Pakistan-born comedian Kumail Nanjiani and grad student Emily Gardner fall in love but struggle as their cultures clash. When Emily contracts a mysterious illness, Kumail finds himself forced to face her feisty parents, his family's expectations, and his true feelings.
1998, Nalchik. A Jewish family is in trouble: the youngest son and his bride do not come home, and in the morning, a ransom note arrives. The ransom is so high that the family is forced not... See full summary »
Sofia Coppola suggested her frequent collaborator Kirsten Dunst lose weight for her part. Dunst refused, citing her disdain for workouts and having already been through an intense diet for her previous film Woodshock (2017). See more »
During the first dining scene three out of four students hold their fork with their right hand. It is highly unlikable they would have not been taught that proper table manners demand you hold your fork with your left hand as it is done by the two adult teachers. See more »
First, two dimensional performances by everyone. 2. No sexual tension between Kidman and Farrell 3.No suppressed sexuality in the younger cast members which the earlier film was notable for 4. Photography consists of oaks, with dripping moss, mist and slanting sun or moonlight, again and again
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