In India, Tilo has the ability of foreseeing the future. When their parents are killed by bandits, she is kidnapped but escapes and is raised by the First Mother in a sort of traditional ... See full summary »
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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
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In India, Tilo has the ability of foreseeing the future. When their parents are killed by bandits, she is kidnapped but escapes and is raised by the First Mother in a sort of traditional cult of spices. She becomes the Mistress of Spices and is sent to the Spice Bazaar in San Francisco, with the mission of following three basic rules: help her clients to accomplish their desires with the spices, but never hers; never leave the store; and never be touched in the skin. When she meets the handsome American architect Doug, she feels a great attraction and desire for him, breaking the first rule and being punished by the spices. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This was a very strange movie, not a role suited to Aishwarya. To be honest, it was a let down after 'Bride and Prejudice'. I like the fact that they didn't overdo her hair and make-up and her outfits were plain.
The story was a bit weird and the plot almost non-existent but, non the less, it was an interesting take on the magic genre.
If you're an Aishwarya Rai fan then I would suggest that you watch the movie and make up your own mind. If you are not familiar with Indian culture then the movie can provide you with a slightly negative view but try to bear in mind that it was made from a slight 'tongue-in-cheek' perspective.
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