A Pakistani-American son keeps resists his Muslim parents’ bride candidate, he meets & falls in love with an American woman during one of his comedy gigs. They break up over his not telling his parents about her, & then she falls ill and is hospitalized.
A getaway driver nicknamed Baby, always plugged to his iPod, seeks to break away from the gang when he meets a lovely waitress who loves his music.
A group of Danes, including a kind & skillful pastor, come together in an Italian language course where romance blossoms among them & they take a dream trip.
The young heir to the throne in Bechuanaland upsets Britain’s government when he marries a white woman & refuses the government’s demand to annul the marriage.
James Baldwin’s voice is as prophetic today as ever. Click the image to read my entire review.
The story of how Gandhi, regarded as the Father of India’s independence , from South Africa to his nonviolent revolution in India.
When the head of an ad agency does not get over his grief for his dead child, his 3 partners hatch a complicated plot so that he will be declared mentally incompetent & they can save the agency from ruin.
In this ironically titled musical an aspiring actress & a would-be jazz pianist meet in Hollywood, fall in love, but find that success brings unexpected results–for themselves & for the audience.
An older lonely woman mounts a campaign that includes FaceBook to get the new art manager at her company to fall for her, even though he is about half her age.
Isabel Coixet’s 2005 film is such a sensitive study of human anguish and potential healing that I’m urging you to seek it out. Click the image to read my entire review.