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Mississippi Masala

Year of release: 1991

Directed by: Mira Nair

The film centres on an Indian family whose migratory trajectory takes them from Uganda – from where they are expelled under General Idi Amin’s campaign to reclaim Africa for black Africans in 1972 --  via Great Britain to America, where they settle in a small town in Mississippi. Through the theme of inter-racial romance between Mina, the only daughter of Jay and Kinnu Loha, and the African American Demetrius, the film explores the race relations between the South Asian and the Black diaspora in the US.

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Filed under: Inter-ethnic romance | Secrets

Monsieur Ibrahim / Monsieur Ibrahim et les fleurs du Coran

Year of release: 2003

Directed by: François Duperon

The story of a friendship between the Jewish boy Momo, whose mother died and whose father is not interested in taking care of him, and Monsieur Ibrahim, the Turkish owner of a store in a poor and multi-ethnic neighbourhood in Paris.

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Filed under: Coming of age | Journey | Religion

Monsoon Wedding

Year of release: 2001

Directed by: Mira Nair

The film charts preparations for a traditional Punjabi wedding between Aditi, the daughter of the wealthy Indian textile trader, Lalit Verma, and Hemant, a handsome computer engineer of Indian descent, based in Houston, Texas. When the groom arrives for the engagement and subsequent wedding festivities, Aditi is still in love with her ex-boss, the sleazy talk-show host of ‘'. 

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Filed under: Secrets | South Asian diaspora | Wedding / Marriage

My Beautiful Laundrette

Year of release: 1985

Directed by: Stephen Frears

Omar, a young, unemployed British-Pakistani, cares for his ailing, alcoholic, socialist father in a decaying South London ground-floor flat overlooking a crumbling rail track. His father (known as Papa to everyone in the family) urges him to go to college, but in the meantime gets him a job washing cars in his Uncle Nasser's garage. Half jokingly, Papa also asks Nasser to find him a girlfriend.

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Filed under: Asian British | Inter-ethnic romance | Queer diaspora | South Asian diaspora

My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Year of release: 2002

Directed by: Joel Zwick

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Toula and Ian's wedding in My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Toula Portokalos, the daughter of a Greek restaurant owner in Chicago turns from an ugly duckling into a swan when she falls in love with Ian Miller, a WASP high school teacher. Inter-ethnic romance is depicted as a transformative and mutually enriching experience. The couple overcome their parents' initial reservations and Ian is welcomed into the family circle of the large Portokalos family after he has converted to Greek Orthodox faith. Toula's and Ian's romance culminates in a lavish Greek wedding. As a wedding present Toula's father gives the young couple a house, right next to his, where the happy couple start a family and continue the Greek family tradition. 

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Filed under: Ethnic food | Fathers | Inter-ethnic romance | Mothers | Wedding / Marriage

My Brother the Devil

Year of release: --

Directed by: Sally El Hosaini

Set on a Hackney housing estate in East London, Sally El Hosaini's debut feature tells the story of two brothers, Rashid and Mo, whose parents migrated from Egypt to the UK. Rashid is involved in drug-dealing and deeply embroiled in gang culture. When his younger brother follows in his footsteps, he is severely wounded but ultimately survives. It also transpires that Rashid is gay and Mo finds it hard to come to terms with since he worships his older brother, whose sexual orientation seems to be incompatible with the idealised masculinity Rash seems to represent. 



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Filed under: Crime | Secrets

My Father, the Guest Worker / Mein Vater, der Gastarbeiter

Year of release: 1995

Directed by: Yüksel Yavuz

The film chronicles the memories of Yüksel Yavuz's father, who migrated to Germany in 1968, where he worked in a fish factory and ship building wharf.

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Filed under: Documentary | Family memories | Fathers | Sons | Turkish German

My Mother / Anam

Year of release: 2001

Directed by: Buket Alakus

Anam is a 40-year-old traditional Turkish wife and mother who lives with her family in Germany where she works as a cleaning lady. 

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Filed under: Mothers | Turkish German

My Son the Fanatic

Year of release: 1997

Directed by: Udayan Prasat

Based on a short story and screenplay by Hanif Kureishi, the film explores the culture clash between Western secular culture and Islamic fundamentalism, situating the conflict at the heart of the diasporic family.

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Filed under: Asian British | Fathers | Religion | Sons

Nina’s Heavenly Delights

Year of release: 2006

Directed by: Pratibha Parmar

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Described by Pratbha Parmar as a film about the family, food and love, this ethnic romantic comedy tells the story of Nina Shah, a young Scottish Asian woman, who falls in love with the white Scottish Lisa while preparing to enter into a televised cooking competition.

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Filed under: Asian British | Daughters | Ethnic food | Inter-ethnic romance | Queer diaspora | Secrets

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