fantastic story line. George did fantastic for the whole movie until the little girl and her guardian angel parted ways (which didn't happen for long) and he ended up bursting into tears inconsolable (even when the girls "guardian angel" came back for her), but was able to come back later and enjoy the rest of the movie after a break with daddy (it's amazing how sweet and sensitive he is, and how much he understood from body language. The girl character was mute, and the whole movie was in Hindi, yet he knew everything about what was happening and what was going on. Another reason to carefully pick movies when going with kids). Emilie slept for half of the movie too but loved watching the scenery of India and Pakistan's mountains while awake. The whole culture of the movie was awesome too, seeing the differences and conflicts between both countries, the places which they lived, and cultures. This movie really made me question my own views of muslims too... Maybe they don't all want to kill those of other religions and maybe all muslim men don't suppress women if given the chance. I'm pretty sure though that their scriptures say if they kill a Christian they go to Heaven though... Anyway, even if they do see me as a target, I at least see them as fellow humane beings now.
Anyway, it was a fantastic feel-good movie, and even George wanted to see it again! Go watch the trailer and go see the awesome movie if you like (Be warned, you do need to cover your children eyes, and even your own, for certain scenes for violence. The main guy gets himself into a lot of tough spots). The dancing was awesome, the storyline fantastic, and you're thrown into a whole new cultural experience just being in the theatre with friendly folks from India. I give the movie two thumbs up! ... even though I still can't pronounce the name of the movie.
Update: My husband read my blog and let me know that some people might see my blog as "racist". Let you know, that was not my intention, and I'm sorry if it appears that way.