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After a bidding war that went into Saturday night, the film sold to Amazon Studios for million, making it one of the biggest deals in Sundance history.
The film, albeit in that fictionalized Hollywood way, chronicles the beginnings of Nanjiani and Gordon’s real-life romance, which thanks to the couple’s (now-defunct) podcast and the fact that Nanjiani was mentored by producer Judd Apatow on the project, arrived in Park City with loud advance buzz.
Meanwhile Kumail’s Pakistani family steals every last dinner scene, his mother constantly inviting over eligible women to meet and hopefully marry her son.
When it comes to light that Kumail hasn’t told his parents about Emily because they would disown him, the couple has one of those deathly blowups that destroys their relationship. It’s then that Holly Hunter and Ray Romano enter as Emily’s parents, at first pissed at Kumail for breaking their daughter’s heart right before her body breaks, too, but then ultimately won over by his sincere devotion to her while she lay in a coma.
I allready posted my question yesterday, but in the section "submit feedback" because I didn't understand why this link wasn't working. It’s a Pakistani-American comedy, a coma comedy, a race relations comedy, and has a scene in which Holly Hunter gets into a bar fight.With a little something for everyone—especially for Holly Hunter fans—it’s no wonder that the film, directed by Michael Showalter (of Wet Hot American Summer fame and, lately, acclaim for helming Hello, My Name Is Doris and co-writing Search Party) and written by Silicon Valley's Kumail Nanjiani and his wife, Emily Gordon, is the 2017 Sundance Film Festival's first big hit.Days later, Emily is in a hospital bed in a medically induced coma, fighting off a mysterious disease and at risk of dying. Hunter is a spitfire here playing the wounded mom, angry at the injustice of the world and brittle at the thought of losing her daughter—baking soda emotions to her vinegar, steely personality that cause her every feeling to bubble out of her uncontrollably. Ray Romano is a revelation here, too, in the way that Ray Romano has been a revelation in essentially every acting gig he’s had since his CBS sitcom (Men of a Certain Age, Parenthood, Vinyl) ended.It’s when they arrive, too, that the film becomes about something entirely different.