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(picture isn`t mine - it is taken from the link down below)
This is a British comedy-drama film, which is a sequel to the 1999 comedy East Is East. At the UK premiere (february 20119 Ayub Khan-Din confirmed that a third film about the British Pakistani Salford family is being planned.
Both films are based on the writer`s (Ayub Khan-Din) own life as a young man in Salford in the 1970s, with Sajid (the youngest son of George Khan in the movie) being his alter ego. The script was loosely based on a draft of a screenplay about his life in Pakistan as a 13-year-old and shows the problems that Pakistanis face in England - in a not too serious way:
the father, expects his family to follow Pakistani ways, but his children, who were born and grew up in Britain, increasingly see themselves as British and therefore reject Pakistani customs of dress, food, religion, and living in general, leading to a rise in tensions and conflicts in the whole family.
We had to watch the first one in our English class at school because one of the main topics we learned about last year was "Indian and Pakistani communities in England" and I have to say that I loved it and thought it was worth watching...The second one just released in Germany yesterday so I am gonna watch this as well...
Have you watched them or would you do so?