A little romance, some intrigue and a whole lot of dancing and music are the hallmarks of the films made in India. Moviemakers there produce about 1,000 films a year that bring in billions of dollars globally. Classic Indian movies can be up to four hours long and have an intermission built in. Modern efforts aren't quite as long. Times staffers Caitlin E. O'Conner and Don Morris deconstruct the elements that make up a Bollywood movie in words and illustrations.