|Writers||Simon Beaufoy (written by)
|Cast||Archie Panjabi Renu Setna Steve Jackson Syed Ahmed Shahid Ahmed Badi Uzzaman Amar Hussain Joanna Booth Emma Ashton Rae Kelly Hill Tammy Barker Suraj Dass Miriam Ali Mary Wray Joyce Kennedy David Crellin Clare Kerrigan Gary Lewis Angela Forrest Connor McIntyre|
|Plot||In England, the Pakistanis Yasmin lives two lives in two different worlds: in her community, she wears Muslin clothes, cooks for her father and brother and has the traditional behavior of a Muslin woman. Further, she has a non-consumed marriage with the illegal immigrant Faysal to facilitate the British stamp in his passport, and then divorce him. In her job, she changes her clothes and wears like a Westerner, is considered a standard employee and has a good Caucasian friend who likes her. After the September, 11th, the prejudice in her job and the treatment of common people makes her take side and change her life.... see Yasmin on IMDb|
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|Great Britain released, PAL/Region 0 DVD:it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ),ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN (1.78:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Anamorphic Widescreen, Cast/Crew Interview(s), Interactive Menu, Photo Gallery, Scene Access,SYNOPSIS: Yasmin resents her arranged marriage and takes off her wedding ring every day at work, as well as changing into Western clothes. After the 11th September attack on the US Trade Center, Yasmin finds that work colleagues are prejudiced against her and finds herself becoming uncomfortable both at home and at work. Anti-terrorist police raid her and her family's homes and arrest her husband because of phone calls he made to Pakistan to a teacher cousin who works in a school partly-funded by a separatist movement. Knowing her husband is innocent of any terrorist links she holds back on divorcing him as she intended and tries her best to get him released. Meanwhile, resentful of his treatment by the police and stirred up by a visiting extremist her drug-dealing younger brother goes off to fight for the Palestinians. Yasmin and her father are reconciled as he is left bemused and alone by his son's leaving and what has happened.|
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