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Dr. Kris Sharma is a psychiatrist from India practicing in Savannah, Georgia when he meets Madeline, a local artist with a mysterious past. But as their relationship begins to blossom in America, Kris is summoned home to marry the woman chosen by his parents. But as he begins to make decisions about his future, he discovers centuries old secrets that may seal the fate of his destiny. Written by
Director James Kicklighter was first informed about the film by production manager Ryan Watterson after the original director of 'Desires of the Heart' had to drop out for medical reasons. After a series of bi-coastal phone conversations in Los Angeles, James flew to Savannah for several days of meetings with producer/executive producer Solila Parida, during which she hired him for the job. See more »
Tradition meets Western Desire for a mystical journey into the past
I saw this movie at the Central Florida Film Festival. I give it thumbs up for a modern twist on the old problem of parents from India pre-arranging their children's marriages even when they study many years in the US. Mysticism mixes well with cultural tradition and the story mixing and filed in two continents spans back generations to reveal karma. There are great views of Savannah as well as various areas in India. The heart is pulled in directions to please the parents, as well as your own heart And to do what feel right Makes you wonder of your own existence as well as the possibility of past lives. Enjoyable and appropriate for all ages.
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