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I'll Meet You There (2020)

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9/10: Beautiful and important. Iram Parveen...
Saturday, February 6, 2021

Beautiful and important. Iram Parveen Bilal tells an important and beautiful story. The film follows Majeed, a Muslim Chicago police officer, and his daughter Dua, an aspiring dancer who are well integrated in the American culture. Their world changes after the unexpected arrival of Majeed's more traditional father Baba and when Majeed is asked to go undercover at the mosque his father Baba is attending. There's so much in this indie movie: the Islamic culture, which has so many fascinating aspects, a universal story of how we all deal with family relationships and a touching parallel between dance and life. Rumi's quote melts your heart and makes you realize how, beyond our life experiences and backgrounds, we all are one.

10/10: Beautiful storyline and excellent direction...
Saturday, February 6, 2021

Beautiful storyline and excellent direction Just had a chance to watch Iram Parveen Bilal's latest production I'll Meet You There - Bismil.....What an awesome production and storyline. I am just speechless.....Iram outdid herself weaving the story between a father, daughter and grandfather so flawlessly while providing a fresh perspective on eastern and western culture. For someone who moved to States after spending their teenage years in Pakistan and have kids who were born in states can relate to so many moments in this movie. From the first scene to the last scene the movie kept me occupied and intrigued.....Kudos Iram, and all the actors, cast and folks behind the scene.....

10/10: Beautiful, touching and thought provoking...
Monday, February 15, 2021

Beautiful, touching and thought provoking I just had a chance to watch Iram Parveen Bilal's latest production- I'll Meet you There , and absolutely loved it! Iram tells a very important story through the relationships between a father, daughter and grandfather! The daughter-Dua, captured my heart and her acting was beautiful. I loved the relationship she develops with her grandfather and how torn she is between her western upbringing and her Islamic background. I was intrigued and engaged the whole time I was watching! Kudos to Iram on making an important and beautiful film!

4/10: not good, not bad The...
Saturday, February 13, 2021

not good, not bad The story being told could be told a lot better. This movie is about a strong very secular young girl being dragged into religion and looking for answers in a religous book. When living your whole life secular it seems a bit week that the quran should make a difference in such a short time due a visit from a relative. acting is mediocre, plot very thin and can she even dance? The movie should bring out a stronger passion for dancing than it does

10/10: A must see! Iram Parveen...
Monday, February 8, 2021

A must see! Iram Parveen Bilal's domestic drama set in a Pakistani immigrant community is a fast paced story that revolves around the conflict between faith, identity and sense of freedom. The director has a tight grip over this sensitive subject and gradually builds a smooth narration between the thin line of tradition and modern values. The performances are outstanding specially the protagonist Nikita Tewani (Dua Khawar) and the grandfather Qavi Khan (Baba).

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