An Indian-American man who is about to turn 30 gets help from his parents and extended family to start looking for a wife in the traditional Indian way.
Directed by Ravi and Geeta Patel
Initial Review by Phil Crone
I have a friend at work with the last name Patel. We’ve had lunch together, hung out on a couple weekends, and are familiar enough that if I ever leave my company, I think we’d stay in touch and still see each other a few times a year. He’s early 30’s and single. In short, his situation isn’t much different from Ravi’s.
A few years or so ago, my sister told me about a novel she just finished for her book club. She raved about it and, upon watching the movie, told me that I need to read and watch it. It's been on my radar ever since, but I still haven't read the novel and this was my first viewing of the film. All I knew going in was that it's dark and 'messed up.'
No writeup this week. Instead we podcasted. Dig into the comments for more discussion.
I loved this movie. -Blair
JUST SOME IDIOTS GIVING SURPRISINGLY AVERAGE MOVIE REVIEWS.