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Shots, chugging, stupid human tricks—bonding and hallowed ritual to some, hazing to others—left him too drunk to finish the initiation, and around P. a teammate escorted him back to the second floor of Braun.
He would later describe that night as the drunkest he's ever been, and a neighbor from down the hall would describe his level of intoxication as a "shitshow." He was "slurring his words, stumbling over the others when he got up." kind of drunk.
But it's the older performers who give real soul to the film.
Shamshad Akhtar and Ahmad Riaz, who play Casim's mother and father, are both outstanding.
The small liberal-arts school in the Eagle Rock section of Los Angeles was just beginning its fall term, and after an unseasonably warm day that ran well into the 90s, the campus settled into one of those clear 70-degree nights that people plan their retirements around.
In the southeastern corner of campus, under the red tile roof of Braun Hall, the hours ahead offered nothing but possibility.
Loach and Laverty are unbowed, though: many scenes in Ae Fond Kiss make liberal use of Urdu, though this in no way makes them hard to understand. The authenticity that he taps into, or rather fashions, is the result of his decision to eschew star actors in favour of newcomers and non-professionals.
Working with Scottish Pakistani performers was a particular challenge, he says, not because they had grown up on the melodramatic acting techniques of Bollywood cinema rather than the naturalism he prefers, but because "they think it's a hoax, or that you're taking the piss when you say you want to make a film about them.
♀ ♂____________On September 7, 2013, two freshmen were gearing up for their third Saturday night at Occidental College.
How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?
Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.
The only thing I want is to be true to the source material and the real people in the story." Laverty is even brisker.
"The world of an Asian in Glasgow is miles apart from an Asian living in Bradford.