Lieutenant from the charges in an unusual court-martial, while investigating the deepening mystery behind the attack.
An unspeakable crime among officers and ladies.
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This movie was voted as one of the Top Ten Films of the Year by the U.S.'s National Board of Review in 1975. See more
2nd Lt. Arthur Drake
I find that I cannot put the honor of the regiment above my own.
The beginning of the closing credits features a sepia-toned still photograph of a mustachioed British Army officer in uniform and a caption that reads:
L.F. Roach Major 20th Indian Light Cavalry Killed in action -- Ratjaphur --1878
The photograph fades into a cast photo over which the closing credits roll. There is no indication as whether or not the person pictured was actually Major Roach. See more