Rahul (Khanna), a rich South Asian Canadian dot-com entrepreneur, is pressured by his mother (Chatterjee) and grandmother to find a nice Hindu girl to accompany him to his sister’s (Malik’s) elaborate wedding ceremony. To accommodate he hires Sue (Ray), a beautiful escort girl, to pretend to be his fiancée.
The Oka Crisis in July of 1990 was a critical moment in Canadian history and a turning point for Indigenous affairs. That summer, the small Quebec community was thrust into the international spotlight when members of the Mohawk Nation blocked access to reserve lands which the predominantly white community of Oka wanted to develop into a golf course.
KANEHSATAKE: 270 YEARS OF RESISTANCE
In a small Nova Scotia town in 1976, 15-year-old Kit (Authors) and his girlfriend Alice (Stone) decide to shake up their go-nowhere existence by hitchhiking to the big city of Sydney, to visit Kit’s glamorous but unstable mother (Parker). It becomes a journey of self discovery that opens them up to new possibilities for their futures.