Two South Asian men on a subway share their nostalgia, loneliness, hopes and despair about life in America.

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Vivek
Hesh Sarmalkar ...
Raj
Ranjana Bhargava ...
Opening narrator (voice)
Elizabeth June ...
Woman Singing
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Invisible Man
Mike Ladd Yazeed ...
Man on Corner
Ditte Hofman ...
Fight on Street
Heidi Holland ...
Fight on Street
Chris Paige ...
Fight on Street
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Fight on Street
Mona Bernard ...
Woman Eating Fries
Hollie Hunt ...
Couple on Train
Ernest Perry ...
Couple on Train
Deanne Foote ...
Business Woman
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Man Reading
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Two Indian men strike up a conversation on the subway headed toward Coney Island - Vivek is US born but went to India as a youth and has distinct memories which leave him with longing; Raj is in the US only two weeks, has no family in New York, and needs work. Both are lonely in their own way. Can this chance encounter lead anywhere? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Short | Drama

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1.85 : 1
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It made me think about many I know who are like Raj or Vivek
4 April 2006 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

My high rating simply come down to this. I would like to know what happened to these guys 5 years later, 10 years later and when they are 65. This is what is important to me. Does movie make you think? Do you think about it when you run into situation that are similar to this. This movie made me think. I know of several people who are like Vivek or Raj. For a short movie, it also covered lot of ground and film felt like a full feature film. Use of the invisible man idea, to get the two characters to start their conversation was indeed interesting. Director does a good job with memory sequences. The faded and antiquated look makes them more real. DThe director also worked hard to connect the dream sequences with what was on the mind of the character. all in all an excellent piece of work.


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