East is East / Fish and Chips [DVDrip] 1999
RIP+UP | XviD-1181 | mp3@128 | 688x288 | English & French | DVD Cover & Sticker | 1h37 | 800 Mb
Director Damien O'DONNELL
Cast/Avec Om Puri, Linda Bassett, Jordan Routledge, Archie Panjabi, Emil Marwa, Chris Bisson, Jimi Mistry, Raji James, Ian Aspinall, Lesley Nicol, Emma Rydal, Ruth Jones …
George has been married to an English woman named Ella for 25 years, and has seven children with her. The trouble begins when Nazir, their first-born son (who it later becomes clear, is gay), bails out of marrying the Pakistani girl his father has chosen for him at the last minute, leading to a bitter estrangement. Then the youngest son Sajid is discovered to be uncircumcised: the boy is horrified at his father's plans to have the ceremonial surgery carried out, and tries to resist, but in vain. Meanwhile, marriage is still on George's mind, and he accepts an introduction to Mr. Shah, who is looking for good Pakistani bridegrooms for his two ridiculously ugly daughters. Despite having seen the daughters' photographs, George promises Mr. Shah that his second and third sons, Tariq and Abdul, will marry them. Sajid overhears George's plans and they are revealed when getting pressured by Meenah, Tariq and Saleem. The movie reflects the migration of South Asians into Britain in the 1970s and the social segregation that it caused between white and ethnic communities.
1971. George Khan est propriétaire d'un Fish and Chips. Fier de ses racines, il souhaite élever ses enfants dans le plus strict respect des traditions et de la religion musulmane. Mais ceux-ci n'aspirent qu'à devenir des anglais de leur temps : branchés, cools et sexys…
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