A Prisoner of Normalcy Finds Ways to Escape
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Like kids, Hollywood doesn't always treat fathers with respect. Father's Day is an occasion to be endured, not celebrated. Adapted from Monica Ali 's best-selling novel about immigrant life in London , it features Tannishtha Chatterjee as Nazneen, a village girl who is given in marriage to an older man she has never met in a country to which she has never been. Cut to a decade later.
Tannishtha Chaterjee is a supple screen presence with a reticent smile and big, pining eyes. Forced into an arranged marriage at 17 with an expat Bangladeshi, Nazneen finds herself drifting like a ghost through the days, tending selflessly to the needs of two daughters and her babbling bureaucrat mate, Chanu the excellent Satish Kaushik, who vivifies the thankless role of the corpulent husband who snores into dreamland right after sex. In the interest of keeping things moving, Morgan and Jones iron the atmosphere and spontaneity out of almost every event; this is the sort of film in which a character looks longingly at a store-window sewing machine in one scene, then has one miraculously drop in her lap in the following scene. One finds oneself grateful for the stray detail that is allowed through the gate: the roving Londoner who snaps a photograph of the sari-draped Nazneen on the fly, like a hothouse flower in the pavement, or the effigy of President Bush that goes up in smoke atop a neighborhood bonfire. Colorado Blvd.
For over 20 years Brick Lane has been the scene of conflict between local Asian residents and neo-fascist groups, although in recent times far-right extremists have made only sporadic attempts to recruit disenchanted white youth in the area. Even so, within minutes of the blast residents were convinced it was the work of a far-right group, possibly Combat Brick Lane and its surrounding streets house some of the poorest people in Britain, yet within a few hundred yards to the west lies the City of London - the richest area of the UK. The narrow lane is lined with cheap ethnic restaurants, clothing stores selling saris and fake designer jackets, warehouses and sweatshops which evoke the street life of the Asian subcontinent.