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I saw this movie at the 2006 Palm Springs International Movie Festival and this movie was well attended and received by the audiences there. Dominic Savage comes out with a cute powerful movie for his directorial large screen debut in a movie he also wrote. It's a reworking of an old theme of two folks from various cultures falling in love and the inevitable issues they face when cultures clash but this is rendered well and reflects the very true misconceptions and prejudices of a modern town in the UK. The movie has a true raw gritty look and has some of the feel of a modern West Side Storyline in it's Romeo & Juliet tension and a modern American Graffiti in it's capturing of children with vehicles in a contemporary cruise-scene environment. The ending was a tiny low but I would rate it a 6.5 of a scale of 10 and suggest it.
To judge by the comments here, it's one of those movies you indeed either love or hate. I loved it; to me, coming from the north of England, the characters and dialogue were utterly convincing and compelling. (Maybe because the decent, fair-minded chap who ran the wallpaper store reminded me of my Dad... unfortunately some of the another characters, with their odious and ignorant views, I recognised too.)To me, the only trouble was the over-reliance on coincidences (oh, so Greek drama). But I liked the fact that many of the expected clichés were avoided.So, Hollywood it ain't. If you like your movies smartly scripted and smoothly acted, you may well hate the Loach-style rough edges. But for me, this raw and bluntly honest movie was one of the most strong pieces of cinema of the year. And, actually, excellently acted. Throughout I kept saying, that's what it's like. That's just what they do. That's exactly what they say. And, by gosh, I want it wasn't.
The film wears it's message on it's sleeve. It's about racism in England. No, not Black v. White, but Brown v. White. A Pakistani British woman gets a job in a wallpaper store. There she is welcomed by all but the man to whom she is assigned to as a trainee. He is surly, largely mute, and it's clear he hates "Pakis." In the mean time we are introduced to an older Pakistani male who works at a factory and has to contend with the racial digs of his fellows. One man, a manager, hesitantly engages him in talk, but he shows his prejudices with his ignorance of the another man's culture. The message is clear: If you are a Brit, then there is only one cultural standard and that is working class neanderthalism.Soon enough we see the folks are linked. The woman is the sister of the Pakistani man, and his strictures to her are clear: don't date "Goras(?)", i.e. local Brits. It is also clear that these guidelines apply to her but not to him.The woman befriends other woman at work, who is clearly out for wanton pleasure. This mate turns out to be the daughter of the boy who is the manager of the Pakistani male. When the women are seen walking home by the Pakistani male he chides her for "hanging out" with the wrong sort.So far so good. Is the film going to present us the British working class ethnocentrism, and amorality, clashing with a more rigid, religious imported culture? Yes, but it's also going to present us the hypocrisy and male chauvinism of the Pakistani male.To finished the circle and connect all the characters the Pakistani male picks up the mate of his sister. This is done in a manner highly parallel to picking up a whore; she sits on a bench with a friend, all tarted up, and they receive into the vehicle of whomever that drives by. The Pakistani male is right: she is the wrong sort, but she's the sort that turns him on, and to his chagrin he eventually falls for her.In the mean time we see more into the reasons for the Pakistani women being ignored by the man at work. His brother and mother are proud racists. The brother makes it clear that "shagging" a "Paki" would be grounds for expulsion from the "white" race, and his mother hates them because she blames them for having more entrepreneurial skill than she does.It is therefore inevitable that he will create a pass at the Pakistani girl, if only to taste forbidden fruit.Having set us up, it is actually only a question of how the film will bring all these inevitable collisions together, and whether anyone will walk away from the smoke! Collisions do occur, and folks receive beaten up, but the young couple, actually deeply in love, cast off away from their families, in find of a more tolerant lifestyle. Nothing is told of the inevitable cultural and religious clashes ahead of them when the love glow ebbs, but at least they don't end up committing suicide! The message is clear: love wins out from intolerance and familial dark holes! It's a great message if an overly optimistic and unrealistic one.
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