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A touch of movie magic!
- Hollywood Reporter
A true romantic comedy, closely following the formula of the Cary Grant/Rock Hudson/Doris Day movies of the late 50s and early 60s, Touch Of Pink relies more on witty dialogue and an underlying current of irony than on plot twists.
- Susan Walker, Toronto Star
- New York Post


Alim (Jimi Mistry) is so caught up in the romance, style and dreams of old Hollywood that he thinks he's living with the spirit of Cary Grant (Kyle MacLachlan). A young, Ismaili Canadian based in London, Alim lives with a handsome, charming intelligent English boyfriend, Giles (Kristen Holden-Ried), who is completely unaware of his lover's fantasy life. Alim and Giles are happy together, despite Cary's presence, until Alim's mother Nuru (Suleka Mathew) shows up for a visit. Totally unaware that her son is gay, let alone that he is living with Giles, Nuru has come to London to find Alim a proper Ismaili-Muslim girlfriend and to convince him to come home to Canada. With his mother in the picture, Alim's different worlds quickly begin to collide, and he has to choose between his fantasy life with Cary and the earthlier pleasures of real life. Touch of Pink combines a contemporary clash of cultures, values and sexuality, with the pleasures of an old fashioned romantic comedy.

Date de sortie

Vendredi 10 septembre, 2004
Langue originale: Anglais
Genre: Comédie
Durée: 91 min.
Année: 2004


Jimi Mistry
Kyle MacLachlan
Un film de
Ian Iqbal Rashid