Learning to Drive Official Trailer #1 (2015) – Ben Kingsley, Patricia Clarkson Romantic Comedy HD



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Learning to Drive Official Trailer #1 (2015) – Ben Kingsley, Patricia Clarkson Romantic Comedy HD

As her marriage dissolves, a Manhattan writer takes driving lessons from a Sikh instructor with marriage troubles of his own. In each other’s company they find the courage to get back on the road and the strength to take the wheel.

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  1. Lily D

    Interesting concept – to see one's body as a car … Are you in danger of having your license revoked? … The turban – a sign of .. modesty, humility, before God?  But Sikhs seem to wear it as a symbol of royalty – the idea that every man is as a king, and should not regard himself as subservient to another …but capable of "self rule" … I guess the Stetson that Texan cowboys wear are about that as well… though they tip their hats when a lady is present ….The Jews, wear a yarmulke – as a symbol of humility before God – and it covers a certain part of their head.  And so, if a Sikh ties a handkerchief about his head, but does not cover the part of his head that a yarmulke covers, then it is as if he is not covering his head…. It says in the Bible (kjv) that a man, who is a Christian should not cover his head, for Christ is the head of the Church.  See, 1 Cor 11:7, kjv…I guess that is why the Pope wears that "funny hat" – which seems to consist of two half-ellipses taped together, so that the center of his head remains uncovered.  But why do the Bishops of Rome wear yarmulkes? … When a couple, a man and a woman marry, they become one flesh.  And so perhaps the Bishops wear yarmulkes to say that they are "married to congregations", and are therefore, women – in a sense… Not sure about this…. I remember the Press making fun of Pres. Bill Clinton when he was addressing a Jewish assembly for wearing his yarmulke on the centre of his head, as opposed towards the back of his head – I guess he was attempting to please both Jews (by putting on a yarmulke) and Christians (by not covering his head), but really, succeeding at offending both.  "Yes, I smoked marijuana, but I didn't inhale".  He took Carville's strategy of "triangulation" to extremes, I think… A person needs "good code"… How like, traffic regulations?

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  2. Nav Dulai

    To all the ignorant people in the comments- just because it's not a Bollywood movie, does NOT mean Indian people can't be in it

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  3. Nav Dulai

    To all the ignorant people in the comments- just because it's not a Bollywood movie, does NOT mean Indian people can't be in it

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  4. mexicanexalted1

    I'm sure Sarita Choudhury is going to be great in this movie. But she is 23 years younger than Ben Kingsley. Given Patricia Clarkson's husband leaving her for a younger woman in the movie, wouldn't an actress closer to Ben Kingsley's age be more appropriate for this movie?

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  5. badmiyagi .s

    Christ's Soldier, yes India is fraught with a multitude of very different accents in different parts of the subcontinent. It's quite complicated and in fact the stand up Russell Peters touches on the fact with some of his own perceptions that can be very funny, if you want him to be.Interestingly he talks about some Americans and Canadians urging him to speak 'Indian' and he points out that there is no such thing. There are hundreds of languages and dialects spoken around the country, so he does some imitations.

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  6. MarvelGirl100

    I am going tomorrow night. I will say that Films are getting better and are ENGAGING. Yes, nobody wants to think so I am glad that INDIE FILMS are still under radar. Heaven forbid, we as a society should want to think. By the Way, MISTRESS AMERICA IS ANOTHER FILM TO LOOK AT. ALL THE BEST.

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  7. Link bak

    You Urine drinkers try to degrade Sikhs in the Hollywood media too. Did you forget your place in history? You used beg Sikh warriors to rescue your sisters being sold as prostitutes in Afghanistan by Mugals and from forced Islamic conversion?? Even the British used to sell Hindus as Slaves in Fiji. Not to mention 80% of lives lost for India to British were of Sikhs while they made 2% of the population and Hindus made 90%. You Ungrateful Hindu SLUMDOG pigs.

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  8. K Rich

    Everybody is suggesting they get this Indian actor to play this role or that Indian man, but we do realize what acting is all about do we not? It's a person PORTRAYING a character….so does it not seem irellevant who plays the role as long as they are in character? The answer is, yes, absolutely.

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  9. Quisquellano26

    I wonder if there will be the same outcry as when Annie was Black or when The Torch was Black in The Fantastic 4?? Naah, White privilege means that you can play ANY ethnic group you want (even an east Asian twice, including Gandhi himself) and no one will bat an eye. Just put on some bronzer and a fake accent and voila! Your European ancestry is invisible and you can Rachael Dolezal your way into any situation.. But don't you dare be ethnic and try to play a White character.

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