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The Gold Bracelet (2006)

"The Gold Bracelet" set against the backdrop of the September 11th tragedy is a tragic but tender story of courage and compassion; as the events that unfold thereafter effect the lives of one family.

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Kavi Raz

Writer:

Kavi Raz (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Sonny Mandal ... Bobby Dhillon
Archana Puran Singh ... Baljit Singh
Angela Little ... Raina
Ari Barak Ari Barak ... Mirza Khan
Joseph Bertót ... Jose
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ben Anand Ben Anand ... Babz
Ezra Buzzington ... Murderer
Rajeev Chhibber ... Ajit
Gary Castro Churchwell ... Gang Leader
Yeena Fisher ... Dancer (as Yeena Lopez)
Ellen Geer ... Miss Hanson
Mehr Hassan ... Simrun Singh
A.J. Khan ... Dancer (as Anju McIntyre)
Nilesh Malhotra Nilesh Malhotra ... Guest Artist (as Nileish Malhotra)
Jeremy McCormick Jeremy McCormick ... Cop #2
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"The Gold Bracelet" set against the backdrop of the September 11th tragedy is a tragic but tender story of courage and compassion; as the events that unfold thereafter effect the lives of one family.

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Playboy model is nice addition
23 November 2006 | by mister8795See all my reviews

My girlfriend wanted to see this, but i didn't. She was right cause recognized a Playboy Playmate in the film. Anyway, the film was actually really good. It's movie you take a date to, but it's not really your typical date movie. I mean, it's pretty moving and also disturbing sometimes, but there's great looking cast (my girlfriend loved the college boy who was the boyfriend to the the lead actress) I loved all the women. There are so many people always talking about the terrorist attacks and the only real good films were the biggest ones. But this movie, is unique in that it focuses on what happened to one family and I think they represent a lot of us. I'm not Indian, but what happens to this family in the story can really happen and does happen to a lot of people even before 9/11. I saw CRASH. I know people say this is what CRASH should have done, but these are two different movies. Both approach the same subject. This is a true indie project with real life grit, but it looks like they spent at least a few million to make it. CRASH had big time stars in it. I don't know what's considered indie and what's played off to be one, but this movie is one for sure and I think they did a fantastic job. I'd like to know how people can be so ignorant about comparing Indians from Asia to terrorists from the middle-east. Everything about them is different - even the reasons why Indians wear turbans (and not all or most do) and why those in the middle-east wear them.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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