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(out of 5)


 successfully runs a call centre that sells catalog products of a jingoistically patriotic nature. When his boss tells him that the company is saving money by axing the entire staff and setting up in Mumbai, Hamilton is given a choice: leave his job and stock options behind, or follow the company to India where he will supervise the setting up of the new centre. His job is to get sale volumes up while teaching the employees how to convince their patriotic customers that they are talking to Americans on the phone. He arrives in a country that is completely opposite to his own, unable to adapt his strict American perspective to the seductive nature of the East until a delightful call centre employee () seduces him with her brainy skills and gorgeous smile. This film has a big heart and a smart perspective on international relations; it manages to capture corporate American greed, cultural intolerance and the difficult nature of love and evenly wrap it up in a comfortable bow. Performances are all wonderful, particularly Dharker.


USA, 2006

Directed by

Screenplay by , John Jeffcoat

Cinematography by

Produced by

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by ,

Film Editing by 

Film Festivals:  TIFF 2006


Cast Tags:  , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,


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