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A 2008 romance film adapted from a same name novel about a London-based Jordanian of Palestinian descent, Tala, who is preparing for an elaborate wedding. A turn of events causes her to have an affair and subsequently fall in love with another woman, Leyla, a British Indian. Written by
I can't think straight is an exciting comedy, telling the story of two girls in love. The movie is in each part unexpected and surprising. There are a lot of twists that leave the spectator astonished. The history of love telling about the 2 protagonists is romantic, sexy, and heart-warming, Is also very compelling and put the spectator in the shoes of the protagonist let him hope in an happy end. Lisa Ray is playing the part of the predator ( the opposite of the world Unseen) and I have to say that her interpretation is fantastic, and that the part she plays suit to her perfectly. Curious is the personal relationship between Tala and her parents, the mother plays the role of hypocrisy and selfishness thinking what is better for the image of the family whereas the father is more focused on daughter. The Role of Leyla is really curious too, Sheetal Sheth is perfectly representing her character. I suggest absolutely to see this film for have a relaxing and exciting break from the ordinary life.
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