Cosmo (Reese Scholtz), a South African pianist falls in love with Sakeena (Reena Anjali), a British Muslim ballerina, who is being forced into an arranged marriage by her abusive radicalized Uncle Jehandar (Umit Ulgen).
Cosmo, a South African pianist falls in love with Sakeena, a British Muslim ballerina, who is being forced into an arranged marriage by her abusive radicalised Uncle. Through their struggle, Cosmo tries to show that the power of love, is far more important than the love for power.Written by
I loved the picture of the film. Scenes were great and well shoot. It looked really like a blockbuster movie.
I've found screenplay very cheesy; it sometimes sounded more theatrical than anything. Some lines were so surreal/fake that I felt like I should have stopped watching as do something better. I know, I may sound harsh, but I started watching this movie with high expectations, silly me! The screenplay was simply not good enough.
Acting was also a bit of disappointment, too. The 2 main actors were just OK, again, too theatrical at times. Some other actors (i.e. gangsters, flatmates..) were not really up to standard and seemed quite amateur.
I gave 3 stars out of 10 for the quality of images and scenes, which were really good, and the cause the movie is trying to promote, great effort there; if it was not for that, I would have given a 1.
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