A comic clash of cultures, values, and sexuality, Ian Iqbal Rashid’s Touch of Pink cleverly borrows from several cinematic traditions to concoct this romantic romp. Alim is an Ismaili Canadian who lives in London, thousands of miles from his family, for one very good reason—he has a boyfriend.
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A light fare that undermines the important issues it attempts to tackle. It also resolves things too neatly. I wish someone made a movie that would deal with religion and homosexuality in a way that leads to dialogue and resolution. Its just a fantasy with already liberal Ismaili Muslims(that drink which is a no-no for Muslims)showing acceptance something that they might have inadvertently accepted long time back.