Corrected entry: At approximately one hour into the film, Gandhi is shown wearing wire rimmed glasses with round lenses. At approximately the two hour point, the lenses now have a bi-focal segment that is a half circle in the lower section of the round lens. The addition of bi-focal lenses is consistent with the aging process, since the eyes can no longer focus on nearby objects. With bi-focal lenses, the lower portion of the lens is used for reading and the upper portion of the lens is used for distance. However, in subsequent scenes, Gandhi's glasses sometimes have the bi-focal lenses and sometimes they do not. His glasses alternate between bi-focal and regular lenses approximately seven times throughout the rest of the film. At the end, he is wearing black rimmed glasses without bi-focal lenses.Larry Kohut
Corrected entry: When one of the old British people is drinking coffee, what's in the cup isn't liquid, it doesn't move or splash around, it appears to be some kind of solid brown formation.
Margaret Bourke-White: So you really are going to Pakistan then? You are a stubborn man.
Gandhi: I'm simply going to prove to Hindus here and Muslims there that the only devils in the world are those running around in our own hearts. And that is where all our battles ought to be fought.
Margaret Bourke-White: So what kind of warrior have you been in that warfare?
Gandhi: Not a very good one. That's why I have so much tolerance for the other scoundrels of the world.
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