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I saw this movie a few years ago and liked it; hey what gay woman wouldn't like watching Lisa Ray kissing another beautiful woman. Listening to this book I now understand the movie a little better than I did at the time. Leyla is Indian and though her parents, her mother in particular, aren't enthusiastic about their daughter being gay they are much less over the top than Tala's Jordanian family in their opposition to this relationship. Tala's chain smoking mother comes across as almost a comic book, nighttime soap opera (like our mothers used to watch) villain. While her sister is one of those snarky, dime dropping, back stabbing, doing it for your own good little sneak, and a hypocrite as well; her husband Kareem is a good match for her, neither of them exhibit any integrity in the movie. This book is the story of Tala struggling to find the courage to be herself and choosing love over family pressures to follow the conventional path.
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
i watched this movie years ago, and i just realize the audible book is available, it was such a great surprise for me.
Who was your favorite character and why?
actually, i like all of them. but Leyla is my favorite cause Leyla is the first one to come out, lol
Which scene was your favorite?
the scene that the girls come back from oxford and meet tala's mom the first time. it was kind of tense
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Any additional comments?
thank you Shamim Sarif, i really enjoy this movie and the audible book. please continue to write more for your fans :D
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