A group of British retirees are enticed by advertisements to travel to India to stay at the Marigold Hotel, which has been restored as a retirement home by a young Indian man (Dev Patel) with the best of intentions.
However, when they arrive, they find the living accommodations aren't quite as luxurious as portrayed in the brochure. Despite having to cope with broken furniture, phones that don't work and food they can't pronounce, they share a number of unconventional but hilarious experiences that bring them closer together.
Based on the novel "These Foolish Things" by Deborah Moggach.
cheesy but likeable film about old people, who need a change in life.
Wonderful movie I watched with my mom who is also "beginning" again. Has laughter, tears, and good advice. Overall, a warm, feel good movie.
a 4 stars!!!, is everybody o.k. ?, I don't think so!, I WANT MY MONEY BACK!, I decided to see this movie because when I saw the trailer I founded funny but no!! it fooled me!!, it was depressing, after 30 minutes I stopped watching it. (think twice before putting money into this)