The situation on the Calcutta set of Patrick Swayze's new movie, "City of Joy," has calmed down. Protesters had thrown bombs onto the set last week, claiming the book that the movie is based on portrayed the Indian city as rife with corruption and prostitution. Swayze and director Roland Joffe blamed the trouble on a few agitators and they have only good things to say about the spirit of the impoverished locals. "I expected the smog and the traffic and the trhongs of people," Swayze said. "But it is disconcerting - these people who live in such sorrow. How can they have such beautiful smiles and be so willing to show them to you? They've got a line on something we don't."
ALL'S QUIET ON `CITY OF JOY' SET
By Deseret News