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10 May 2006 (France) See more »
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A night in the life of a former Pakistani rock star who now sells coffee from his push cart on the streets of Manhattan. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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8 wins & 7 nominations See more »
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Haunting, Sensual Mood Piece See more (30 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Ahmad Razvi ... Ahmad

Leticia Dolera ... Noemi

Charles Daniel Sandoval ... Mohammad

Ali Reza ... Manish
Farooq 'Duke' Muhammad ... Duke
Panicker Upendran ... Noori (as Upendran K. Panicker)
Arun Lal ... Father-in-Law
Razia Mujahid ... Mother-in-Law
Hassan Razvi ... Ahmad's son
Mustafa Razvi ... Pakistani Driver
Altaf Houssein ... Altaf

Bill Lewis ... Final Customer
Abdelrahma Abdelaziz ... Friend at Bar
Ronak Ricky Patel ... Newstand Worker

Shaana Diya ... Club Worker
Bhavna Toor ... Ahmad's Wife
Adrian Quezada ... Ahmad's Baby
Atif Muhammad Mirza ... Atif the Stab Victim

Rao Rampilla ... Veterinarian (as R.N. Rao)
Issam Abdelkader ... Push Cart Garage Owner
Qamar Bukhari ... Guy in Karaoke

Asim Mujahid ... Guy in Karaoke

Mousa Kraish ... Guy in Karaoke
Mariam Sologashvili ... Customer

Thomas Russo ... Customer

Marc Bonnée ... Customer (as Marcus Bonnée)
Paul Ross ... Customer
Darryl Meadows ... Customer

Linda K. Alexis ... Customer
Damita Spencer ... Customer
Katherine Boyle ... Customer
David Boyle ... Customer
Edward Harper ... Customer
Ana Brzova ... Girl Outside Club
Katharyn Yew ... Karaoke Waitress
Cynthia Martín ... Girl in Limo
Sybil Prince ... Girl in Limo
Nicholas Elliott ... Falafel Customer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Bandar Albuliwi ... Street Pedestrian
Afroz Hafeez ... Customer
Jesus A. Del Rosario Jr. ... P.O. Bentley (uncredited)

Kal Parekh ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Directed by
Ramin Bahrani 
 
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Ramin Bahrani 

Produced by
Ramin Bahrani .... producer
Brian Bell .... co-producer
Bedford T. Bentley .... producer (as Bradford T. Bentley III)
Scott Booth .... executive producer
Tom Donahue .... co-producer
Pradip Ghosh .... producer
Anura Idupuganti .... co-producer
Vinay Jayaram .... executive producer
Sanjay Motwani .... executive producer
Lisa Muskat .... executive producer
Steve Sabba .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Peyman Yazdanian 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Simmonds (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Ramin Bahrani 
 
Art Direction by
Charles Dafler 
 
Costume Design by
Elena Kouvaros 
 
Production Management
Nicholas Frayn .... production manager
John Freund .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nicholas Elliott .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Greg Bittar .... sound assistant
David Crabb .... additional foley editor
Tom Efinger .... sound re-recording mixer
Tom Efinger .... sound supervisor
Christof Gebert .... production sound mixer
Christof Gebert .... sound mixer
John Moros .... assistant sound editor
Abigail Savage .... sound designer
Nicholas Schenck .... adr editor
Brian Vancho .... foley artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jon Higgins .... still photographer
Mark Koenig .... key gaffer
Katharina Rohrer .... assistant camera (as Kat Rohrer)
Katharina Rohrer .... assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Kimberly Hope .... casting associate (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Ed Beyer .... film timer
Christina Kelly .... assistant editor
Mike Maguire .... color corrector: high definition
John Rehberger .... on-line editor: high definition
Benjamin Stark .... assistant editor
Jane Tolmachyov .... color timer
John Wu .... first assistant editor
 
Music Department
Dual .... composer: additional original music
Sandra Trujillo .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Hooman Bahrani .... manager: Noruz Films
David Frisco .... title designer
Aden Hakimi .... production assistant
Jesse Lehrhoff .... production assistant
Matt Luxenberg .... account executive: DuArt
Joe Monge .... vice president of video operations: DuArt
Sybil Prince .... intern
Himkar Tak .... intern
 
Thanks
Aravind Adiga .... special thanks
Bahareh Azimi .... special thanks
Patrick Haischer .... thanks
 

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12 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Haunting, Sensual Mood Piece, 2 November 2007
Author: Cheetah-6 from Maui

Moving with a slow even rhythm, this film portrays a man's struggle to get by as an immigrant to the U.S. from Pakistan. His life centers on his work as a street vendor who must pull his cart to a New York city street corner every morning and sell coffee and such to the busy urban customers. The cart, like his troubles in life are quite allot for him to keep under control as he makes his way through the crowded NYC landscape. What makes the film work so well is the overall atmosphere and style in which it was shot. Ahmad is a reticent soul and much is expressed in his eyes and demeanor, his world is urban and dark, the vast majority of this film is at night and Ahmad seems to be living in a nighttime existence. There's a feeling of confinement and being trapped as well. Even when Ahmed loses his cart it seems there is no place to go to look for it. The relationship that develops with a woman that he meets who also works as a street vendor is tentative and cautionary in its process but also intriguing and sensual. The film is non manipulative and non judgmental, it's an outsider's gaze into one man's lonely isolated existence far from his past and former self.

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