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Then there is the North South divide-North Indians have many snide jokes about South Indians, from the color of their skin, to their accents, and vice versa. The obsession with status quo, goes from Indian parents working towards the tag of an Ivy league school labeled to their kids resume, to often seeing some of my acquaintances talking in terms of-oh do you know so and so? He is a millionaire whose daughter went to Wharton. Nothing about someone being a nice guy-it all boils down to money and labels. A close friend S built this beautiful house and her neighbor M next door soon had her nose out of joint because M’s husband happened to mention that S’s bathroom had better tiles. So there we were my friend Anita and I standing there, our heads moving from side to side as if we were at Wimbledon while M and S exchanged volleys when M went through the entire list of brand names that she had used to build and furnish her house and asked S what brand names she had used. If it wasn’t so pathetic, it would have been funny.
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This is an entertaining movie worth seeing, at times funny, at timesmoving, but one that fails, frustratingly, to exploit its potential.
Nic and Jules are a lesbian couple, each with a teenage child fatheredby the same anonymous sperm donor, Paul. Their children decide tocontact their father and he enters, rather awkwardly, in to thefamily's lives. Nic and Jules' relationship is loving but passionless -they resort to watching gay porn in bed but even this fails to producea spark - and before long, Jules and Paul become energetic lovers whomeet repeatedly to pursue their affair. Paul, who has never settledinto a relationship, finds that he has fallen in love with Jules. Healso discovers that the children he fathered so anonymously now meaneverything to him. He wants to find a way to continue the relationshipwith his 'kids' and Jules. But, despite the positives he has brought tothem, ultimately he is rejected by them all. Nic, Jules and the kidsresume their previous lives while Paul is left out in the cold.
The dramatic situation created by Paul's arrival, his affair with Julesand its effects on Nic and the 'kids' is potentially very interestingand worth exploring. Unfortunately, the theme is treated at besthalf-seriously, as if Hollywood can't cope with this topic withoutmaking it into a comedy. The inclusion of several explicit sex scenesis also a distraction which adds nothing to the story. Mostdisappointing of all is the ending; this seemed a cop-out. Jules isclearly bi-sexual but she suddenly claims that she is all-lesbian; Nicseems barely troubled by Jules's startling lapse; the 'kids' are overlykeen to reject Paul; and all this appears to be designed to produce anold-fashioned 'happy ending' in which the lesbian couple and theirchildren return to everyday life as if nothing had happened (what?!) -except Paul, that is, who is told to 'go and find your own family'.Are, then, the 'kids' 'all right'? On the contrary, their parents'antics appear to have left them in a dreadful mess. Maybe we aresupposed to take the title ironically.
On the plus side, the acting is generally good, although Mark Ruffalodoes too much mumbling and Julianne Moore tends to over-act. Theoutstanding performance for me was from Mia Wasikowska as the daughter,Joni.
But this would have been a far better, more memorable andthought-provoking movie if it had followed through more courageously.I'm sure Jimmy McGovern would have done it a whole lot better!